GENERAL SUMMARY:May coordinate all (or portion) of research study activities. Function as a resource for all study issues. Identifies problems and develops solutions.Designs, implements, and evaluates recruitment strategies for study participantsIn collaboration with Research Manager prepares and assists with grant application submissions. Provides support in the preparation of grants and other pre-award activities. Interact with patients/subjects with regard to study, including patient education, procedural instruction, follow-up. May serve as a liaison between patient and physician.Responsible for overseeing the data collection process. Ensures integrity of patient data.Implements and maintains quality assurance procedures and systems.Ensures compliance with all human subject regulations and oversight committees. In collaboration with PI, develops and implements new research protocols including design, data collection systems, and institutional review board approval. Responsible for writing new grants.In collaboration with PI, prepares and may present certain portions of presentations, in addition to preparing articles for publication.May be responsible to monitor grant budget, in collaboration with PI or Research Manager.All other duties, as assigned.Qualifications QUALIFICATIONS:
Working very independently with little guidance from Research Manager and/or Principal Investigator, coordinates all activities of research area including but not limited to: implementing and maintaining compliance procedures, facilitating research project goals, coordinating all phases of the research process and providing administrative support in the preparation of grant materials.
This individual will support grantsmanship activities including developing grant proposals and coordinating various elements involved in proposal submissions. This position will also support various components of the Division's clinical trials program.
S/he must be capable of leveraging project management techniques to effectively manage and track small to large-scale projects across multi-disciplinary teams and collaborations. This individual must be able ensure a high level of satisfaction with a focus on responsiveness, resolution of problem situations, and successful completion of deliverables. Candidate must demonstrate ability to proactively identify and improve projects and processes.
Potential for growth within the Division's growing research program.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
BS OR BA
3-5 years of directly related, progressively more responsible, experience. Supervisory experience preferredEEO Statement
Brigham and Women's Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability unrelated to job requirements, genetic information, military service, or other protected status.
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