- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
Job location: Miami, FL
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted data: 2019-11-08
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The Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Clinic is actively seeking a Regulatory Analyst. The Regulatory Analyst will be responsible for conducting the on-site audits, reviewing consolidated records (the results of the records once the new data are added), designing, reviewing and testing the revised treatment matrix which will identify possible cancers from claims data.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Attend SDG Meetings to provide regulatory updates and guidance.
- Build and maintain a working relationship with regulatory staff and provide guidance to Regulatory Specialist (RS).
- Assist the Sr. Regulatory Analyst (RA) in the aspects of regulatory related issues.
- Ensure compliance of general and study specific regulatory related processes with SOPs, FDA, NIH, and applicable regulations for the reporting of events to regulatory agencies.
- Provide regulatory support for new and ongoing research studies. Includes but not limited to correspondence with institutional and federal regulators, study file documentation creation and maintenance.
- Completion of the new protocol submission packet with the information provided by PRC as well as any additional required documentation (i.e. local protocol, HIPAA forms, etc.). Modifying and standardizing consent forms for IRB submission is required. In addition, must follow the entire initial submission process until the new study is approved.
- Communication with study staff to ensure the maintenance and accuracy of the Delegation of Duties and Authority Log (DOAL). Ensure in conjunction with the DOAL that all subsequent training (whether initial or with a new study protocol amendment/modification) is completed for all study personnel and documentation maintained within the regulatory binder.
- Attend required regulatory meetings.
- Update Trial Master File (TMF) for multi-center research trials.
- Communicate with the sponsor and/or contract research organization for completion and submission of regulatory documents via inter-links, regular mail, or email. This responsibility is sponsor-dependent.
- Communicate to the Regulatory Manager relevant aspects of the regulatory process that need improvement.
- Assist with the submission of an Investigational New Drug (FDA Form 1572) application to the FDA for institutional clinical trials.
- Assist in preparing regulatory documentation packets and create FDA 1572 Forms for IND filings.
- Assist PI with writing audit responses and follow-up on observation close-outs.
- Assist in maintenance of regulatory-related internal tracking databases and filing systems.
- Assist in compilation of regulatory-related metrics for use by senior management.
- Assist in the creation and maintenance of policies and procedures for the Regulatory Department (e.g. SOPs) as well as preparing PowerPoint presentations for SOP implementation and/or training.
- Ensure all necessary forms are submitted to the trial sponsor.
- Post regulatory documents including protocols, amendments, consent forms and safety reports to the CTMS system.
Job descriptions are not intended, and should not be construed to be exhaustive lists of all responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with a job. Management reserves the right to revise duties as needed.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Bachelor's degree
- 2+ years Regulatory Affairs experience in the clinical research industry or equivalent
- Good verbal and written communication and organizational skills.
- Ability to work well with a fast paced team of study personnel (PI, data and clinical).
- Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and independently.
- Experience with computer systems and software, including databases, spreadsheets, and word processing. Experience with Microsoft Office software.
- Familiarity with clinical research protocols including human subjects’ applications and informed consent documents.
- Ability to maintain patient confidentiality.
- Familiarity with medical terminology.
Any appropriate combination of relevant education, experience and/or certifications may be considered.
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