The Clinical Research Specialist (CRS) will assist in the conduct and implementation of a 17-site Screening Brief Intervention Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Dissemination study in the IU School of Nursing. Assign and coordinate activities of the project to ensure protocol, regulatory and standard operating procedures (SOP) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) compliance.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Liaison with IU Health healthcare professionals/providers to help monitor all aspects of the project implementation and dissemination.
Assist in the preparation and submission of Institutional Review Board (IRB) and other reporting documents (i.e., advertisement, protocol and protocol summary).
Preparation and monitoring of weekly meetings with the investigators and research team to evaluate timelines for implementation and data collection.
Reconcile study budget accounts and maintain fiscal oversight.
Assist with the preparation of reports, data management requests, manuscripts, and presentations.
Data management of study database for completeness and accuracy.
Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
Bachelor's degree in science or a health-related field and one year of health-related/research experience; OR bachelor's degree in any other field/associate's degree in Allied Health professions and three years of health-related/research experience or two years of experience in clinical research.
Knowledge about human subjects research and the basic principles of accurate ethical data collection. Proficiency using word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation programs, e-mail and electronic calendaring. Basic navigation in web/internet based applications. Strong judgement, analytical, and problem solving skills. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Detail-oriented, dependable, and able to work with minimal supervision.
Knowledge of university systems (time keeping, data extraction, report writing, databases), and of university policies and procedures. Familiarity with medical settings, records, and terminology. Interest and/or experience with individuals who have advanced chronic illnesses.
Salary Plan: TE
Salary Grade: 09
Job Function: Health Services
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