The compliance supervisor will be responsible for supervising the performance of quality assurance and compliance related studies and activities. Responsibilities include performance management of employees, interviewing and hiring of new employees, personnel policy enforcement, creating work assignments, procedures and managing surgery/procedure rooms. Responsibilities also include assisting the facility supervisors and technicians in development and implementation of standard operating procedures.
Perform periodic audits of LARC processes, paperwork and providing spot training. Involves visiting all LARC facilities on a regular schedule to assess if procedures are being done correctly per current SOP and training standards, and then reporting back to that person's supervisor and the Human Resources Manager.
Development and implementation of research proposals to improve the quality of care provided by LARC.
Provide technical support for LARC and research investigators (assist with surgery and anesthesia, treatments, sample collection, necropsy, establishing breeding colonies, weaning litters, administering diets, and communication with the investigator labs, etc.). Participate in continuing education and training.
REQUIRED: High school diploma or GED plus five years relevant animal care experience (of which at least two should be supervisory experience) and 2nd level AALAS certification or higher.
Valid driver’s license and the ability to be insured by Indiana University.
Good working knowledge of lab animals. Must be able to have direct physical contact with multiple species of animals. Must be willing to participate in Occupational Health Program for LARC employees, including receiving immunizations recommended by Occupational Health Services. Must be able to maintain confidentiality; ability to work with a variety of personality types; Ability to communicate effectively and exchange information. Posess attention to detail with low error rate; ability to manage multiple concurrent tasks with frequent interruptions.
Working Conditions/Physical Demands:
Occasional strenuous work, heavy moving and pushing. Some delicate operations (handling rodents, blood collection, giving injections, etc.).
Founded in 1820, Indiana University is the state’s public university system, comprised of two core campuses—IU-Bloomington and IUPUI—and six regional campuses located throughout the state. Combined, the total student population is more than 114,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional school students. IU is one of the largest employers in the state, with over 20,000 faculty and staff. Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. Diversity and inclusion remains a core commitment to IU’s mission to cultivate an educational environment that supports equal access, participation and representation on all of its campuses and that provides educational and career opportunities for all.