Plan/perform research and administrative tasks in an evolving, medium-sized research group that concentrates in tobacco addiction research, including Phase II medication trials, behavioral treatment studies, and broader HIV prevention research. The successful candidate will have experience collecting research data, interacting with research participants and working well as part of a team. Specific duties include: (1) Manage and coordinate recruitment efforts across several protocols; conduct telephone eligibility screenings; complete in-person study visits; consent participants; oversee study sessions; (2) Develop/maintain training materials; Train personnel on center-wide and study-specific SOPs (e.g. data entry/QC, phone screening, data collection, computerized behavioral tasks) across several projects; (3) Conduct behavioral smoking cessation counseling using a manualized treatment and perform QA on sessions conducted by research assistants; (4) Assist Project Manager with regulatory materials and IRB submissions; and (7) Attend weekly lab and staff meetings; report directly to PI.
Internal Number: 43495
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