The Office of Research (OR) serves as the primary campus office for matters related to research, including:
Review and acceptance of extramural research awards.
Furthering research relationships with government and industry.
Encouraging and assisting faculty in developing research and scholarly studies.
Oversight of intramural research support.
Functional responsibility for organized research units and projects.
Management of certain research-related programs, instrumentation and facilities.
Management of several UC Natural Reserve sites
Review and approval of the use of human subjects and conflict of interest disclosures.
Coordination of patenting and licensing of campus intellectual property.
Under general direction, reporting to the Research Compliance & Integrity (RCI) Director, the RCI Analyst has responsibility for the oversight, administration, and implementation of policies and procedures in an array of research compliance programs, which include in the areas of Conflict of Interest (COI), Export Control, Stem Cell Research Oversight (SCRO), Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR), and Research Misconduct. Through knowledge of and expertise in state and federal policies and regulations, ensure program accountability with state and federally required research review committees and maintain compliance with federal regulations and state laws applicable to research activities associated with the aforementioned compliance programs. Work collaboratively in a cross-functional approach on compliance issues, including those related to government sponsors of research (e.g., federal and state), private research sponsors/collaborators (e.g., industry, non-profit), development of research policy and procedures (e.g., RCR and export control), intellectual property and material transfers, and clinical trials. Serve as subject matter expert for and manager of research compliance activities spanning broad areas of responsibility including: policy review, interpretation, guidance, and implementation assistance; for campus wide research compliance issues; campus wide coordination and promoting best practices; convening campus wide committees and work groups; development of training materials and resource documents for campus use; and providing campus wide training on various issues related to research compliance. Collaborate with the Director in developing and updating campus policies and procedures and implementing changes in federal, State, and University policies and regulations. Provide complex analyses and administrative support for the Conflict of Interest (COI) committee, the Stem Cell Research Oversight Committee (SCRO), and the Human Anatomical Specimen and Tissue Oversight Committee (HASTOC). Independently conduct research misconduct investigations involving confidential, sensitive, and complex situations and disputed matters. Oversee the research misconduct process and ensure compliance of all parties with policy in the conduct of inquiries and investigations of misconduct in science and other scholarly research. Submit required reports and serve as a primary contact with state and federal agencies such as, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Office of Research Integrity (ORI), California Public Health (CDPH), U.S. Dept. of Commerce, U.S. Dept. of State, and U.S. Dept. of Treasury. Initiate, develop and implementation of educational outreach, this includes campus wide training pursuant to the federally mandated Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) program.
Salary Range $68,200.00 - $136,900.00 / YR. No. of Positions 1 Appointment Type Career Percentage of Time 100% Shift Hours M-F, 8-5 Location Davis Campus Union Representation No Benefits Eligible Yes
Remove Date 10/28/2019
-Maneuver or lift paper materials with the use of hand cart/dolly weighing up to 25 lbs. -View display monitor for extended periods of time.
-Works at computer station for extended periods of time..
-Work in an office environment with frequent interruptions and competing priorities.
-Work occasional evenings/nights, varied lunch hours, weekends and holidays.
-Restricted vacation during peak periods.
-Must be able to travel to various UCD offices located on campus, at times on short notice.
-A valid CA driver's license, or ability to obtain one, for travel to off-campus.
-Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 2 years experience (or equivalent education and experience).
-Experience researching, interpreting, and implementing regulations, policies, and guidelines related to research compliance, specifically in the areas of financial conflicts of interests in research, research misconduct, export controls, stem cell research oversight, responsible conduct of research, human subject research.
-Analytical skills to extract, interpret, and evaluate data from a variety of sources and to independently summarize such information to clearly and cohesively explain compliance status with federal and state regulations and all applicable university policies and procedures.
-Experience in conducting assessments, evaluations and investigations to achieve necessary corrective action in a timely manner.
-Experience interpreting, implementing, and monitoring federal and state rules and administrative policies in a research compliance program to address compliance inquiries.
-Knowledge of U.S. trade controls, with focus on International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and/or Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) regulations to provide analytical support and ensure compliance with campus policies and state and federal regulations.
-Experience with campus, UC System, state and federal policies regulatory requirements related to financial conflicts of interests in research, research misconduct, export controls, responsible conduct of research and/or stem cell research oversight.
-Experience writing and proofreading to create clear, concise, and logical reports based on analysis and present findings in various formats including technical information in non-technical terms.
-Business acumen and interpersonal communication skills to create and maintain collaborative working relationships with senior administrators and a diverse range of constituents.
-Experience collaborating and communicating with various stakeholders, e.g. Sponsored Programs (SPO), InnovationAccess (IA), Clinical Trials, IRB, Campus Counsel, Health System Compliance, Office of the Provost Compliance and Policy, EH&S, Academic Affairs, etc.
-Experience working with word processing, spreadsheet, email, presentation, and database application programs, automated personnel systems, and forensic detection software and programs. Experience researching information via the internet.
-Experience developing, implementing, and monitoring training programs and training documents for target audience using appropriate grammar and language.
-Experience organizing and presenting (public speaking) large and small training seminars, conferences, presentations, and workshops, including all required logistical details.
-Advance degree (e.g., MS, MPH, MBA, JD).
-Education or experience in life sciences.
-Knowledge of campus organizational structure.
-Experience in the operations of a major research university, preferably a public university.
-Knowledge of UC policies, procedures and guidelines in the area of research compliance and integrity.
-Experience working with diverse populations at all levels of a higher education organization, including faculty, senior administrators, legal representatives, corporate headquarters personnel, and external governmental agency representatives.
-Experience supervising, training, and monitoring student(s) assistants.
This position is a critical position and subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation including criminal history and identity checks.
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.
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