Director Research Job Description Sample
Job Description Summary
Dallas Director, Research
The Research Director will be highly integrated into business development strategies, participation in sales presentations, and managing the local Research Team.
This position is client facing, delivering presentations on the local market to top institutional investors and will manage all local research activity in partnership with the Managing Principal.
The Research Director will primarily cover the local market working closely with brokerage professionals in a variety of CRE property types.
Manage all local research activity, including quarterly reporting,
Hire, train, manage, and mentor Research staff as well as work with other markets to source additional help, if needed
Prepare market leadership for media interviews or appearances and partner with Marketing/Communications for new business development pursuits.
Contribute to business development, proactively engaging in business pursuits and collaborating with Managing Principal and brokers
Analyze market trends and develop thought leadership reports to communicate those to stakeholders
Accountable for prompt and accurate responses to requests as well as ownership of overall analysis performed by research team
Bachelor's degree required
7+ years of experience in consulting, research, business development, commercial real estate or related field
3-5+ years of supervisory experience building high performing teams
Strong professional presence to participate in business development presentations
Ability to communicate and analyze market conditions for business development
Ability to successfully resolve problems with minimal direction
Advanced writing skills
Excellent interpersonal skills, organizational savvy, and emotional intelligence
Exceptional project management and organizational skills
Cushman & Wakefield provides equal employment opportunity. Discrimination of any type will not be tolerated. Cushman & Wakefield is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law.
Director Research Finance Clinical Research Center Admin
Qualifications: BachelOR's degree required Minimum yearsin management of accounting/financial analysis, required Minimum yearsof experience in managing both federal and non-federal research funds, required/ yearsof management or team leadership supervisory experience Thorough knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles Knowledge of research accounting processes, procedures and financial controls, including revenue cycle management charge capture, coding, payor compliance; supply management, cost reduction principles and purchasing principles Experience and familiarity with federal compliance standards associated with receipt of federal funds and OMB A-133; knowledge of financial analysis techniques; knowledge and understanding of the expectations and requirements of external internal auditing Thorough understanding of general ledger systems including the interfaces between the general ledger and subsystems; advanced skills in spreadsheets, databases and report writing software.
Ability to manage and understand data; motivated and intuitive thinker Ability to prioritize organize, plan, and implement services as well as handle multiple projects/problems simultaneously Demonstrated communication, leadership, and team building skills: evidence of this should include dealing well with people, effective problem solving, appropriately confronting issues, motivating others as individuals and as groups, planning, organizing and directing the activities of others. Demonstrated skill iWorking with minimal supervision Effective written and verbal communication Strong analytical skills for reviewing financial operations, complex transactions, new programs and contract pricing Aptitude and expertise in the use of personal computers and software including spreadsheets and word processing Ability to develop financial systems to support new or expanded operations
Managing VP, Research Business Analytics, Research Director
The Managing Vice President of the Research Business Analytics is responsible for leading and developing a growing global team of high-performing business data analysts, data scientists, modelers and forecasters who arm executives and managers with the strategic and operational insights necessary to manage and advance a high-growth business.
Leading, motivating, developing and coaching team managers and senior level individual contributors. Expanding and continuously improving the team's influence and impact with executives and senior leaders.
Providing thought leadership and strategic vision to drive the creation and implementation of innovative, long-term, global solutions that meet strategic business unit and corporate goals and expand and improve Research and Advisory functions and services.
Partnering with Research management to strategize, analyze and take decisions of significant business and financial impact to the Research and Advisory organization and the overall Gartner business.
Providing business expertise, strategic vision, innovation, line and business management and thought leadership to drive continuous improvements in the value Research and Advisory Strategy and Research Business Analytics deliver to the business.
Serving as an active member of the Research and Advisory Strategy Leadership Team, working with Research senior management to devise appropriate solutions to business-critical needs and problems.
Providing leadership, business guidance and coaching within a global function, making informed decisions and having autonomy, along with ultimate responsibility, to ensure deliverables. Managing all aspects of Research Business Analytics inclusive of resources, budget & deliverables.
Prioritizing multiple competing time demands, balancing workload across the team, managing a high performance culture, and building breadth-and-depth as the team expands to support increasing business demands.
Driving complex projects aligned to high priority business objectives, and working closely with partners across the business including IT, Finance, HR, Product Management, Events and Sales.
