Human Subjects Research Program Analyst *** Mental Health *** NIH *** Rockville, MD
***Seeking candidates with clinical research experience relevant to mental health and strong analytical skills***
Kelly Government Solutions is a strategic supplier and business partner to the federal government and its key suppliers. Through our partnership with the National Institutes of Health, Kelly Government Solutions offers administrative, IT, engineering, scientific, and healthcare professionals the opportunity to work with one of the most prestigious research organizations in the world. We are currently seeking a Human Subjects Research Program Analyst with clinical research experience relevant to mental health to work with the National Institute of Mental Health in Rockville, MD.
This is a long-term contract position which offers:
- Competitive salary with comprehensive benefit package
- Opportunity to work at NIH, world's foremost medical research center
- Learn more about what Kelly can do for you at http://www.kellygovernmentsolutions.com
TASKS/SERVICES: The contractor shall:
(1) Work with staff on the oversight and coordination of the National Institute of Mental Health's Division of Translational Research (DTR) human subjects research grants and contracts.
(2) Work with Program staff, investigators and the Office of Clinical Research (OCR) to gather the information and draft documentation necessary to address human subjects’ concerns identified by Reviewers, Program staff and OCR for to-be-funded applications.
(3) Work with Program staff to review Human Subject Protection Plans, including securing Data Safety Monitoring plans when necessary.
(4) Work with Program staff to assist investigators with setting up and monitoring Recruitment Monitoring Report (RMR) targets and data sharing agreements.
(5) Review incoming progress reports for adherence to approved Human Subjects Protection Plan, RMR and data sharing agreements.
(6) Communicate with internal and external stakeholders, researchers and applicants.
(7) Collaborate with staff to plan and carry out special studies and analyses of the DTR research portfolios.
(8) Collaborate with staff on special assignments such as the development of responses to various requests for information; reporting on Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) goals related to interventions research; utilize sources including iSEARCH, RePORTER, ClinicalTrials.gov websites, etc.
(9) Conduct library and computer searches of scientific literature related to treatment and preventive interventions for mental disorders, mental health and related topics; locate and gather published papers on specific topics; prepare summaries.
(10) Retrieve data related to the review and administration of extramural grants from NIH and NIMH grants databases; monitor funding levels of awards made to NIMH clinical trials Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) across Divisions, in comparison to set-aside for each fiscal year.
(11) Participate in related meetings (DTR Division meeting, Clinical Trials Interest Group); assist in gathering and preparing relevant materials for distribution.
(12) Review and analyze informed consent documents to ensure that the documents comport to the protocol as well as the Federal guidelines and regulations/policies governing human subject protection and/or Certificates of Confidentiality.
(13) Support NIMH initiative development processes, workshops and meetings with program staff and NIMH leadership in pursuit of division priorities and the NIMH Strategic Plan.
(14) Develop and improve procedures for leadership and program staff to implement within-division and cross-division tracking and reporting in order to gage progress, identify gaps in the portfolio, and assemble data on areas of scientific interest.
(15) Contribute written summaries of analysis for inclusion in reports and presentations to NIH and external audiences.
(16) Demonstrate and expand knowledge of scientific areas through official duties and activities (e.g., participating in scientific meetings, committees, or consortia; preparing summaries of meetings; preparing reports).
(17) Maintain current knowledge of ethical conduct requirements, conflict of interest policy, computer security, working knowledge of relevant electronic research administration (eRA) modules, databases, and applications as necessary.
REQUIREMENTS: The contractor must have:
(1) Master’s degree in Biology, Psychology, Neuroscience, or closely related discipline; two (2) years of specialized experience plus a Bachelor’s degree is equivalent to a Master’s degree.
(2) Minimum of four (4) years of related experience in the area of human subjects research, which includes clinical research relevant to mental health.
(3) Expertise in Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).
(4) Experience in analyzing data.
(5) Strong communications skills, both oral and written; experience writing and editing documents.
(6) Excellent interpersonal, analytical, organizational and time management skills.
(7) Experience being proactive and taking initiative.
PLEASE APPLY ONLINE
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