The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital has always been about people. Their staff are known for their compassion and for their strong sense of community as well as for their exceptional clinical training.
It is a major acute voluntary teaching hospital and holds a pre-eminent place in the delivery of healthcare to the community of North Dublin and rest of the country. The Hospital prides itself with exceptional patient care. Being a leader in research and innovation and providing a working environment focused on personal development, team work and wellbeing, the Mater Hospital is a great place to work.
Their ambition is to be the safest hospital in Ireland, delivering the highest quality care, with the most patient-centred, efficient processes.
- Dublin, Ireland
- Permanent Full Time
- € 55,024 – 71,529
- Closing date: 25 Jun 2023, 23:45
The primary responsibility for the CRSO Manager is to manage and develop a strategic plan for the CRSO as a separate unit within the DERI Directorate. The post holder will have a key role in supporting the establishment of the CRSO Office and embedding its activities within MMUH.
The post holder will report directly to the Operations Manager of DERI. She/he will liaise with the CRSO team, the DERI Operations Manager, Principle Investigators, Researchers, the Pharmaceutical industry and other organisations to facilitate the efficient and effective running of research within the MMUH portfolio.
She/he will add value and contribute to the delivery of the CRSO’s objectives to support investigators and clinical research study teams to conduct clinical research, reduce administrative burdens, enhance compliance, and help remove barriers to enable efficiency, internal/external collaboration, cost recovery, and growth of clinical trials at site, while ensuring that the operational day to day requirements of the CRSO service are met.
The CRSO Manager will be responsible for the line management of the CRSO Administrator and will provide oversight of CRSO activities to the DERI Operations Manager, the DERI Clinical Director and the MMUH Research Governance Committee.
The CRSO Manager will act as coordinator for the Microb-AI-ome study at site. The Microb-AI-ome study aims to use federated artificial intelligence for privacy preserving international stratification of colorectal cancer patients.
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For informal inquiries please contact Erin Daly, Operations Manager, Pillar Center –firstname.lastname@example.org / (01)8034774
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