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.
The Research Associate I position shall (a) review protocols involving human research subjects and prepare a detailed written assessment with specific guidance necessary for eventual Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval; (b) instruct and guide academic and research faculty, staff and students through the approval process, including specific additional federal agency and international site requirements, providing direction as necessary; (c) Review funding contract or grant language to ensure that proposed research activities are consistent with contractual and federal requirements; (d) Consultation with Institutional Review Board(s) to facilitate final approval; (e) Collaborate with numerous Georgia Tech offices e.g., Legal Affairs, Office of the General Counsel, Risk Management, Environmental Health and Safety, and outside consultants and experts; (f) Design and deliver training programs and workshops to faculty, staff, and students; (g) Assist in the investigation, evaluation, and reporting of non-compliance matters as appropriate.
Educational Qualification - Bachelor's degree.
Education: Master's Degree
Work Experience: Six years with a BS or 4 years with a Masters Degree
Certifications: Certified IRB Professional (CIP) or ability to obtain CIP within one year of hire date
Ability to work with demanding professionals in a high pressure environment.
The ability to present complex material to a sophisticated academic audience.
Internal Number: 224196
About Georgia Institute of Technology
The Georgia Institute of Technology's Office of Research Integrity Assurance works with faculty oversight committees and boards to promote the ethical conduct of research and to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements relating to research involving human subjects, research conduct, research conflicts of interest, vertebrate animal subjects, rDNA, Synthetic Nucleic Acids, conflict of interest and export controlled research. The committees supported by this office include the Institutional Review Board, the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, the Conflict of Interest Management Office and the Institutional Biosafety Committee.