Summary: The Research Project Manager is responsible for coordinating and facilitating the life cycle of investigator-initiated research projects. This includes the development of design, initiation, conduction, analysis, and publication of clinical research projects of both a retrospective and prospective nature. The Research Project Manager simultaneously manages multiple projects at varying stages throughout the study process, while providing direct management to study-related employees.
- Master's degree in appropriate field (e.g., Research, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Statistics, Chemistry, etc.) and 3 years of relevant professional experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired, is required.
- Position requires an individual with:
- Demonstrated ability in effectively managing data, statistical analysis and interpretation, medical and grant writing, and study design, as appropriate for department needs.
- Computer proficiency in word processing and Excel.
- Knowledge of medical terminology.
- Knowledge of principles of research and federal regulations.
- Excellent writing and editing skills.
- Strong organizational skills and be detail oriented.
- Ability to understand statistical and protocol design.
- Excellent leadership, interpersonal and oral, written and electronic interpersonal communication skills.
- Certification (e.g. Statistical Analyst Certification, PMP, CCRP, CCRC) preferred.