Institutional Review Board Director (Human Research Protection Program) - Hybrid

Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia
$106,414.00 - $144,723.00
Posted Date
Jan 26, 2023

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Position Type
Administrative, Academic Affairs, Institutional Research & Planning
Employment Level
Employment Type
Full Time

Come join the Georgia Tech family and see what all the "buzz" is about! 

The Georgia Institute of Technology is seeking an energetic, knowledgeable leader to serve as the next IRB Director.

The IRB Director oversees day-to-day operations of the IRB office in support of the review and approval of all sponsored and unsponsored human subjects research performed by Georgia Institute of Technology faculty, students and staff to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations, standards, and institutional policies and procedures. The Director provides leadership, training and support to the IRB chair, board members, study teams, and IRB staff on ethical principles, laws, regulations, policies and business processes regarding the review and conduct of human subjects research at Georgia Tech. Georgia Tech faculty, staff and student investigators conduct a broad array of cutting-edge human subjects research including studies in the social, behavioral and international research realms. Biomedical research involves interventional FDA-regulated clinical trials in collaboration with other academic universities and research centers.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone seeking a work environment where the (growing!) team is dedicated serving outstanding research but prioritizes a work/life balance. 

Strong ability to manage and maintain effective working relationships with diverse population, ability to perform and effectively make important decisions under pressure.

Advanced knowledge mastery of Title 45 Code of Federal Regulations Part 46 including Subparts A, B, C, and D (the Common Rule); Title 21 CFR Part 50, 56, 312 and 812 (the Food & Drug Regulations); the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); and 32 CFR Part 219 (the Department of Defense).
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: Human Subject Research IRB program experience at progressively increasing levels of responsibility, including management experience. Must be capable of supporting protocols on research projects that may have CUI and export controls.
PREFERRED EXPERIENCES: Familiarity with FDA regulatory affairs and clinical trials processes. This will not be a primary responsibility of this position, but the IRB staff work closely with these processes.

Expert in written and verbal communication, analytical thinking, people management, customer service, organization, interpersonal relationship building, and creativity skills. Proficient with Microsoft Office products and problem-solving; strong attention to detail.

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