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The Choi Research Lab is in search of a Clinical Research Technician to join their team. This is a term limited appointment with an expected end date of October 2024 with the possibility of extension.
This position may independently provide study coordination for simple and moderately complex clinical research studies. As a member of a coordination team, this position may help support a portfolio of projects with varying levels of complexity. Mastery of all job duties from the CRC-Assistant position on the Michigan Medicine CRC Career Ladder is required.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities:
Experience as part of a team with all 8 competency domains is expected:
Scientific Concepts and Research Design
Ethical Participant Safety Considerations
Investigational Products Development and Regulation
Clinical Study Operations (GCPs)
Study and Site Management
Data Management and Informatics
Leadership and Professionalism
Communication and Teamwork
Identify, screen and enroll potential subjects; consent minimal risk subjects
Collect and assist in the management of patient and laboratory data for clinical research subjects
Coordinate the collection of specimens and monitor study subjects (children)
Perform data management including entering information into Case Report
Forms (CRFs) and internal database systems including REDCap
Assist with collection of external medical records for study reporting purposes
Work collaboratively with the CTSU team by maintaining a good rapport and communication with research teams and faculty, as well as patients and families
This position receives direct supervision and reports directly to a CRC-Lead, CRC-Project Manager, a unit Administrator, Director, or Faculty Principal Investigator.
Associate degree in Health Science or an equivalent combination of related education and experience is necessary.
Minimum 1 year of directly related experience in clinical research and clinical trials is necessary or An advanced degree in a health-related areas such as: Health Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, Public Health, Health Care Administration, Clinical Research Administration, Social Work, Psychology, Epidemiology, Foreign MD. or Minimum 3 years of human subject experience (clinical, lab or health regulations) such as related patient care, related community health and wellness, related clinical information, and research.
Bachelor’s degree in Health Science or an equivalent combination of related education and experience is desirable.
An understanding of medical terminology, experience in a large complex health care setting, ability to effectively communicate with staff and faculty of all levels, and knowledge of university policies and procedures is desirable.
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This is a term-limited appointment with an expected end date of October 2024 with the possibility of extension. At the end of the term, the appointment will terminate, and will not be eligible for Reduction-in-Force (RIF) benefits.
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