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To support and perform Institutional Review Board (IRB) administratrive processes related to regulatory and ethical review for the IRB. The incumbent serves as a resource to the human subjects protection program in responding to questions on preparing submissions for IRB review and compliance with policies and procedures.
Opportunity to work remotely
Or 3-5 years experience
Direct experience as an IRB administrator/coordinator.
Experience condcuting pre-review of both committee and non-committee review items.
Expeirence condcuting pre-review of both biomedical and social/behavioral research proposals.
Minimum Typing Speed (40 wpm)
Certified IRB Professional (CIP) preferred
Software Application Skills (e.g. Microsoft Office Suite)
Advanced computer skills, including Microsoft Office 365, with emphasis on Outlook, Word, Excel, OneNote, Skype for Business, PowerPoint, OneDrive.
Demonstrated ability to learn and use a customized electronic submission management systems, such as an IRB submission system or equivalent.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 1235
About Children's Mercy
The Children’s Research Institute is creating an integrated research environment where no boundaries exist between science and medicine. In our quest to find answers to pediatric medicine’s most challenging questions, we are collaborating with physicians, scientists, academic colleagues, philanthropic partners and others within our community, and around the world.
To accomplish our goals, we’re performing the highest quality research using the latest medical technologies. The hospital’s leadership in pediatric genomic medicine and clinical pharmacology is driving research and innovation in nephrology, heart care, cancer treatment and other subspecialties to provide answers for the most difficult cases and challenging pediatric conditions.
Integral to our efforts is our focus on applied informatics, the use of cutting-edge computational capabilities. Informatics helps us provide answers to children and their families by accelerating the process of research, improving the quality of research, making it possible to share data with other researchers, and even making new methods of research available.
We are building a dedicated, state-of-the-art biorepository, or “bank” where ...patient samples can be preserved for future research. The biorepository could potentially advance diagnostic discovery and clinical care for diseases where the greatest need exists, such as pediatric cancer.