The Research Program Integrator (RPI) is responsible for project managing defined research for the Molecular Imaging and Computed Tomography (MICT) business within GE Healthcare. The RPI leads cross-functional planning, tracking, communication of status, and execution of research activity. With primary focus on execution of GE Sponsored Studies – the RPI manages wing to wing execution for research activity taking defined projects from the strategic research management team through development, management, and closure, while meeting all quality, content, schedule, and budget targets.
- Project manages GE Sponsored studies. Works collaboratively with research managers and business stakeholders to develop study requirements, protocols, and project plans.
- Leads the cross-functional research activity team and project manages the activity to conduct assigned research activity and deliver the required deliverables per the business needs and defined study plan.
- This includes reporting of study progress and any applicable adverse events or deviations reporting.
- Coordinates completion and review of study budgets and processes payments.
- Lead evaluations, reader studies and other activities on occasion (Investigator Sponsored Research) defined to meet strategic research needs.
- Develops relationships with and supports external research partners and manages communication with external sites in a professional and productive manner.
- Develops research documents as required, including protocols, plans, informed consent forms, and required storage of research documents.
- Works with RMs, regional RMs, research operations, engineering teams, service, QA, RA, Medical, and modality team members to conduct and deliver research activity and results on time, within budget and with the necessary deliverables.
- Partners with the Research Manager (RM) for prioritization and changes to study details.
- Conducts and/or coordinates required training, initiation, monitoring and closure with study site and study team. Serves as QC to support review and approval of these activities for peer studies as required.
- Ensures that the research activities abide by all defined cross-functional standards, meets the intent and letter of quality management system, standard operating procedures, GCP, and all compliance and regulatory requirements of the applicable regions.
- Maintains applicable study records in a timely and accurate fashion which may include Clinical Trials Management System, regional regulatory records (e.g. ClinicalTrials.gov), and/or other study records.
- Bachelor’s Degree in life science, engineering, clinical field or equivalent
- 5+ years of progressive responsibility and experience project managing clinical and/or technical research and development studies in a clinical setting, industry, or government agency
- 4+ years of experience in project leadership within a research environment, including previous participation in a global and/or virtual team with continuous positive impact
- Demonstrated understanding/experience with Good Clinical Practices, global and regional research regulations, research processes, New Product Introduction (NPI) cycle and cross-functional interdependencies
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Demonstrated success in projects requiring accuracy with details, documentation, and communication between parties
- Experience in working with a global and virtual team with ongoing positive outcomes and impact
- Demonstrated ability to build lasting cross-functional relationships
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Information Technology
Job Location: Washington, DC, US
Application Deadline: N/A