We are looking for a personable, self-motivated and organized Clinical Subjects Associate to help with recruitment activities for a large, federally-funded research clinical trial addressing violence prevention among teens and young adults. This is the perfect job for someone looking to pursue a degree in the medical field who need hands-on clinical research experience for graduate school.
This position is in Flint, Michigan. The candidate will have responsibilities that could vary over time. They will primarily be responsible for recruitment activities on a large clinical trial, which involve:
- Following recruitment procedures to approach, obtain consent from and enroll Hurley Medical Center Emergency Department patients in study activities
- Requesting, distributing and documenting subject payments in accordance with university guidelines
- In collaboration with licensed clinical supervisors, conducting and documenting suicide and other risk assessments with adults and minors study participants
- Using EPIC to review medical charts and record data according to study procedures
- Completing tracking paperwork accurately using Excel, ACCESS, QUALTRICS, and study dashboard
The candidate will be responsible for: following established procedures and protocols, demonstrating cultural awareness when interacting with participants from diverse backgrounds. This position located in Flint, Michigan entails a varying schedule where the candidate will work regularly nights and weekends which are shared across staff. Additional tasks may be assigned as needed.
- Must be comfortable working in the Emergency Department (following established protocols to facilitate social distancing and reduce COVID-19 transmission risks), interacting with diverse populations, and discussing sensitive topics (violence, gun carriage, substance use) with study participants.
- Able to work independently for extended periods while maintaining effective communication with team leads, study coordinators and principal investigators.
- This position requires flexibility and availability to work a varying schedule with regular afternoon, evening and weekend shifts.
- Candidate will be expected to prioritize multiple tasks, meet deadlines, and adhere to strict confidentiality policies.
- Applicants must have a high school degree, working on a bachelor’s degree or above in psychiatry, public health, social work, sociology, or related health field are preferred.
- Previous research, clinic/hospital work or volunteer experience and knowledge of research process is preferred.
This job is in Flint, Michigan
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