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We need a strong addition to our administrative team to assist with initiation, conduct and monitoring of clinical trials, construction of budgets and contracts and patient care coordinatiion all while working and collaborating with the PI's. Assess/evaluate patient status for safety throughout participation in the study/trial and assure optimum health care. This role will also conduct study-related clinical procedures and interventions as well as non-medical/behavioral assessments/interventions. Interact with patients with regard to study protocols. Monitor study team compliance with required study procedures, standards. Order and receive drug/device supplies; dispense drug, (calculate dosage as needed) supplies, and devices according to sponsor directions and institutional procedures and provide clear instruction to the patient and/or family/care giver; maintain files of drug/device dispensation, compliance and return. Manage DEA controlled drugs as appropriate. Maintain drug accountability records including drug inventory and dispensing logs. Obtaining specimens, processing and shipping them within the guidelines of the protocol.
Bachelor's degree in nursing and one year of clinical nursing experience; OR associate's degree in nursing and three years of clinical nursing experience; OR LPN/diploma in nursing and four years of clinical nursing experience.
Current RN/LPN licensure.
Patient interaction skills and ability to maintain confidentiality. Familiarity with clinical research and the overall clinical research process.
Experience with IRBs or clinical trials management.
Working Conditions / Demands
Ability to travel to different facilities in close proximity of each other and navigate around a hospital environment. Must be able to perform essential job functions with or without an accommodation.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: HE
Job Function: Health Services
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