This position manages research projects and events within Dr. Kevin Winthrop's collaborative research group, provides supervisory support and is the HR administrative contact for the groups research staff.
Project Manager for a PCORI-funded multi-site pragmatic trial (MAC 2v3). Responsibilities include oversight of enrollment, protocol execution and data management across 26+ sites, budget management, assisting with sub-award execution, ensuring execution of award milestones and deliverables, leading stakeholder calls and in-person meetings, maintain project ClincialTrials.gov record, oversee IRB and other regulatory maintenance, primary contact for all PCORI-communications, prepare and submit all required PCORI reporting submissions, manage uploads and updates within the PCORI online portal.
Administrative Manager for an FDA-RO1 funded Phase 2 multi-site clinical trial (NTM-Clofazimine). Responsibilities include budget management, assisting with sub-award execution, maintaining project ClinicalTrials.gov record, executing federal and institutional reporting requirements including IND submissions and quarterly progress updates to funding sources.
Support incoming clinical trials and research protocols through the start-up process, including budget development and negotiations, IRB development and submission, development and collection of essential documentation.
Provides supervisory support to Research Staff, and is a direct supervisory for Volunteers and Student Workers within the Winthrop research group. Responsibilities include providing continuous personnel support and serving as main point of contact for personnel/HR issues. Incorporate OHSU HR policies within the operations of the group by developing and executing onboarding and training SOPs.
Coordinate Annual NTM Research Consortium Meeting
Grant and manuscript writing support as required: Assist investigators in grant writing preparation, budget development, and submissions. Review/edit manuscripts to ensure submission-required details are addressed
Masters degree in Public Health or related field or Bachelors Degree with major courses in field of research and five years relevant experience
3 years of experience in clinical research, clinical administration, and/or project management
Strong written, verbal communication and proficiency in MS Office Suite; meticulous record keeping and organization skills.
PhD in Public Health or related fields
4+ years of experience in clinical research or clinical administration and 3 year of project managements.
A working knowledge of FDA, DHHS, IRB and other agency guidelines that govern clinical research
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