Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Primary Responsibilities: • Assist PIs with research, coordination, administration, planning and implementation of study; • Lead and monitor data collection activities; • Anticipate and resolve problems; • Applicant will participate in all phases of research; • Supervise and participate in a team of ~3 others working on the study; • Target and meet specific study recruitment goals; • Prepare REDCAP electronic data forms; • Prepare reports regarding study progress for the study team; • Organize investigator team meetings; • Coordinate UMN and other site study activities; • Manage IRB communications (or interface with the CTSI, who is handling most of the IRB work); • Interface with the CTSI team who is helping with ct.gov account; • Assist with preparation of progress reports for funders; • Assist with administration of informed consent as schedule demands; • Assist with data entry as schedule demands; • Assist with presenting research findings; • Support PIs’ interactions with departmental accountant to ensure fiscal reporting and budgetary management of project; • Promptly contact the PIs for potentially serious adverse events; • Ensure compliance with human subjects, HIPAA, participant consent, and study personnel training requirements and other regulations.
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials. 1) Bachelor's degree in public health, clinical research, biology, statistics, pre-medical studies, chemistry, plus at least four years of related experience or a similar combination of education and experience to total eight years. 2) Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and experience with REDCap. 3) Prior quantitative research experience including clinical trials research involving direct patient contact, data collection, and interfacing with team members. 4) Experience following IRB/HIPAA guidelines. 5) Ability to read and communicate in English. 6) Excellent organization skills with attention to detail. 7) Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills. 8) Able to work independently. 9) Proven track record of reliability.
1) BS/BA in a health related field.
2) Additional professional experience on a clinical research project team or similar environment.
3) Experience in an academic medicine setting.
Internal Number: 338896
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