Report Developer (Job Opening 325656)
This position plays a key role with CTSI on its Masonic Cancer Center Clinical Informatics Support Services team. This position writes and provides primary support for informatics reports, and issues related to database(s); develops queries, extracts, analyzes, and reports data; creates reports for departmental Operations or Regulatory needs; advocates for data handling best practices, policies and procedures; trains users on data access methods, analysis tools, and informatics infrastructure; communicates project updates and issues; and promotes CTSI’s informatics services. View posting and apply.
Clinical Research Training and Development Specialist (Job Opening ID 323831)
The Workforce Development Specialist is an experienced research professional who is enthusiastic about research and has a desire to provide high quality training opportunities for the University of Minnesota and MHealth research workforce. The Workforce Development Specialist will help develop, manage and carry out online and in-person training programs through the CTSI’s Translational Workforce Development (TWD) Program with the goal of improving the efficiency, quality, and ethics of research through training in human research conduct. View posting and apply.
CTSA Research Opportunity Development Manager (Job Opening ID 320782)
This new position in the University of Minnesota Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) will catalyze clinical trial and research opportunities by engaging researchers both to consider existing opportunities and identify new opportunities, helping to position the University and its research strengths in a more competitive manner. View posting and apply.
Regulatory Specialist (Research Professional 3) (Job Opening ID 326695)
The Regulatory Specialist plays a key role in the new Clinical Research Support Center at the University of Minnesota by facilitating the compliant execution of clinical trials, and assisting in the development and maintenance of regulatory standards within the group. The Specialist will create and maintain regulatory documents, create and adapt subject consent forms in compliance with sponsor and local standards, act as a liaison with the sponsor, principal investigator, research manager, review committees and monitors (internal & external). Additionally, the Specialist addresses issues of study rationale, implementation, and safety monitoring; watches trends in regulatory/protocol processes and makes recommendations for improvement; provides guidance to ensure regulatory documents are filed and archived properly; and provides education, training and serves as a resource to improve research compliance. View posting and apply.