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Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute
August 9, 2018
Los Angeles, California
Contract - Experienced
Academic / Research
Join our team as the Institutional Review Board (IRB) Protocol Coordinator!
The IRB Coordinator will join the Clinical Research Support (CRS) team dedicated to supporting clinical researchers across USC schools. Today we are expanding to continue meeting the health needs of our community. Our patients, their families and our staff are all part of a unified effort to advance findings that will solve life-changing diseases. This is what inspires our staff to be their best—and they’re equipped with everything they need to succeed.
The IRB Protocol Coordinator provides personalized assistance, education/training and support to USC investigators and study personnel who are putting together a protocol and application for submission to the USC IRB. As such, this position will work closely or in conjunction with the USC IRB.
This person will also assist with the preparation and submission of regulatory and compliance-related documents (such as IND/IDE applications) to the sponsor or funding agency in conjunction with services already being provided by USC Regulatory Knowledge and Support.
In an educational capacity, this person will provide ongoing training to investigators, research coordinators, research nurses, and other clinical research personnel as it pertains to regulatory and compliance-related issues.
Any available time not spent on regulatory activities will be spent assisting ongoing clinical research studies supported by CRS coordinators. These activities may include consenting patients, scheduling patients, participant recruitment, data entry, administering questionnaires, REDCap database building, and more. Finally, the job also includes assisting the CRS Program Manager with administrative tasks as needed, and assisting the CRS Director with CTSI-related projects as needed.
***This is a grant-funded, 1-year fixed term position supported by the National Institute for Health (NIH)***
To apply and learn more, please visit the full posting on the USC website
To express your interest and for more information, please contact Nicki Karimipour at firstname.lastname@example.org **Please no recruiters and agencies**
Internal Number: REQ20061860
About Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute
The Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI) is a research organization at the University of Southern California (USC) and Children’s’ Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA). Our mission is to support, promote and accelerate scientific discoveries and their application in real-life settings to improve health in diverse populations. SC CTSI develops and provides resources, services, training and tools in support of researchers, academic leadership and partners that collaborate to achieve this exciting mission.