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The HRPP office now has several job opportunities. Help us improve patients’ access to cutting edge research studies by working closely with physicians, scientists and study coordinators from UCSF and with staff from the IRB to facilitate the review and approval of human research applications.

Job Opportunity #1
Req. Number: 45370BR
Analyst II – IRB Assistant Coordinator
University of California, Department of Human Research Protection Program
Location: University of California, San Francisco – Laurel Heights


Under the supervision of the Assistant Coordinator Manager, the IRB Assistant Coordinator is responsible for analyzing and processing submissions for the continuing review or modification of CHR-approved research. Individual will evaluate changes to approved research to ensure compliance with applicable federal regulations, state laws, and university policies and procedures. Individual must ensure that submissions meet basic standards for review so that the IRB, Chair, and/or designated reviewer are able to efficiently complete their regulatory and ethical reviews. The IRB Assistant Coordinator must ensure submissions receive an appropriate level of review (e.g., full board, expedited, exempt), and ensure IRB reviewers with appropriate expertise are assigned to the submission. If any part of the application is incomplete or non-compliant, it is the responsibility for the IRB Assistant Coordinator to take corrective action by communicating in writing, by phone and/or in person with the faculty investigator or his or her support staff. Prior to formal review, the IRB Assistant Coordinator must be able to perform these tasks independently and with good judgment. After formal review, the IRB Assistant Coordinator generally performs this task at the direction of the IRB, Chair or expedited reviewer. The individual is responsible for processing and facilitating all stages of the review, from initial submission to final approval. He/she must have a strong customer service orientation, proven problem solving abilities, demonstrated oral and written communication skills in order to effectively assist and advise faculty or research administrators.

For the full job description, go to http://ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/careers/
Contact person: Neha Kaul, neha.kaul@ucsf.edu

Job Opportunity #2
Req. Number: 45224BR
Analyst I– IRB Assistant Coordinator
University of California, Department of Human Research Protection Program
Location: University of California, San Francisco – Laurel Heights


Under the supervision of the HRPP Manager, the Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) Assistant Coordinator will be responsible for the initial Institutional Review Board (IRB) customer support. The requests may be phone calls, emails, or in-person visits to the IRB office. In this role HRPP Assistant Coordinator will be responsible for responding on a case-by-case basis to problems, questions, and information requests from researchers and staff. The IRB Assistant Coordinator must have a good understanding of the HRPP policies and procedures and be able to provide functional and technical guidance on iRIS, the IRB electronic submission system. The HRPP Assistant Coordinator must have a strong customer service orientation, proven problem solving abilities, understanding of databases and concepts of technology, demonstrated oral and written communication skills in order to effectively assist and advise faculty or research administrators.

The HRPP Assistant Coordinator is also responsible for assigning submissions in iRIS to HRPP analysts, and analyzing and processing submissions assigned to them for the continuing review or modification of IRB-approved research. In this analyst role, the HRPP Assistant Coordinator will evaluate changes to approved research to ensure compliance with applicable federal regulations, state laws, and university policies and procedures. The individual must ensure that submissions meet basic standards for review so that the IRB, Chair, and/or designated reviewer are able to efficiently complete their regulatory and ethical reviews.

For the full job description, go to http://ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/careers/
Contact person: Joanne Mickalian, joanne.mickalian@ucsf.edu