The Institutional Review Board (IRB) Coordinator plays a critical role in providing accurate guidance and regulatory support to Cone Health researchers (faculty, staff, residents, fellows and students) engaged in human subjects research. The IRB Coordinator will serve as the primary regulatory support resource for all researchers and staff at Cone Health. As such, the IRB Coordinator must have an extensive understanding of human subjects research regulations and will assist Cone Health researchers in adhering to IRB requirements, federal and state regulations, state law, institutional policies, and the ethical principles that apply to human subjects research. The IRB Coordinator conducts reviews of human subject research applications to determine the appropriate level of review and to assure compliance with applicable requirements, manages the online human subject protection training program, reviews materials submitted to the IRB in accordance with applicable regulations, coordinates IRB matters with the IRB Chair, Co-Chairs, Associate Director of Clinical Research, and others (as appropriate), and assists Cone Health personnel with human subject protection issues and with IRB review. The IRB Coordinator also manages and performs data recording/record keeping operations and assists with the Conflict of Interest Disclosure process for researchers, as required by institutional policies.
Specific job responsibilities/functions in support of the Cone Health IRB include:
Specific job responsibilities/functions in support of Cone Health researchers include:
|Required: High School Diploma|
Preferred: Associate's Degree
Obtain Good Clinical Practice certification within 30 days of hire and maintain without lapse.
Obtain Human Subjects Research certification within 30 days of hire and maintain without lapse.
Certified in Healthcare Research Compliance (CHRC) and/or Certified IRB Professional (CIP) certification preferred.