The UNC Global Infectious Diseases Clinical Research group conducts HIV, STI and emerging pathogen research at sites in North Carolina and throughout the world. The Research Site Manager (RSM) will work locally at the Respiratory Research Center at Chapel Hill North (RRCN) to facilitate clinical research study implementation. The RSM will be responsible for maintaining the research site and associated staff to successfully conduct assigned research protocols. RRCN is a new established stand alone research site with 6 clinic rooms, administrative offices, research laboratory and pharmacy; that has been leased for the purpose of conducting COVID-19 Vaccine research in addition to serving as a research site for upcoming HIV treatment and prevention research in an effort to offer research sites in the greater community. At the current time nearly 500 individuals have been enrolled and are engaged in active follow up at the site. This research site will also be critical in expanding the portfolio of available Infectious Disease Research studies offered by the University.
Education and Experience:
Must have at least 5 years of clinical research experience and demonstrate broad research knowledge of HSP, GCP, study implementation and documentation. Must have a strong track record of independent management of research studies and staff. Must possess excellent writing and communication skills Must demonstrate analytical abilities necessary to successfully identify and solve problems. BLS training required. Working knowledge of clinical regulatory affairs preferred. Phlebotomy training preferred. Clinical experience preferred. Prefer strong working knowledge of UNC Research Systems and DAIDS policies.
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