VCU Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research seeks talented individuals for the following positions to promote translational workforce development and experienced based training in clinical and translational research (CTR) and advance CTR methods and processes to speed translation, build collaborations and optimize resources within VCU and within the CTSA network.
Education Coordinator – https://www.vcujobs.com/postings/83660
The Educational Coordinator assists with workforce training initiatives organized by the Wright Center graduate educational programs and Translational Workforce Development training efforts. The Educational Coordinator provides student support, coordination of educational and training activities, and is committed to the goals of Wright Center. This position regularly interacts with the Graduate School, School of Medicine, and Student Accounts, on behalf of new and continuing students and trainees.
Hub Research Program Administrator – https://www.vcujobs.com/postings/83661
The position is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the planning, implementation and tracking of projects related to the Wright Center Hub Research Capacity Core, which seeks to provide innovative methods for recruitment of diverse research participants into VCU clinical trial, promote high quality in clinical and translational research (CTR) through scientific review and discovery, and develop, demonstrate and distribute innovative methods and approaches that improve efficiency in clinical and translational research (CTR). Incumbent will manage all aspects of the program including, but not limited to, collaborating with Hub leads and team members on project plans, VCU/VCUH interface for key initiatives; facilitating committee events, supporting, maintaining and tracking project plans and performance metrics, and communicating with institutional, regional and national colleagues of the NIH Clinical and Translations Science Award (CTSA) network.
Research Navigator – https://www.vcujobs.com/postings/84161
This position acts as an education and compliance expert with regard to ClinicalTrials.gov, federal regulations, human subjects research requirements, and Virginia Commonwealth University policies and procedures for the protection of human subjects involved in research. Incumbent develops and coordinates procedures and programs to enhance principal investigator (PI) understanding and compliance as it relates to human subjects research and the related policies and procedures impacting VCU, such as: Create and oversee an institution-wide program for planning, delivery, monitoring, and evaluation of compliance with ClinicalTrials.gov and related policies and procedures impacting VCU; Develop, implement and evaluate education and outreach materials, tools and programs for principal investigators (PI) and study teams in consultation with the Office of Research and external stakeholders that improve quality and consistency in clinical and translational research (CTR) at VCU; Advise and guide translational workforce development by identifying knowledge gaps and helps to address those needs with the development of additional education and outreach materials, tools and programs as deemed essential.