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The core purpose of the Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED) is to advance Rutgers preeminence in research and spur economic growth. ORED provides services universitywide to support the faculty’s research and strategically leads the university’s economic development activities. ORED’s functions range from supporting the identification of new research funding opportunities and submission of grants proposals to post-award financial management and research regulatory affairs. The office directs research commercialization, including patenting and licensing, and serves as a central point for industry access.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking a IRB Administrator for the Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED). As part of ORED, this position provides critical regulatory support to Rutgers IRBs. This position provides day-to-day oversight and support of the Rutgers human research protection program. The IRB Administrator conducts regulatory required tasks that are university-wide and that encompass all study sites, manages and directs initial and continuing review of research, reporting of unanticipated problems and serious or continued non-compliance.
Among the key duties of this position are the following: • Screens research protocols submitted for review and facilitates the review of such protocols. • Provides subject matter expertise on the protection of human subjects research, including regulations governing the use of such subjects. • Provides education and training to reviewers, faculty researchers and staff on a wide variety of topics. • Utilizes home-grown and other University databases, protects integrity and confidentiality of research. • Generates agendas and minutes and reports as needed. • Assists faculty users with electronic protocol submission and provides advice to researchers regarding federal and other relevant regulations.
• Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience that demonstrates knowledge and understanding of regulatory issues. • A minimum of five (5) years of human subjects research experience.
• Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the IRB process • Demonstrated verbal and writing skills in addition to great problem-solving, self-initiation, and decision making skills; • Demonstrated excellence in customer service • Experience with high volumes and rigid deadlines • Familiarity with research ethics and methods and the ability to conduct independent literature research • Solid PC skills including thorough knowledge of MS Office functions, and electronic database tracking systems • Outstanding interpersonal and organization skills, a collaborative style, and experience working with faculty, staff and students in achieving their research goals.
• Master’s or other advanced degree, prior work in human subject research, or research compliance, protocol writing and/or document review, and grant proposal congruence review. • Certified IRB Manager (CIM) OR Certified IRB Professional (CIP) is preferred.
Internal Number: 20ST0721
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