Institutioal Review Board (IRB) Compliance Administrator
Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture – and benefits – that just aren’t found together anywhere else. If you’re curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future – then take a look at this opportunity.
INSTITUTIOAL REVIEW BOARD (IRB) COMPLIANCE ADMINISTRATOR, Office of the Vice President for Research, to conduct ethical and compliance reviews to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations for the use of human subjects in research. Will serve as a point of contact (POC) and compliance reviewer of human subject research protocols; conduct research protocol reviews to identify regulatory and other issues and identify potential risks to research participants; correspond with and advise investigators, articulating modifications to study documentation; write high-level protocol summaries, coordinate ancillary reviews, and advise colleagues/investigators on navigating the regulatory landscape and applicability of regulations; manage and evaluate single IRB reliance requests and serve as POC for SMART IRB; direct communications between relying and reviewing institutions and carry out reliance actions; serve as a clinicaltrials.gov registration representative; assist with developing educational materials and conduct workshops/presentations; assist with COUHES Connect; maintain knowledge of federal/state/local regulations; and support other functions as needed.
REQUIRED: B.S./B.A. in related field; at least three years’ human subjects research related experience; working knowledge of state and federal regulations pertaining to human subject research; excellent analytical, organizational, and written and oral communication skills; understanding of research procedures’ terminology, clinical trials, and research data management; experience conducting and managing human subject research in an academic research environment; attention to detail; discretion and good judgment with confidential information; and ability to multitask and prioritize in a fast-paced environment and collaborate with faculty, staff, and institutional representatives. PREFERRED: three years’ experience working at an IRB; experience conducting expedited and primary reviews for an IRB; CIP certification; experience reviewing DOD, FDA, NIH, and NSF supported/regulated research; and a background in science and engineering.
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