June 18, 2024
Neuro-Memory and Aging
Full Time
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The Admin Officer 3 (AO3) will use skills as a seasoned and experienced professional to oversee all project management and administrative aspects of 1-2 complex, multi-center, NIH-funded clinical research projects. The position works closely with the PI to develop project timelines and milestones for all project components and will report weekly to PI on timeline status and attainment of milestones. The position assists with hiring and supervision of research coordinators and other staff members that make up the project team.  The Admin Officer 3 will develop meeting schedules with the executive team and all project component teams, including organizing weekly and monthly meetings, as necessary.  The AO3 interacts closely with the UCSF Pre-Award team to ensure timely award set-up, execution of sub-contracts to all sites, and vendors, completion of progress reports, and other pre-award activities as necessary. The position interacts closely with the UCSF Neurology Post-Award financial management staff to monitor spending, oversee and develop budget projects, and ensure payment of invoices.  The incumbent will demonstrate good judgement in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions. The AO3 will collaborate with the executive team to ensure timely preparation and submission of single IRB application to cover all clinical performance sites, and works with performance sites to ensure local submission of necessary documentation to rely on central IRB and timely protocol initiation. The AO3 will prepare annual reports for NIH and other funders, and will work with data management to ensure timely study database setup and monitoring of data entry, including quality.  The position will monitor and prepare metrics on study enrollment, data entry, and other key project components as part of the project management, as well as assist with the analyses and generation of abstracts and manuscripts based on study data.  Other duties as assigned.

**This is a 2-year contract position with the potential to be extended if needed. Candidate must be willing to relocate or be local from the Bay area or surrounding city to available for onsite visits. 


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