The incumbent will assist in the conduct of clinical study or clinical trials. Perform varied routine and non-routine tasks of moderate complexity. Identify and schedule screening procedures and review results; recruit subjects and keep accurate records; obtain informed consent and authorization. Assist in the conduct or study-related, non-medical/behavioral assessments/interventions; complete reports and database entries. Assess the study population/availability. Organize regulatory documents. Interact with off campus collaborators/clinical practices.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Communicate with subjects to schedule follow-up visits and obtain follow-up information. - Participate in recruitment activities. Recruit subjects. Call/schedule subjects for appointments per protocol. Keep accurate records. - Conduct screening procedures and review results. - Conduct consent and authorization procedures including discussion of treatment/intervention alternatives. Obtain signature on Informed Consent and Authorization forms. - Extract data from source documents. Complete Case Report Form (CRF) or database entries. Archive documents for study per sponsor, government and institutional requirements. - Travel to off campus collaborator sites within Indianapolis area to interact with subjects and collaborators. - Communicate with PI and co-investigators about problems/issues/concerns related to the conduct of the trial. - Assist in the conduct of study-related non-medical/behavioral assessments/interventions.
Bachelor's degree in science or a health-related field; OR associate's degree in Allied Health profession and one year of patient-related or research experience; OR bachelor's degree in other fields/completion of three years college science and two years of patient-related or research experience; OR high school diploma or GED and five years of patient-related experience with two years in clinical study.
Knowledge of basic computer applications, including Microsoft Office.
CITI Human Subjects Certification. Experience/Familiarity with the Diabetes Prevention Program. Experience with clinical and/or community based research/programming.
Working Conditions / Demands
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without an accomodation. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to lift and carry study equipment to sites in the field. There is a significant amount of computing. There is moderate walking involved.
Salary Plan: TE
Salary Grade: 07
Job Function: Health Services
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