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Regulatory Specialist - Cancer Center (Clinical Trials Office) (Job ID #132937)
University of Illinois Cancer Center - Chicago, IL
The University of Illinois Cancer Center is seeking candidates for a Regulatory Specialist position. This position develops and manages various clinical study protocols related to cancer research and oversees related regulatory requirements to ensure compliance. The Regulatory Specialist also develops and maintains regulatory documents to achieve and maintain compliance with internal, external and federal policies and regulations that apply to the conduct of clinical trials. See full ad and submit application online by 7/13/2020 at: jobs.uic.edu/job-board/job-details?jobID=132937
A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline required.
Minimum of three years of related research experience; in regulatory compliance preferred.
Experience in a clinical research setting preferred.
Knowledge of and experience working with Federal Regulations and IRB's required.
Experience with oncology research protocols preferred
Certification in one of the following: SoCRA, ACRP, PRIM&R preferred and required within 2 years of hire.
Strong communication skills; ability to communicate clearly and concisely both in written and verbal communication.
The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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