Partnering with IT to drive a complex portfolio of CAPEX and integration initiatives within the Business Intelligence domain. Providing the strategic vision for the portfolio and all its components and driving execution against that vision.
Delivering key capabilities through reporting and analytics, dashboards, self-serve analytics tools and the successful execution of complex projects while driving continuous improvement in the business analytic capabilities across Research & Advisory leadership and Gartner as a whole.
Driving the strategic evolution of current analytic capabilities while further expanding advanced analytic, data visualization and machine learning capabilities.
15+ years progressive business experience, preferably in a strategy, analytics or business consulting role, including 5+ years building and leading teams responsible for strategic analytics, executive reporting and the development and deployment of dashboards and self-serve analytic tools.
Results-oriented leader with excellent business vision and strategic thinking and a proven track record of solving complex problems, thinking creatively and successfully drawing the larger business story out of facts and data.
Strong knowledge of general business practices with a proven ability to establish trusted business relationships across business units, gain consensus and drive action from a large, diverse global set of constituents.
Demonstrated ability to lead projects and teams in a fast-paced environment and to inspire rapid adoption of change in a complex matrixed organization with distributed virtual teams. Ability to prioritize & handle multiple requests concurrently and consistently deliver superior results in a timely fashion.
Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver compelling executive-level presentations. Excellent verbal & written communication skills with demonstrated ability to convey complex concepts and analyses in an accessible and compelling way.
In-depth knowledge of data governance and statistical principles and their application to data analysis, advanced analytics, modeling and forecasting. Familiarity with relational databases and SQL coupled with facility with programming languages, statistical packages and BI toolsets.
Bachelor's Degree required. Master's and/or Doctoral degree strongly preferred. Degrees with a concentration in statistics, data science, operational research, finance or economics preferred.
Job ID 00019955
Director Research - Clinical Research Center
Swedish Medical Center is looking for a Research Director to work in the Clinical Research Center at the Swedish First Hill Campus in Seattle, WA.
The Research Director is responsible for providing leadership and direction for the management of research programs, and providing administrative oversight in the development and implementation of institutional policies and procedures relating to the conduct of research projects.
In this position, you will:
Develop and communicate research goals, objectives and mission to appropriate parties, insuring that activities are congruent with overall mission, values, vision and goals of the neuroscience research program and Research Center.
Be accountable for financial management (profit/loss), compliance, and conduct of research projects funded by Federal, for-profit, and non-profit entities.
Be accountable for competency and wellbeing of research staff
Promote an environment of cooperation and collaboration between internal investigators and the surrounding research community
Work in conjunction with internal and external boards to promote ethical research and community involvement
Required qualifications for this position include:
Graduate degree in science and/or business preferred at a minimum. Post Graduate degree preferred (or equivalent experience).
Minimum of five years experience in research administration at academic or independent research institution
Advanced working knowledge of regulatory requirements (federal, state and local) for administration of research
Financial management experience
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
Long-term strategic vision and ability to present ideas effectively in a variety of settings
Working knowledge of computers (either DOS-based or Macintosh), standard office software packages (Word, WordPerfect, Lotus, Excel, Access, Power Point, etc.), standard office equipment (photocopiers, facsimiles, telephones, pagers, etc.)
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
- Knowledgeable about research development
- A team player, able to work with all levels of employees in a respectful and supportive way
About the First Hill Campus:
The 697-bed tertiary-care center on the Swedish/First Hill campus is the flagship of the Swedish health-care system. Swedish/First Hill has one of the most active and advanced birthing programs in Washington State and houses a Level III neonatal intensive-care unit. More surgeries are performed each year at Swedish/First Hill than at any other facility in the region; volumes include more total joint replacements than any other medical center in the state.
Clinical Research Director/Sr. Clinical Research Director
MacroGenics is a leader in the discovery and development of innovative medicines that utilize our next generation antibody-based technologies. Our team of 300+ dedicated individuals is advancing a pipeline of product candidates to treat patients with cancer as well as various autoimmune disorders and infectious diseases. Our products and platforms have attracted multiple partnerships with leading pharmaceutical companies around the globe.
The Company considers its employees to be its most valuable asset and we are committed to providing opportunities for individuals to learn and grow as a means to further their professional development. MacroGenics' corporate culture promotes an atmosphere of innovation, open communication and teamwork where employees can see firsthand how they contribute to the success of the organization.
