Job Listing - Professional Staff (exempt)
Research Compliance SpecialistDepartment: Office of Sponsored ProgramsJob Number: 13040Date Posted: 9/16/2013Status: Accepting applications
Ensures compliance with required regulations and laws related to research compliance for environmental health and safety, human safety/protection, conflicts of interest/research integrity, technology and material transfer, and other compliance regulatory mandates; provides key policy and analysis support in the preview of federal and state requirements and other government, local, and University mandates to ensure that the University and its employees are in compliance with these regulations; and responsible for provision of training and outreach to raise the awareness of research compliance at Gallaudet.
Bachelor's degree in accounting, business or other field associated with research administration or compliance plus two years professional experience (or Master's degree plus one year of experience) in research compliance within an institution of higher education. Familiarity with research compliance for: environmental health and safety, human safety/protection, conflicts of interest/research integrity, technology and material transfer, and other compliance regulatory mandates inherent in research at institutions of higher education. Excellent communication skills and strong organizational and interpersonal skills. Superior computer skills required to develop reports, maintain data, create special presentations, and electronic retrieval and/or submission of agency-generated compliance materials. Ability to work well under pressure when necessary and to reconcile differing points of view. Willingness to perform complex as well as routine tasks. Sign language skills not required at time of employment but must be willing to learn.
salary range: $42,500 to $76,400
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