Research Project Manager 1
- College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
- Date Announced:
- Date Closing:
- open until filled
- Job Number:
- Level/Salary Band:
- 01 – I – Exempt
- Work Unit:
- Penn State College Of Medicine
- Family and Community Medicine
- Full/Part Time:
Penn State College of Medicine is searching for a Research Project Manager 1. Duties include: Assist with preparation and submission of grants; oversee regulatory compliance issues such as tracking and recording protocol-specific certifications and procedure certification such as Human Subject Protection and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and record Institutional Review Board approvals, Adverse Event Reporting, etc.; ensure specifications and source documentation are obtained for all studies from external organizations; handle close out of studies; develop, design and coordinate production and assist with the distribution of marketing materials for studies; oversee updates of manual of operations, data collection forms and websites associated with project/study; determine appropriate research population and screens for potential research participants through evaluation of electronic health records using inclusion/exclusion criteria and protocol-specified eligibility requirements. Per study protocol contact potentially eligible study participants to confirm eligibility and schedule intake appointment; coordinate and manage research related appointments. Coordinates with physician investigators and research coordinators/specialists to explain research study to potential participants and ensure that informed consent is obtained prior to initiation of study related procedures. Maintains confidentiality; performs clinical research in collaboration with other medical and nursing personnel and ancillary departments (laboratory, cardiology, radiology); under supervision, assists with basic laboratory procedures including blood, tissue and/or body fluid collection, processing and shipment to central laboratories (if required). Assures completion of protocol specified procedures (i.e. Echocardiogram, MRI, EEG, etc.); occasional travel may be required to clinical sites; collaborates with Investigational Drug Service to maintain accountability logs for storage and administration of study medications and maintains accountability logs for investigational devices; priority is given for venipuncture experience and certification; coordinate required project documentation such as Certificates of Confidentiality and Investigational New Drug Applications and assist with regulatory reports; perform data collection and data entry for studies; assist in writing scientific papers for publication; and hire, train, supervise, assign work and evaluate support staff Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire.
These salary bands have been established to provide salary guidelines for staff positions.