Professional Associate II
The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) supports the University of Kentucky by promoting ethical conduct of human research and educating UK students and employees regarding research misconduct, regulations, and data ownership. The ORI supports several federally mandated review committees.
The ORI is currently seeking a Professional Associate II to administer the Quality Improvement Program. The QIP serves to evaluate human research protections at varying levels, increase awareness of existing processes, and acquire information necessary for enhancing protections. This provides a means to assess the university's level of compliance with federal, state, and institutional regulations. The Professional Associate II will conduct and review directed on-site reviews, PI self-assessment reviews, and administrative assessment reviews.
This position will also assist with coordination of the business of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) by screening, preparing, and distributing the review documentation, coordinating the meetings, and preparing post-meeting follow-up correspondence.
Competitive applicants will have strong communication skills, the ability to work in a deadline-driven environment, and be capable of working independently. The Professional Associate II will interact effectively with a variety of people on and off campus.
Professional Associate II
40148:Office of Research Integrity
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Sitting for long periods of time; and repetitive motion related to computer use.
Monday-Friday; 8:00 am-5:00pm.
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