1) Works with Department of Surgery faculty to prepare study projects for submission to the University of Chicago's Institutional Review Board.
2) Assists in the orientation and training of new and current Surgery Research Support Office (SRSO) staff and/or staff in the various sections of the Department of Surgery.
3) Assesses research support needs.
4) Provides back-up to the Regulatory Manager and Grant Manager.
5) Assists Sr. Research Manager with Departmental reporting, which includes compiling and analyzing data to create reports, presentations, and proposals, including, but not limited to operational, financial and monthly reports.
6) Ensures compliance with relevant University policies and guidelines.
7) Assists Sr. Research Manager with developing and managing Department of Surgery communications by assisting in creating and revising SRSO materials.
8) Assists Sr. Research Manager with reviewing and/or auditing itemization of research bills.
9) Assists Sr. Research Manager in managing research space allocation and equipment.
1) Ability to understand complex protocols
2) Excellent oral and written communication skills
3) Strong project management skills, strategic problem solving and attention to detail
4) Motivated and detail-oriented
5) Presentation skills
6) Strong interpersonal skills
7) Commitment to providing a high level of service
8) Ability to work independently and as part of a team
9) Ability to handle sensitive and confidential situations and information with absolute discretion
10) Ability to work well under pressure
11) Knowledge of Microsoft Office
12) Knowledge of computers and relevant software
13) Organizational skills
2) Cover Letter
3) Reference Contact Information
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