Summary of Position
The Clinical Research Director/Sr. Clinical Research Director provides medical input to all aspects of product development, for new and innovative treatments being developed in patients. Will serve as scientific and medical member for clinical team(s) working closely with clinical project lead, the regulatory Lead, and the operational lead(s) for overall programs within the therapeutic area. Develops clinical study concepts based on thorough scientific review and consultation with internal and external experts as well as senior scientists. Acts as author/developer of clinical summary and other supporting documents for regulatory submissions and for publications.
Responsibilities and Job Duties
- Collaborates with colleagues in clinical development and operations, research, bio
Pharma development and manufacturing, regulatory affairs, and product safety to participate in protocol development and the design of studies, statistical design, CRO selection and management, site monitoring, safety, clinical support of regulatory interaction, study reporting for new products that will ensure regulatory approval and commercial success.
Ensures that study design is scientifically robust, suitable to test the trial's hypothesis, and likely to meet the objectives of the study while ensuring the safety of the patients participating in the Company's sponsored clinical trials.
Interacts closely with the pre-clinical team, to understand the scientific basis of targeted therapy, and to apply this knowledge to articulating therapeutic strategies and comprehending biomarker exploration and provides clinical and medical perspective to preclinical development programs.
Responsible for medical components of the design, execution, and reporting of study protocols as well as (in collaboration with other team members) labeling and regulatory communications under the direction of the clinical leader or delegate.
Directly develops or guides development of scientific/medical portions of clinical study reports, safety reports, and regulatory submissions to assure production of high quality documents.
Directs protocol implementation, including site identification and communication, attend investigators' meetings, correspond with sites including IRBs, and interact with operations teams.
Supports data analysis and assembly, including clinical study report writing, contribution to the preparation of abstracts, presentations, and manuscripts.
Organizes clinical advisory boards, steering committees and data safety monitoring boards as required.
Acts as primary developer of clinical/scientific content for communications with regulatory agencies and IRBs/ethics boards.
Ensures the feasibility of the study by incorporating study design elements that are ethical and consistent with standard of care and applicable local practices.
Responsible for establishing and maintaining communications with prominent clinical investigators in his/her particular field of expertise.
Works with international colleagues and with external Alliance partners on research initiatives and regulatory issues.
Serving as an information resource to the Company with regard to the science of the field, the competitive landscape in research, and the current state of treatment in areas of unmet medical need.
Oversees and provides leadership to colleagues involved in clinical trial execution.
Ensures consistent practices with the highest ethical standards in compliance with internal SOPs, local regulations, and laws.
Education & Credentials
M.D., with subspecialty board eligibility/certification in oncology
Clinical Research Director
Minimum of 3 years of successful clinical research and/or drug development experience in biologics
Experience in immuno-oncology clinical research
Prior clinical development experience for/in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry or academic medical setting.
Possesses early phase clinical development experience
Sr. Clinical Research Director
Minimum of 5 years of successful clinical research and/or drug development experience in biologics
Several years of experience working in the field of oncology
Possesses a mix of both early and late phase clinical development experience
Two years of clinical development experience for/in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry setting.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Ability to collaborate effectively with many functional areas and a positive track record of working within the team setting
Understanding of the unique product safety, clinical development and regulatory requirements of biological products
Well-regarded for intellectual strength and achievement as a clinical scientist
Effective influence and relationship management skills with internal and external partners
Demonstrate the ability to think creatively and strategically
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills demonstrating ability to organize, interpret and communicate complex information effectively and succinctly including formal and informal presentations
Strong understanding of principles of GCP, ICH and CFR
Working understanding of statistical principles and guidelines as these apply to clinical trials
None at this time
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Director ( Or Senior Research Manager) - Health And Pharmaceutical Research (12398)
Director (or Senior Research Manager)
Healthcare is a worldwide specialization that focuses on understanding how the motivations, experiences, and interactions of various stakeholders impact the success of medications and health-related programs within the pharmaceutical industry. The open position is within the Oncology Center of Excellence, a specialist team that focused exclusively on cancer.
