Office of Regulatory Compliance (ORC) Analyst

Job Description:
Responsibilities The Public Administration Analyst will serve as the primary contact for all ISPRC, DSMB and general Office of Regulatory Compliance (ORC) communications with the research community.
Specific responsibilities include ISPRC/DSMB committee support, work on quantitative and qualitative research projects; gathering, analyzing, and interpreting a wide variety of research-related data on cancer protocols and committee submissions; management of the JCCC research databases, including VELOS and OnCore, adverse event, and drug databases; conducting data management and analysis of project data, including but not limited to Internal Scientific Peer Review Committee (ISPRC) and Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) submission data; and securing and creating documentation for data sources necessary for evaluation and technical activities related to the JCCC committee review and Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) data management processes.
Provide administrative support and cross coverage to the overall administrative functions of ORC.
Qualifications Demonstrated skill to independently gather data and to prepare narrative and statistical reports, charts, graphs, and tables.
Proven systematic organizational skills to a) work independently with minimal supervision, b) determine workload priorities and tasks to complete work in a timely manner, and c) identify and resolve problems.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative team working relationships with diverse staff and other University stakeholders.
Prefer a bachelor's degree in related area and 1-2 years of work experience in clinical research; or an equivalent combination of education and work experience.
Demonstrated skill in making decisions and taking appropriate action in situations for which there are no established criteria or standards or where answers to problems are not readily apparent.
General knowledge of research protocol terminology and protocol management practices.
Clinical Trial Management System (OnCore and/or VELOS) experience.
Database preparation, analysis, and management experience.
Skill in analyzing information, problems, situations, and procedures to define a problem or objective and formulate logical and objective conclusions and solutions.
Detail oriented with high degree of accuracy.
Demonstrated ability to use Windows-based computing systems in a network environment.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office software including Work, Excel, and Powerpoint.
Ability to identify, manage and maintain confidential and sensitive information with discretion.
On occasion, ability to work flexible hours.

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