PRIM&R accepts advertisements from all institutions seeking to hire for positions in animal and human research ethics and related fields, such as research administration and ethics education; listing does not imply endorsement of the lister or of the qualifications stated for a position.
As our organization continues to grow, we are seeking motivated experts in Phase 1 healthy volunteer research to contribute their talents and expertise to our mission of safeguarding the rights and welfare of clinical research subjects. In addition to receiving compensation, gain the satisfaction of making an altruistic contribution to new drug and device research and be exposed to cutting edge developments in many therapeutic areas.
Act in collaboration with other Board members and be responsible to understand and apply relevant U.S. human research regulations to ensure the Organization effectively fulfills its obligation to protect human research subjects.
Remotely attend (via videoconference) assigned Board meetings (two to three Board meetings per month for 2-3 hours each). Phase I meetings are held on Tuesdays at 8:00 a.m. ET, Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. ET
Prepare for each Board meeting, reviewing all information distributed (typically 3-6 hours preparation for each Board meeting)
Review protocols and ICs to determine whether the research meets regulatory criteria for approval.
Participate in relevant discussion during Board meetings.
Vote on each item presented to the Board, providing justification as necessary.
Maintain confidentiality in the review of any Board and study-related material(s).
MD or DO required
Experienced Clinical Investigator or site management expertise in research conducted in Phase 1 healthy subjects.
IRB experience a plus
Knowledge of federal regulations, ethical principles, and clinical research.
Understanding of applicable U.S. regulations and guidance relevant to human subject protection
Strong medical and clinical experience
Adheres to high ethical standards
Advanced oral and written communication skills
Attention to detail with a high level of accuracy
Ability to analyze a variety of data points to solve problems
Ability to work independently and in collaboration with internal and external parties
Ability to plan, organize, schedule and complete work within deadlines
Ability to manage conflicting demands and priorities
SCHULMAN Associates IRB, Inc. (“SCHULMAN“) is dedicated to human research subject protection. Since its beginnings in 1983, Schulman has grown to one of the most prominent independent IRB’s in the country, recognized as a technology and customer service leader.