Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Management of all aspects of research protocols and protocol related documentation;
Training new lab members on all lab protocols and procedures and maintaining documentation of such training. Train all lab members on proper use of all lab equipment.
Perform maintenance on lab equipment as necessary to ensure proper reliable operation.
Assist in the development of research protocols and work with lab members to circumvent any logistical problems which may arise. Train all incoming lab members on proper handling of NHP subjects and maintain documentation of such training.
Ensure that the lab consistently follows the guidelines set forth by the AECOM, OSHA, OLAW, and AALAC.
Develop and execute operational strategy for the lab
Develop standard operating procedures and provide direct staff management for all non-faculty positions (i.e., students)
Manage the individual staff projects leading to the successful completion of assigned projects
Maintain database system. Manage data collection, analysis and cleaning, performing regular audits to ensure that the data collected is complete and accurate; Report results weekly to the PI
Ensure policies and procedures, daily assignments and assigned projects are being followed and executed on schedule
Provide timely status reports (including metrics) to the PI
Ensure supplies, equipment and resources are available in order to complete projects
Assist in monitoring and maintaining budgets for facility use.
Internal Number: 2020-12595
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