Reports to a divisional clinical director and is responsible for direction of the research administrative activities of a laboratory. Prepares writes and presents research papers. Provides consultation within area of expertise to individuals both internal and external to the hospital.
Supervises research assistants including authoritatively recommending hiring and when necessary disciplines and discharges subordinates. Trains counsels assigns work to and evaluates employees.
Assumes primary responsibility for the development communication and ensuring compliance with policies and procedures for research and administrative functions in research setting.
Participates in the development of a coordinated budget. May administer the operational budget.
Reviews current literature to update approaches to research being conducted. Assigns review of specific literature to assistance.
Determines the direction of research efforts by reviewing data from previous research and external research papers to identify problem areas.
Sets up hypothesis and designs experiments to test them. Responsible for the development of research methodology used.
Ensures accurate collection and analysis of data gathered in research experiments. Interprets data using statistical methodology.
Prepares writes and presents papers for publication as the principal investigator on research projects.
Participates in Hospital committees both research and non-research.
Contacts individuals both internal and external to the Hospital to provide professional consultation within area or expertise and to exchange information.
Requires completion of a Ph.D. in the appropriate scientific field.
Requires an in-depth knowledge of the scientific field in which research is being performed.
Requires supervisory and administrative skills to direct a small group of research assistants.
Requires the interpersonal skills to interface both externally and internally to the Hospital.
Requires one year experience in research.
WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Works in a laboratory environment with possible exposure to human and animal serum chemical reagents animal subjects and radioactive materials.
Performs independently within the departments policies and practices. Refers specific complex problems to the supervisor when clarification of the departmental policies and procedures are required.
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Location: Rhode Island Hospital USA: RI: Providence
Work Type: Per Diem