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IRB Analyst II, Program for the Protection of Human Subjects
Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
Responsible for coordinating and reviewing caseload of applications related to human subjects research projects submitted for Institutional Review Board (IRB) review, maintaining data archiving system and supporting researcher community.
- Understands and applies the Federal Regulations for human research to all project applications submitted for category determination and each level of IRB review (pre-review, re-review, clarifying issues, post meeting, Non-committee review) to ensure adherence to regulatory and ethical standards.
- Conceptualizes and can formulate the complexity of a project and provide guidance on next steps while integrating the PPHS Program’s values and objectives with the overall objective of making the process easier for processing.
- Consults on project development and design, consent processes, and data storage solutions to facilitate quality science in the construct of the Federal Regulations and Institutional policies.
- Independently decides on project determinations and acts as the non-committee reviewer for the majority of projects reviewed while also utilizing the office non-committee reviewer process as well.
- Conceptualizes the steps necessary for final resolution of work/projects and follows through with appropriate steps to deliver final project approval/determination within office metric requirements.
- Serves as a resource on general regulatory information and provides guidance about forms and submission procedures and prioritizing work.
- Serves as a resource in making project regulatory determinations and may make final determinations.
- Maintains documentation and records in accordance with departmental policies and procedures and ensures that all records are secured and properly archived.
- Maintains computerized database for tracking purposes. Enter or update database for complete submissions to PPHS.
- Composes and distributes correspondence to investigators on behalf of the Board, Directors, or Chairs.
- Serves as an IRB member, may attend Board meetings.
- Independently reviews an average of 700 project submissions annually.
- Performs other related duties.
- Bachelor’s degree in health sciences or related field; Masters preferred
- Certified IRB Professional (CIP) or successfully earn the CIP certification within 24 months upon hire (can sit for the exam twice), 1-3 years of direct IRB analyst (or equivalent) experience
- 3 years of direct IRB analyst (or equivalent) experience
- Strong written and oral communications skills
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Excellent organization skills
- Intermediate Adobe Acrobat Standard/Professional
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