CLINICAL RESEARCH COORD B
Duties: Screen and enroll subjects for several federally-funded studies in a fast-paced hospital setting; work across multiple research studies; screen/enroll eligible subjects; obtain informed consent from study subjects or their proxies; coordinate specimen collection with hospital staff; ensure protocol compliance; data abstraction from medical records; data management; data entry, maintain patient and data tracking system, and chart preparation; participate in the development of study materials and procedures; participate in weekly research team meetings, work with project staff. This position also involves collection and coordination of biological samples with transport to the microbiology laboratory as well as coordination of study activities with data management. This position reports directly to the study's project manager. This position requires flexibility to work occasional nights/weekends.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and 2-4 years experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Research and clinical experience preferred. Intensive-care experience is a plus. Also, having exposure to critically-ill/terminally-ill hospital patients is a plus as well as approaching the family members of critically/terminally-ill patients. Experience supervising junior staff preferred. Familiarity with medical abbreviations and antibiotics a plus; Ability to work with greater independence also with regard to decision-making. Proficient in Microsoft Windows including MS Word/Excel/Access; REDCap database familiarity preferred. Must have the ability to work independently and be detail oriented with excellent communication and interpersonal skills; highly organized; attentive to detail. Ability to interact well with hospital patients in a one-on-one setting required. This position requires flexibility to work occasional nights/weekends
Reference Number: 40-28381
Salary Grade: 026
Employment Type: Exempt
Org: BE-Epidemiology Division
Job Family: I-Technical/Professional Research