We are seeking an Institutional Review Board/Privacy Board (IRB/PB) Coordinator to join our Human Research Protection (HRP) Program . Our (HRP) Program Office is service-based and provides continuing education and guidance to investigators and research staff.
As a Coordinator, you will provide support for pre-reviews of clinical research submissions and operational support to the HRP office and IRB/PB Board, as needed. You will also be on the front line of the IRB/PB helpline for engaging with PIs and their research teams.If youre interested in expanding your regulatory knownledge and interacting with different departments, this will present an exciting opportunity to join our growing team!
Support the team with the daily processing and reviewing of IRB/PB protocol documents in PIMS, including Progress Reports and Administrative changes.
Verify HSP and GCP certification training is complete.
Manage the IRB/PB Helpline including but not limited to answering calls, responding to inquiries by research staff and investigators, research participants, IRB members, and others, as needed.
Respond to email and/or phone inquiries on MSK IRB/Privacy Board SOP questions or processes; escalate complex questions or problems to IRB Analysts, IRB Administrators and/or Director, as appropriate.
Coordinate booking conference rooms with conference planning and ordering food for the IRB/PB Board meetings. Assist with the visual projections of the agenda and required protocol documents during the IRB/PB committee meetings.
Query IRB/PB Members on meeting availability, follow up with members as required, and assists IRB Analysts/Administrators as needed with reviewer assignments.
Assist with writing and distributing determination letters and actions to Principal Investigators and Research Staff, post IRB meeting, and for expedited reviews. Letters must be sent shortly after review is completed, so essential to keep up with strict timelines.
Generate IRB/PB Membership attendance reports every quarter for review by IRB/PB Chair and HRPP Director.
Participate in special projects as needed, e.g. PIMS development.
Action-oriented and eager to embrace new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm.
Able to hold yourself and others accountable to achieve goals and live up to commitments.
Resourceful, securing, and deploying resources effectively and efficiently.
Adept at building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives and goals.
A Bachelor's degree (preferred) with 2 years of experience relating to clinical trials/IRB
In lieu of a Bachelor's degree, a high school diploma with 4 years of relevant experience
Excellent attention to detail
Certified IRB Professional (CIP) preferred or will apply for certification after two years in the position.
Internal Number: 2021-46893
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