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We are seeking an IRB Specialist II- the primary responsibility is for staffing the Institutional Review Board (IRB); for ensuring that the IRB’s work is accomplished in a timely manner, for conducting expedited reviews as a designee of the IRB Chair, for assisting IRB Specialist I and other support staff, and for serving as a consultant to clinical investigators at NCH. The IRB Specialist II works closely with the IRB Chair and Vice Chair and reports to directly to the Human Research Protection Program Director. Specialists help ensure that the Hospital’s clinical research activities are in compliance with institutional SOPs and international, federal, state, and local rules and regulations and ethical principles regarding the use of human subjects in research. They ensure that research activities at the Hospital involving human subjects are conducted in a manner that protects the safety, rights, and welfare of participants. Position can be remote with periodic in-person visits to the NCH campus.
Must be a resident of Ohio.
BA/BS degree (biology, psychology or other clinical research-related area) required; Masters or other advanced degree preferred; equivalent combination of experience and education will be considered.
Minimum of 4 years of experience in IRB administration, clinical research, or other human subject protection-related job. Direct and obvious relevance to regulatory compliance and research with human subjects
See posting for more details.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 2020-24782
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Research at Nationwide Children's
The Abigail Wexner Research Institute aggressively supports the discovery of new knowledge and its translation into novel therapeutics and diagnostic tests to advance pediatric research. Unprecedented investment and inspired leadership have paved the way for tremendous progress. The impact on children who previously had little hope has been truly remarkable.
Our investigators traverse the spectrum of pediatric research from discovery science to population health with the common goal of improving the health and quality of life for children and their families. We recruit and train some of the brightest and most innovative researchers and clinician-scientists in pediatrics. Our researchers’ dedication and commitment enable them to work together to accomplish more than could be imagined independently.
Here, discovery, translation and team science aren’t just ideals. They are our foundation as we seek answers on behalf of children everywhere.