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University of California - San Francisco
San Francisco, CA US
Req Number 38100BR Job Title Analyst III Job Code and Payroll Title 7236: ANALYST III Job Code and Payroll Title 7236 ANALYST III Location Parnassus Avenue Department Name Surgery Work Days 8-5pm Shift Days Shift Length 8 Hours Job Summary The Research Analyst (RA) will work directly under the supervision of the Clinical Research Manager (CRM) and will function as both a Program Coordinator (PC) and a Financial Analyst (FA) for the Transplant Surgery Division.
In the capacity of the PC, he/she will be responsible for providing high-level project coordination for multiple federally funded clinical trials in the division. Responsibilities typically include independent management of all aspects of day-to-day project operations; creating and maintaining project database files; assisting with progress reports; coordinating study conference calls and investigator meetings; pro-actively working with members of the project team to identify issues that might delay the project and making recommendations to improve project timelines as needed.
The incumbent will be the primary contact person for the numerous participating clinical transplant centers/investigators, the mechanistic laboratory cores, the specimen repository, and the data coordinating center. This will require a clear understanding of the project's overall goals, the participating collaborators and key players, and an understanding of how they all interconnect and communicate with each other.
This position is responsible for insuring that all questions and issues that arise daily (and during teleconferences and meetings) are triaged as needed and resolved in a timely manner. In conjunction with the NIH project manager and USCF CRM, this position will also be responsible for keeping all team members informed of study status, important study findings, and other important study related information as it arises. The UCSF Principal Investigator will depend on the incumbent to communicate professionally and timely with all research teams, collaborators, coordinators and investigators involved, and to possess and execute excellent follow-up and follow-through skills. The position will require someone who can work independently and professionally, and who will help the Principal Investigator ensure that the research study is running efficiently, effectively, and in a timely manner.
In the capacity of a FA, he/she will provide high-level financial analysis and management of all extramural funds in the Transplant Surgery Division; serve as a liaison to the RSC in the pre-award team to facilitate the academic researchers and trainee's award submission; provide comprehensive analysis of contracts and grants funds; create and generate report formats for displaying award budgets and expense projections, as needed, and generally carrying out all necessary post-award management tasks, as request by the CRM, to bring about the successful stewardship of sponsor funds, from inception to closeout; and will perform other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications BA/BS with a major in a related field and three years of experience in administrative analysis or operations research; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; solid understanding of clinical trials policies, procedures, and regulatory issues; knowledge of sound research methods regarding study design, data collection and data analysis; experience and knowledge of CHR/IRB policies and procedures as well as FDA regulations for human subject safety; campus level Research Services Administrator (RSA) training and knowledge of all pre-award delivery platforms and C&G procedures; experience working in a research setting coordinating multicenter clinical trials is required; UC research experience and knowledge of policies and financial systems such, PeopleSoft Awards/RAS, Journals, Weblinks, etc is a plus; requires high competence in working with the ever changing landscape of administrative systems applications for research and financial processes in the workplace; knowledge of Code of Federal Regulations and Good Clinical Practice; knowledge of government and private funding agency guidelines, contracting, subcontracting and similar institutional experience is highly preferred; expertise with MS EXCEL and Word are essential to generate forms and written materials and prior experience with database programs is important; outstanding oral and written communication skills in the English language; excellent use of excellent grammar, vocabulary, and syntax and ability to craft sophisticated written communication pieces regarding sensitive correspondence; excellent time management skills; High degree of motivation and innovation; meticulous attention to detail; strong ability to organize and prioritize; professional attitude; ability to work independently. Physical Demands: requires bending, squatting, climbing stairs, reaching up to shoulder height; pushing/pulling up to 20 pounds; reaching above shoulder level; sitting, standing, walking, kneeling; carrying/lifting 0-20 pounds; gripping/grasping, fine/gross finger manipulation; repetitive movements of upper extremities; differentiate color. Preferred Qualifications N/A License/Certification N/A Position Type Full Time Percentage 100%