Research Compliance and Development Administrator
Central Washington University is recruiting a Research Compliance and Development Administrator to join our Graduate Studies and Research team in Ellensburg, Washington. This role is an important member of our team as they enhance the vision for the University. The role is a campus-based position, which means you get to see the lives you are impacting. We're offering a salary, depending on experience, from $52,588 - $64,420 annually plus the fantastic CWU benefits.
The Research Compliance and Development Administrator serves as the primary contact person for federal oversight of university research at Central Washington University including, but not limited to, the Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP) and the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare. This position has administrative responsibility for human subject protection, animal care and use, and other research compliance activities as necessary. The Research Compliance and Development Administrator manages the privileged and confidential institutional review and approval process of all proposed human and animal research activities at Central Washington University to protect the safety, rights and welfare of human and animal research participants and to support the institution's compliance with state and federal regulations and applicable policies and procedures. The Research Compliance and Development Administrator also assists researchers regarding grant, grant writing, application materials preparation, develops training materials for and delivers educational programs to student, faculty, and staff investigators on the responsible conduct of research (RCR), compliance, and grant writing. All employees are expected to support CWU's commitment to diversity and to bring and support inclusion into the university environment.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
Minimum two years of experience in IRB/IACUC/research administration OR applicable combination of education and/or experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the essential functions of the position.
Direct experience in writing grants for submission to federal (NIH, NSF, DoEd, NASA) and non-Federal sponsors.
Familiarity with research ethics and methodologies.
Demonstrated ability and/or experience working with students and/or co-workers from a wide range of abilities, backgrounds and experiences.
Demonstrated ability and/or experience leading large, collaborative grant applications.
OR applicable combination of education and/or experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the essential functions of the position.
CWU is an EEO/AA/Title IX/Veteran/Disability Employer.