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Assistant Research Nurse Manager, Center for Translational Transplant Medicine (CTTM)

Georgetown University
Washington D.C.
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Assistant Research Nurse Manager, Center for Translational Transplant Medicine (CTTM) Georgetown University Medical Center

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Assistant Research Nurse Manager, Center for Translational Transplant Medicine (CTTM) - Georgetown University Medical Center

The Center for Translational Medicine (CTTM) is the research arm of the MedStar Georgetown Transplant Institute, one of the busiest abdominal transplant centers in the Atlantic region. Clinical trials transplant research requires constant management of both the study teams and also administrative and financial aspects of the trials. It is essential to have an Assistant Research Nurse Manager who not only understands clinically the health of patients, but also assures the research portfolio remains financially healthy and well-staffed to serve participants; and allows the Research Director to oversee all aspects of CTTM, including the basic science and translational lab.

Job Overview

The Assistant Research Nurse Manager for the Center for Translational Transplant Medicine (CTTM) functions as both an Assistant Nurse Manager (ANM) and as a Clinical Research Nurse (CRN).

As ANM they directly support the Research Director to oversee daily operations of the clinical research team - including coverage and staff scheduling, oversight of participant management through trials, tracking accruals and regulatory compliance, and human resource oversight including hiring, onboarding, ongoing training, and performance evaluation; and works independently with minimal supervision following institutional, departmental and nursing best practice. As CRN, they serve on two complex kidney clinical trials, as well as needed on other trials, such as medication instruction and compliance monitoring.

As CRN, they are an essential member of the multidisciplinary team that performs clinical research studies while simultaneously providing direct care to research subjects or patients as needed. Well-versed in the safety and regulatory aspects of clinical research studies, they adhere to safety guidelines and protocol compliance, conduct treatment and education, assist with data management, and will possess knowledge of regulations that apply to the safe conduct of human subjects research. As ANM, they are the go-to clinical lead for the clinical trials team, liaising with Principal Investigators (PIs) and assuring adverse event data and safety reporting is conducted compliantly per Protocols, the regulations, and institutional policies and SOPs. They also provide efficient implementation of the study protocol creating new systems as needed to ensure efficiency and study team satisfaction, provide direct input into the feasibility and selection of new trials; and perform all functions in accordance with all applicable District of Columbia and federal laws and regulations and Georgetown's philosophy, policies, procedures and standards.

Work Interactions

The Assistant Research Nurse Manager works under the direct supervision of, and reports to, the Research Director, who will delegate appropriate tasks to the ANM as needed. They oversee and work amongst a team of clinical research assistants and coordinators who support PIs through protocol implementation; and administers HR operations of the Center, including hiring, onboarding, training and mentoring new and existing staff; and also work closely with the multidisciplinary team, specifically as delegated by the Research Director and PIs.

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (or higher)
  • Current licensure to practice as a Registered Nurse in the District of Columbia.
  • 3 years of nursing experience - preference for acute care nursing
  • Basic Cardiac Life Support certification (Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification preferred)
  • Strong leadership experience with communication, and organizational skills
  • Solid basic nursing skills - including but not limited to - excellent phlebotomy and IV skills, and experienced in assessment and implementation of nursing care procedures such as taking medical histories, performing limited physicals, and performing patient education and medication instruction.
  • Computer skills for completion of daily job functions
  • Detail orientation and self-directed
  • Ability to adapt to an ever-changing environment with primary focus on patient safety
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft and Google platforms, as well as electronic data capture systems and clinical trials management systems
  • Availability and willingness to cover holidays or weekends as needed, beyond the standard Monday through Friday schedule.

Preferred qualification

Research management experience

Work Mode: On Campus. Please note that work mode designations are regularly reviewed in order to meet the evolving needs of the University. Such review may necessitate a change to a position's mode of work designation. Complete details about Georgetown University's mode of work designations for staff and AAP positions can be found on the Department of Human Resources Mode of Work Designation.

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EEO Statement:

Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, and sexual orientation), disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


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