Under supervision, assist in the conduct of clinical study or clinical trials. Perform routine tasks using standard procedures. Work closely with PI and senior research coordinator on research studies and follow the Standard Operating Procedures and Good Clinical Practices.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
- Complete all regulatory documents, including informed consent forms, IRB application and submission to regulatory agencies. File all appropriate correspondence.
- Prepare and organize space for study related equipment and supplies. Travel between dialysis units and clinics.
- Process human blood samples by centrifuging blood and pipetting specimens into smaller tubes.
- Make copies, prepare transmittal sheets for mailings and send out documents as required for study implementation.
- Obtain screening information via phone or in person to determine eligibility for study. Obtain informed consent from patients.
- Schedule/call subjects for appointments as directed.
- Extract data from source documents (medical record) and transcribe into electronic database.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
High school diploma or GED with completion of Medical Assisting program and one year of patient related experience; OR high school diploma or GED and three years of patient related or research experience; OR three years of college level science/associate's degree in Allied Health professions.
Ability to communicate in friendly manner with patients of all educational and ethnic backgrounds. Ability to organize workday to maximize efficiency. Ability to complete documents in a timely manner. Computer data entry skills and basic Microsoft knowledge. Ability to follow rules and operating procedures with attention to details.
Working Conditions / Demands
Equipment utilized: PCs, software for data entry, centrifuges, actiwatch, body impedance analyzer, skin fold thickness, sleep monitor, grip strength indicators, and other measures of physical function.
Salary Plan: TE
Salary Grade: 06
Job Function: Health Services
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