As a Director (or Senior Research Manager), you will lead a team of researchers and provide strategic insight to our clients in the delivery of research services to our Oncology clients. You have:
Expertise in quantitative research design, interpretation and analysis of results
Proven success building and maintaining client relationships
Experience in Healthcare market research & consulting, and a strong interest in Oncology
Passion for helping clients make critical business decisions through monitoring, analyzing, and integrating multiple sources of data
Manage all aspects of the research process from proposal writing and research design, analysis and interpretation of results through preparation of reports and delivery of presentations
Mentor research analysts to provide insightful and reliable results in a timely manner
Consider project budgets and work with team to ensure all aspects of a research program operate within scope—noting red flags and/or opportunities to work more cost effectively
Maintain strong client relationships and work to develop those relationships through frequent client contact including travel to client sites, leading meetings/presentations, and delivering insightful, thoughtful research
Proactively seek opportunities for client engagement including discussion of broader business issues and interesting trends (i.e., not just project logistics)
Ideal Candidate has the following Skills and Experience
At least 5 - 10 years of direct market research experience—client-side experience an asset
At least 3 years of supervisory experience (i.e., managing a team of research professionals)
Proven experience building and managing successful client relationships
Ability to manage complex, multi-faceted research programs and to create, manage, and commit to a project plan, schedule and budget
Data savvy with a strong attention to detail and accuracy
Resourceful, pragmatic, and flexible but always standards-oriented
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Able to adjust presentation style and focal points "on the fly" based on audience, context and feedback.
Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills with the ability to prioritize multiple projects and tasks and delegate effectively
Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software systems; SPSS experience a plus, but not necessary
Bachelor's Degree or higher
Domestic travel is mandatory. Overall time dedicated to travel will be ~20%.
The ideal candidate is able to spend at least 3 days per week in Ipsos' office in NYC, Parsippany/Mahway (NJ),Norwalk (CT), Chicago (IL), Culver City (CA), Boston (MA), or Indianapolis (IN) but a remote will be considered for the right candidate.
Director Of Clinical Research - Clinical Research
Providence is calling a Director of Clinical Research to Providence John Wayne Cancer Institute Santa Monica, CA.
In this position you will:
Collaborate in the development and implementation of strategic plans to identify target markets to provide cutting edge research for specific disease sites, participating and referring physicians, geographical areas, age, and demographic segments.
Establish and facilitate relationships with physicians, physician organizations, including, but not limited to cardiologists, oncologists, radiation oncologists, and surgical oncologists to help assure research needs are being met within the community for specific patient populations.
Plan, coordinate and direct the oversight of all aspects of clinical research trials including justification, feasibility, reporting and funding.
Work closely with appropriate participating site managers and staff to ensure effective administration of clinical trials, actively addressing any issues with patient accruals, quality of data management and operational matters.
Develop and implement mechanism for coordinating multi-site investigator-initiated trials utilizing the participating sites of the Los Angeles ministries and the infrastructure of the Office of Clinical Research (OCR).
Review potential research opportunities with Executive Director and Principal Investigators to evaluate for program development goals and assists in selection process and opening of appropriate studies.
Review potential collaborations with ancillary departments with the Regional Director to determine which best meets the needs of the region's clinical research program.
Evaluate research data and reviews study results with PI's for compliance with institutional and study specific regulations.
Develop and implements departmental policies and procedures to improve organizational performance standards.
Collaborate with Research Finance on research budgets and financial tracking to ensure programs are achieving set metrics and financial goals.
Collaborateswith Manager of Regulatory affairs to maintain regulatory and professional standards/requirements.
Work closely with Regional Directors to oversee all aspects of clinical research operations and research–related patient care activities on a daily basis.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Bachelor's degree in health related field or equivalent
7-10 years of clinical research experience required
5-7 years in management of clinical trials (including oncology) is required.
3-5 years of management or team leadership/supervisory experience.
Experience in managing clinical research data collection, reporting, outcomes, quality improvement, and standards/pathways.
Experience in meeting (CFR, GCP, ICH, OHRP guidelines), as well as other Federal, State and Local regulations surrounding human research and gene therapy practices.
Must have experience in setting up data management systems.
Knowledge of DHHS, CFR, OHRP, CGP, NCI, NIH and other relevant regulations concerning grant administration, costing and compliance issues.
Knowledge of Investigator-initiated trials (IIT), coordinating center responsibilities for multi-site IIT's, electronic data capture systems.
Understanding of current issues and trends in biomedical research, including ethical considerations.
