The Assistant Research Integrity Officer, OHSU Research Integrity Office (ORIO) provides support to the Research Integrity Office, primarily within the Conflict of Interest program (CoI). The CoI program provides review and guidance surrounding potential conflicts of interest (financial or otherwise) within the OHSU community, and provides guidance about OHSU policies including but not limited to conflicts of interest in research, acceptance and soliciting of Gifts, interactions with Vendors, and acceptable participation in Outside Activities. This position also provides support for the research misconduct program.
The purpose of this position is to work with the OHSU Research Integrity Office (ORIO) leadership and the research oversight committees, as assigned, to ensure institutional compliance with policies, procedures, regulations, and guidelines pertaining to OHSU research, in areas including but not necessarily limited to conflict of interest and research misconduct. This position is responsible for drafting internal Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to ensure efficiency and compliance, assisting with implementing and monitoring ORIO policies and SOPs, drafting OHSU policies relating to research integrity, conflict of interest, and related areas and providing training, guidance, and support to the OHSU community. This position facilitates research integrity by providing leadership and serving as an advanced professional in the following areas:
Candidates who will succeed in this position will exemplify the following leadership attributes:
Cover letter required with resume and application.
Working conditions: This position requires the ability to work remotely, and the ability to report to the OHSU Portland campus to attend regular and ad hoc meetings and assignments that may occur weekly/monthly, and may arise with little notice.
Physical demands & equipment usage: Ability to sit for long periods of time; use computer for most of the work shift.