The candidate will be responsible for managing all aspects of these research studies, from recruiting volunteers, screening subjects, ordering necessary supplies, scheduling, consenting volunteers, performing lab tests, and other logistical study support.
The incumbent will coordinator all aspects of multiple human studies focused on blood disorders.
65% - Coordinating and recruiting volunteers for human clinical studies
15% - Performing laboratory tests
10% - General lab maintenance
10% - Storing and liquating blood samples
Bachelor's Degree or at least one and one-half years of related experience or equivalent education, training and experience.
Phlebotomy certification preferred
Clinical research experience, human subjects training, phlebotomy
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Internal Number: 514240
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