Demonstrated communication, leadership, and team building skills: evidence of this should include dealing well with people, effective problem solving, appropriately confronting issues, motivating others as individuals and as groups, planning, organizing and directing the activities of others.
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
- Masters degree or Ph.D
About the hospital you will serve:
The John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John's Health Center is a cancer research institute dedicated to the understanding and curing of cancer in order to eliminate patient suffering worldwide. The Institute's mission is accomplished by conducting innovative research focused on biological mechanisms to provide new understandings of the cause, diagnosis, control, and cure of cancer; training the next generation of surgical scientists who study and treat cancer; and researching unique experimental treatment services to rapidly develop and test new forms of diagnosis and therapy in order to improve the quality of life and expected survival of those afflicted with cancer.
Associate Director And Senior Research Professor, Bureau Of Business And Economic Research (2009-254)
The University of Montana invites applications for an Associate Director and Senior Research Professor with the Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER). The position directs a high-visibility research program with significant outside funding in Health Care Industry Research, including the Kids Count Program. As the Associate Director you are expected to conduct peer-reviewed research and communicate findings to the public in non-technical language, including presentations at the Montana Economic Outlook Seminars. You must be able to attract grants, contracts and other outside funding and direct the development of the program, working with others in the BBER in a collaborative manner. Growth in the program, including the addition of staff and/or supervisory responsibilities, are under the Health Care Director's direction.
The University of Montana is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and has a strong institutional commitment to the principle of diversity in all areas. In that spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of qualified people who would assist the University in demonstrating its essential values of innovation and creativity, impact, openness and partnership.
The candidate must have a Ph.D. in economics or a related field, a demonstrated capacity to conduct peer-reviewed research and make non-technical public presentations. The position requires independence, initiative, leadership, communications and persistence. The incumbent must be thoroughly trained in economics and knowledgeable of health care policy and the issues involved.
The ideal candidate has a demonstrated capacity to independently direct and grow a high-visibility research program. The ability to manage all aspects of a research program, including budgets and personnel, research development and strategic planning, is central to this position.
Position is full-time, 1.0 FTE, MUS Contract and includes a comprehensive and competitive benefits package including Insurance package, mandatory retirement plan, partial tuition waiver, and wellness program.
Salary for this position is AUBER (Association for University Business and Economic Research) competitive.
About UM and the Bureau of Business and Economic Research
The BBER has grown to become one of the largest and most successful business research centers in the country. That growth has come through an increase in external funding, which has resulted from growth in the BBER's specialized expertise. Housed on the Missoula campus of the University of Montana, the bureau is the research and public service branch of the College of Business Administration. More information is available in the BBER annual report and on the BBER website.
The University of Montana is a unit of the Montana University System with more than 11,000 undergraduate and graduate students and 500+ full-time faculty members. It is located in Missoula, a culturally vibrant community of about 70,000, and was recently ranked in the "top 20 best college towns with a population of less than 250,000" by the American Institute for Economic Research and ranked 9th in Outside Magazine's "The 16 Greatest Places to Live in America" in 2014. Many national publications recognize Missoula for its high quality of life. Abundant recreational opportunities in surrounding state and national forests and nearby Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park complement a thriving intellectual atmosphere.
To learn more about the University of Montana, Missoula, and the State of Montana, please visit the links below.
Bureau of Business and Economic Research
University of Montana
City of Missoula
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Missoula Area Chamber of Commerce
State of Montana
Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park
Criminal Background Investigation is required prior to Offer of Employment.
In accordance with University policy, finalists for this position will be subject to criminal background investigations.
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Employment Eligibility. All New Employees must be eligible and show employment eligibility verification by the first date of employment at UM, as legally required (e.g., Form I-9).
How to ApplyPriority Application Date: July 24, 2018
Applications received by this date will be guaranteed consideration. Application review will begin on July 25 and continue until the position is filled.
Please submit the following application materials via "New Resume/CV" button below.
Please note: only five (5) attachments are allowed per application. Please combine documents accordingly.
Letter of Interest – addressing your qualifications and experience related the stated required skills for the position.
Detailed Resume – listing education and describing work experience.
Professional References – names and contact information for three (3) professional references.
Transcripts – copies of official transcripts. Official transcripts will be requested at time of hire.
Assistant Director Of Research Compliance - Export Control And Facility Security Officer
Assistant Director of Research Compliance - Export Control and Facility Security Officer
Export Control Compliance Program
Reviews research projects, invention disclosures, material transfer agreements, and other UF efforts for export control issues.
