Provides ongoing logistical support for planning and executing of Organizational, Data Review, and Ad Hoc meetings for over 70 active protocols or studies, as required
Conducts research, verifies accuracy of information, and obtains current versions of protocols and other regulatory documents
Develops, collects, and coordinates distribution of regulatory documents and meeting materials, including participant and contact lists, agendas, charters, and other informational documents for specific clinical trials
Coordinates with NIAID staff to address questions and provide additional information to other NIH staff and various stakeholders within project timelines
Develops templates for routine correspondence using Microsoft Office and other software
Maintains security of blinded (open) and unblinded (closed) meeting materials; posts materials to a secure Website; and verifies users access
Compiles information from various sources and routinely updates tracking tools and associated database
Implements Quality Control measures and creates associated tools to ensure high quality products that meet contract performance measures
Bachelor's degree in Biology, Public Health, Scientific Communications, or related fields
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; meeting facilitation and preparing written minutes or other documentation, a plus.
Self-starter with the ability to work on concurrent multiple projects often within compressed timelines
Excellent team player with the ability to build, foster, and nurture relationships with members of cross-functional teams
Detail-oriented; some task management skills a plus
Experience with clinical trial activities including site support, trials management/coordination would be helpful
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