Under general direction, performs duties associated with coordinating and implementing community research studies and projects.
Responsible for completion and submission of Institutional Review Board (IRB)/Regulatory documents for clinical trials research, which includes all aspects of IRB submission, approval, revision and annual reporting; maintains Â regulatory documents and compliance with regulations and protocols.
Acts as liaison with clinical trial sponsors and principal investigators.
Serves as liaison between the University, local and state government agencies, and other participating agencies; provides consulting assistance to various organizations; organizes media events including press conferences.
Collects, enters, analyzes, and presents data; completes assigned reports as required by government or agency officials; attends training and in-service sessions.
Contributes to the design and creation of communications and public relations tools; coordinates meetings among community, faculty, research teams, and support staff.
Assigns and reviews research-related work and tasks given to research assistants and students; performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of the principles of research design
Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills.
Interpersonal/human relations skills
Demonstrated leadership competencies.
Skill in supervising, evaluating and guiding other care providers.
Demonstrated ability to lead and manage change.
Excellent written communication skills.
Excellent problem-solving skills.
Facile with EMR systems (e.g. EPIC) as required to perform the duties of the role.
Demonstrated creativity and innovation skills.
Possess good listening skills, taking other viewpoints into consideration and encouraging feedback, especially from those who might not otherwise participate.
Demonstrated commitment to supporting equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Bachelors degree, with masters degree preferred; supplemented with three (3) years of related experience.
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