Serve as a study coordinator for a multidisciplinary clinical research program focused on rheumatic diseases and autoimmunity. Responsibilities may include:
- Recruitment, screening, scheduling and consenting of participants, paying close attention to eligibility and protocol requirements
- Collection and processing research participant data; administration of protocol questionnaires and interviews
- Taking vital signs and anthropometry measures
- Collection and processing of human biospecimens (blood/urine/hair/nails), including phlebotomy and centrifugation/aliquoting of samples
- Completion of participant charts, case report forms, and electronic data entry
- Assistance in developing and updating standard operating procedures
- Organization of data and assistance in preparation of reports for investigators, sponsors and scientific meetings
- Assistance with research clinic preparations, such as: photocopying of interview packets, mailing of participant packets, setup of clinic rooms and lab for participant visits, assembly of collection kits.
- Individual must be highly sensitive to human subjects data and confidential information, detail-oriented, conscientious and responsible with excellent organizational skills.
- Ability to communicate effectively with team members about protocol and sample collection needs.
- Bachelor's degree in a life or health science or equivalent education and experience.
- Experience in a clinical healthcare or clinical research setting.
- Experience in phlebotomy and taking vitals.
Candidate must have reliable transportation and be willing to commute between sites in Ann Arbor (eg, Central and North Campuses/Domino’s Farms) and periodically between Ann Arbor and satellite locations (eg, Northville and Detroit).
Typical schedule is Mon-Fri 40 hrs/wk. Occasional Saturdays to accommodate study participant scheduling.
This is a 1-year term-limited position, renewable based on sponsor funding and performance. Term-limited positions are not eligible for RIF rights, upon termination.
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