Responsible for developing, implementing, and monitoring Technology Control Plans (TCP) and related export exemptions/exceptions.
Leads the annual review of active TCPs.
Creates University of Florida (UF) export control forms and checklists.
Develops and implements export control training programs for faculty, staff, and students.
Develops UF guidelines, policies, and procedures related to export control in collaboration with other offices.
Acts as a liaison to Sponsored Programs and provides subject-matter expertise during contract negotiations.
Responsible for the export control outreach efforts, both within and outside the University (e.g., represents UF at regional and national export control meetings; leads the UF Export Control Working Group).
Authors the content for the export control webpage and serves as the UF liaison for internal and external audits/reviews of the UF Export Control compliance program.
Identifies and tracks Export Control Program metrics.
Drafts and monitors all export control related license applications, including International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) licenses and Technical Assistance Agreements, Export Administration Regulations (EAR) licenses, and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) licenses.
Drafts commodity jurisdiction and commodity classification requests.
Supports UF faculty and staff when exporting information or equipment outside of the United States, including providing expertise on U.S. Customs and Border Protection requirements and filing Electronic Export Information (EEI) paperwork.
Facility Security Officer (FSO) Duties and Responsibilities
Administers UF's Facility Security program in accordance with the National Industrial Security Program Manual (NISPOM) standards and all applicable federal requirements.
Assigns security duties to other UF facility/industrial security personnel.
Attends applicable training courses and maintains competency in NISPOM and other federal requirements.
Serves as UF's Facility Security liaison with the Defense Security Service (DSS) and other federal agencies.
Provides security education training and awareness and plays a crucial role in safeguarding classified information.
Conducts self-inspections, security trainings, briefings, and debriefings.
Prepares and submits required reports to applicable government oversight agencies and oversees classified visits at UF.
Maintains familiarity with internal and external research compliance developments and regulations, including but not limited to, ITAR, EAR, OFAC embargoes and sanctions regulations, Department of Energy (DOE) 10 C.F.R. Part 810, Assistance to Foreign Atomic Energy Activities, DOE 10 C.F.R. Part 110 Export and Import of Nuclear Equipment and Material, and Automated Export System/Electronic Export Information filing rules.
Drafts comments to federal regulations on behalf of the UF Office of Research, as assigned.
Provides back-up support for all compliance programs within the Division of Research Compliance and Global Support (DRCGS), as assigned.
Supervises the Export Control Administrative Support Assistant.
Supervises the Assistant FSO Administrative Assistant.
Oversees the facility security-related duties of the Assistant FSO Administrative Assistant housed within the College of Engineering.
Assists the Director of Research Compliance and Global Support in managing the day-to-day operations of the Division, as well as supervising other office staff as needed.
- Participates in the compilation of data required for internal and external analysis and reporting.
Leads special projects and serves on various UF work groups, as assigned.
Commensurate with Education and Experience.
Master's degree in an appropriate area and two years of relevant experience; or a bachelor's degree in an appropriate area and four years of relevant experience.
Strong leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills.
Ability to understand and interpret complex regulatory requirements and apply them in an academic setting.
Currently hold an active U.S. security clearance at the SECRET level.
Export control compliance experience in an academic setting.
Ph.D. or Juris Doctor degree.
Science, engineering, or legal background.
Program management and supervisory experience.
Experience managing a facility/industrial security program under the NISPOM.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
This position is open until filled. Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
In order to be considered, applicants must upload a cover letter, resume and list of professional references.
To comply with U.S. export laws and regulations, applicants must be "U.S. Persons" as defined by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) (22 CFR §120.15).
A criminal background check is required.
This requisition has been reposted. Previous applicants are still under consideration and need not apply.
