Compliance Analyst Administrator III - Band F Office of Research Integrity and Assurance (ORIA)
The Compliance Analyst reviews research proposals and related activities to assess (1) compliance with federal/state laws and regulations as well as institutional policies and procedures related to those areas of compliance that are managed by the Cornell's Office of Research Integrity and Assurance (ORIA), (2) determine necessary corrective actions, (3) work with compliance committees, investigators and other responsible individuals to implement those corrective actions, (4) maintain documentation of all such reviews and actions, and (5) participate in developing and implementing? policies, procedures and guidelines to ensure continued compliance, while ensuring minimum administrative burden on researchers and administrators, and maintaining the highest ethical standards for research. Such reviews include comparisons of grant applications and approved protocols for the use of human participants, live vertebrate animals or recombinant or synthetically modified organisms (r/sNA) to determine congruency and facilitate corrective actions, conducting for-cause audits that are the result of complaints filed with the research compliance committees, ORIA and/or the University, not-for-cause quality assurance reviews that will be randomly conducted to verify compliance with approved protocols and to identify the need for improvement in all levels of research compliance.
Bachelor's degree and 3-5 years' related experience or equivalent combination.Knowledge of research, writing or reviewing grant applications involving live vertebrate animals and human subjects, rDNA and biological agents,.Experience in organizing projects, problem solving and accurately assessing and analyzing information. Excellent attention to detail.Proven ability to expertly communicate complex research projects and procedures both verbally and in writing with faculty, students, peers and individuals at all levels in the organization; collaborate and organize compliance activities including reviews and site visits, convey analyses, findings and proposed corrective plans, and work together to achieve shared objectives.Knowledge of regulations involving research is desirable but not required. Demonstrated technical skills including standard Microsoft Office suite.
Masters or terminal degree in life sciences with experience conducting or managing or reviewing research is preferred.
Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
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