Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
Contribute to program development and management by working closely with internal and external business stakeholders; gather research, analyze literature, and best practices (provincial and federal) on ethics in health research and innovation. Manage the ethics training courses including communications to stakeholders, managing enrollment, securing facilitators, preparing/distributing course materials, and producing reports of the course evaluations.
Manage the learning management system including access to students, facilitators, and maintaining course materials and revising content as needed.
Assist in obtaining micro credentialing and certification of the ethics courses.
Provide project management of the ethics programs including preparing project documents, drafting, revising, and gathering feedback, organizing the project team meetings, tracking project activities and decisions, facilitating cross-project discussions, and communicating with stakeholders of project activities.
Manage the ARECCI inbox and triage the requests through reviewing and identifying second opinion reviewers.
Provide information on performance measures and portfolio analysis for strategic planning.
Participate in and contribute to the development of annual reports, strategic and business plans.
Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with external stakeholders, industry colleagues, government representatives and business partners.
Contribute to program and portfolio evaluation and measurement by developing strategies, reporting tools for implementation, return on investment, and analyses across the portfolios.