Health Assessment Required:No
Director Collaboration & Corporate Research Contract
Req ID: 20312
Employment Status: AF - Active
Lead and direct the Office of Collaborative and Corporate Research Contracts. Responsible for leading the day-to-day centralized administration of office's contract services to support CHOP faculty and staff, and to facilitate the negotiation and execution of research agreements. This office will facilitate the negotiation of Clinical Trial Agreements, Sponsored Research Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements, Consortium Agreements, Faculty Consulting Agreements, Material Transfer Agreements, Data Use Agreements and other agreements as appropriate (such as subaward agreements for Industry Sponsored Clinical Trials) on behalf of CHOP Principal Investigators. The Director will collaborate with companies, sponsors, academic institutions, subawardees, etc. to help advance research at CHOP. Develop, interpret and apply CHOP policies, and interpret and apply laws and regulations to ensure compliance and best practices at CHOP. Provide advice, counsel and strategic direction to the Vice President, Office of Technology Transfer, Commercialization and Innovation and maintain a dotted line partnership with the Office of General Counsel, the Vice President Research Administration & Operations, and the Assistant Vice President and Chief Clinical Research Officer (as well other senior research and hospital administration).
Leads contracting staff with professional expertise and manages senior contracting staff. Research, introduce, share, customize, and benchmark best practices in contract negotiation, contract management, and professional development.
Develops and leads outstanding research support services that enable faculty to fulfill their clinical and research missions as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Develops, refines, and leads contract intake processes, negotiation and management around the needs of faculty and their research programs to maximize the metric "time-spent-as-a-researcher."
Builds professional, effective relationships with faculty, staff, senior management, clinical and research leaders, and collaborative partners.
Mentors and coaches senior contracting staff to aid in training and development to ensure that departmental objectives are met with regard to customer service. Fosters and builds a collaborative team within and across functional lines to achieve world-class performance. Oversees the hiring, training and education, evaluation, discipline and/or discharge of staff within Collaborative and Corporate Research Contracts.
Serves on behalf of CHOP as an institutional signature authority for contracts and agreements within the purview of the office.
Creates and sustains an open, transparent environment that collaborates with other units within CHOP to meet the needs of CHOP faculty and staff.
Oversees the operations of the office managing Clinical Trial Agreements, Sponsored Research Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements, Consortium Agreements, Faculty Consulting Agreements, Material Transfer Agreements, Data Use Agreements and other agreements as appropriate as a single point of service for CHOP faculty and staff.
Meet with new/current faculty and staff to gather information and discuss possible relationships or change in relationship with CHOP.
Provide leadership and oversee training and mentoring to contracts team to assist in the development and communication of new or revised contract terms and processes.
Review, comprehend and understand contracts within CHOP. Understand the interpretation of the contract from a CHOP perspective and apply that understanding to contract administration and coordination.
Develop outreach, education and negotiation strategies in collaboration with CHOP Office of General Counsel.
Develop and oversee the maintenance of contract management databases that reports on the status of key contracting metrics, including all pending and executed agreements, including expiration dates, time to negotiate, etc.
Assist in the development and implementation of strategic plan for contracting services, including the continued development and implementation of staffing and negotiation strategies, identifying state of the art tools to facilitate the transparency and administration of contracts, and cultivating a system of robust contracting standards.
Perform special projects and other duties as assigned.
Job Responsibilities (Continued)
Job Responsibilities (Continued)
Required Licenses, Certifications, Registrations
Required Education and Experience
Required Education: Bachelors degree
Required Experience: At least seven (7) years of experience in contract negotiation in an academic or university setting.
Preferred Education, Experience & Cert/Lic
Preferred Education: Juris Doctorate
Preferred Experience: At least seven (7) years of experience in leadership of an academic or university contracting office.
Additional Technical Requirements
A high level of sophistication related to leadership, communication, creativity, management, problem solving, and institutional strategic planning are key requirements for success
Ability to function as a team leader, to influence and direct others without direct authority and to function independently
A proven track record of providing excellent customer service in a complex organization
Strong analytical, management, and communication skills
Contracting and negotiation skills
Ability to translate faculty and researcher needs and feedback into coherent project plans and new or improved services
Excellent communication skills - oral and written - and the interpersonal skills needed quickly to establish relationships of trust and collaboration
Ability to train and participate in the professional development of staff
Ability to manage multiple projects of differing scale and duration
Expert knowledge of federal regulations related to research
All CHOP employees who work in a patient building or who provide patient care are required to receive an annual influenza vaccine unless they are granted a medical or religious exemption.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for its patients, family members, visitors and employees. In an effort to achieve this goal, employment at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, other than for positions with regularly scheduled hours in New Jersey, is contingent upon an attestation that the job applicant does not use tobacco products or nicotine in any form and a negative nicotine screen (the latter occurs after a job offer).
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability or protected veteran status.
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