Research Compliance Analyst I/II

Job Description:

The Research Compliance Analysts are responsible for supporting the Research Compliance Program. The Research Compliance Analyst is responsible for conducting regular compliance auditing and monitoring activities, providing compliance education and training, assisting with the investigation of research compliance issues, and maintaining Office of Research Compliance (ORC) documentation. Partners with Director of Research Compliances, researchers, principal investigators and providers throughout the Research Institute on various compliance programs, procedures, and processes. Works at a high level within the organization; requires strict adherence to confidentiality and privacy practices; and has the authority to review all documents and other information that are relevant to research compliance activities. Responsible for conducting regular compliance auditing and monitoring activities, developing and providing compliance education and training, conducting investigations of research compliance issues, training of new ORC staff, leading and participating in ORC and SCRI projects, and maintaining ORC files and documentation. Works at a high level within the organization. Requires strict adherence to confidentiality and privacy practices, and has the authority to review all documents and other information that are relevant to research compliance activities.

Requirements:

This posting is for a Research Compliance Analyst I or Research Compliance Analyst II. Finalized position will be decided based off of chosen candidate's qualifications.

Minimum Requirements

Research Compliance Analyst I

  • Bachelors Degree in a related field, or significant/applicable college coursework that demonstrates competency.
  • Minimum of three (3) years experience in a research regulatory setting with progressively increasing responsibility.
  • Experience with auditing processes.

Research Compliance Analyst II

  • Bachelor's Degree in a Health Sciences discipline, Business Administration, or related field.
  • Minimum of five (5) years experience in a research regulatory setting with progressively increasing responsibility.
  • Experience with auditing processes.
  • Familiarity with financial aspects of research and clinical practice.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience working with a diverse group of administrative, research and clinical employees and non-employees in performing a combination of the following activities: drafting, editing and developing institutional policies, communications and reports; and reviewing and analyzing documents and practices against regulations and policies.
  • Experience with developing and implementing educational materials and trainings.
  • Experience working in and participating in a lean work environment.
  • Familiarity with creating, revising and following standard work and practices
  • Certified in Healthcare Research Compliance (CHRC) by Compliance Certification Board (CCB).
  • Experience or knowledge in animal research, IBC regulations, and project management.

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