1) The Research Technician will be responsible for assisting the team in adhering to protocol requirements of clinical trials run through the Biofluids Unit of the PCF.
2) Conduct research-related inpatient ECGs on sponsor-provided machines.
3) Transmit inpatient and outpatient ECGs to sponsors.
4) Process blood/urine samples.
5) Organize samples in -80Â°C freezer. 6) Sort/inventory samples for shipment to outside institutions and pharmaceutical sponsors.
7) Maintain up to date and accurate daily usage logs of samples processed and ECG transmissions.
8) Create flow sheets according to instructions on study protocols and lab manuals.
9) Attend site initiation visits from sponsors.Â
1) Ability to train others.
2) Knowledge in relevant scientific field.
3) Knowledge of research techniques or methods.
4) Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures.
5) Analytical skills.
6) Problem-solving skills.
7) Attention to detail.
8) Organizational skills.
9) Verbal and written communication skills.
10) Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
11) Knowledge of Microsoft Office.
1) Bachelor's degree in Biology, Chemistry, or another related discipline
2) Cover letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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