Clinical Research Project Manager

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Massachusetts General Hospital

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Charlestown, Massachusetts

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Mon, 14 Jun 2021 23:59:59 GMT

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Clinical Research Project Manager GENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT: The Research Project Manager manages a wide range of basic and clinical human subjects research projects being conducted in the Center for Translational Brain Mapping and the Frontotemporal Disorders Unit, both directed by Dr. Brad Dickerson, in the Department of Neurology. The Research Project Manager works with the PI to help develop, implement, and evaluate all phases of the process of conducting research projects, including project startup, monitoring and reporting, and closeout. This includes the development and management of protocols, regulatory materials (including IRB and FDA), standard operating procedures; the tracking of deliverables, milestones, and timelines; data management; and the planning and reporting of analyses and progress reports. Age-Specific Criteria-Based: Demonstrates competency in knowledge of caring for patients in all of the following categories: adult and elders including individuals with cognitive and behavioral impairment including impaired decision making capacity. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: – Works with PI, collaborators, and grants managers to manage project start up, including review of all protocols, budgets, contracts, planning of all milestones and deliverables and their timelines, and development of all study related documents, including all IRB applications and submissions. – Works with PI and Program Manager to monitor ongoing project progress including all of the above aspects of projects as well as any revisions to protocols. – Represents the PI’s interests to high level leaders in the Clinical Trials Office, IRB, and Radiation Safety Committee. – Serves as a liaison between project managers and other administrative leaders outside this institution – Assists PI and grants administrator in managing ongoing project budgets. – Serve as the primary coordinator of communication among all internal, external and sponsor project team members. – Supervises clinical research coordinators in the preparation and management of IRB submissions, including new study start-up, as well as both active and inactive protocols. – Manages all project specific activities of research staff working on projects being managed by the Research Project Manager. – Ensures that institutional and regulatory guidelines are met and monitored. – Manages the development and maintenance of internal databases and their communication with external databases. – Supervises the collection, cleaning, and analyses of project data. QUALIFICATIONS: – Ability to make independent effective decisions. – Aptitude for problem solving – Ability to effectively supervise and train others – Ability to utilize effective interpersonal and communication skills with patients, staff and students. – Excellent organizational and time management skills – Knowledge of NIH funding policies, reporting policies, and budget management skills – Ability to prioritize patient care needs. – Ability to seek information and second opinion when needed. – Ability to represent the department in hospital/health center meetings. – Ability to meet job requirements under stress and time constraints. – Ability to problem-solve, suggest and implement solutions, as needed. – Ability to meet all documentation requirements and deadlines. – Dependability, perseverance, flexibility, and skills as a team player. – Communication skills, including listening, speaking, nonverbal communication and writing, taking into consideration the communication needs as well as the cultural value of the patient, the family, caregivers, significant others, health professionals and colleagues. WORKING CONDITIONS: Clinical research outpatient hospital environment. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY: Directly supervises day-to-day research operations performed by Clinical Research Coordinators, Image Analysts, and other Center and Unit staff. Works with junior faculty to jointly supervise post-docs and students working on assigned projects. Makes project-level research activity decisions in the absence of the PI Responsible for supervising members of lab with regard to safe working procedures involved in clinical research, particularly as they relate to the potentially hazardous environments in the magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography environments. Manages the monitoring of patient visits for safety and protocol compliance. FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY: Works with PI to develop and monitor budgets for incoming projects Works with PI and grants manager to monitor budgets of ongoing projects Plans and manages equipment and supply-related purchasing activity for the laboratory Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged MA-Charlestown-MGH 529 Main MGH 529 Main (MGHCharlestown529Main) 529 Main Street Charlestown, 02129 MGH 529 Main 529 Main Street Charlestown Research-Management Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH) Full-time Day Job Regular MGH Neurology Research May 13, 2021