Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
This position will be for 20 hours per week and is anticipated to last six months to one year.
Study Management - 40% Monitor implementation, management, coordination and documentation of all study activities. Ensure that components of the project are completed in an ethically, scientifically, rigorous and timely manner. Ensure lab personnel/volunteers are compliant with safety regulations and lab specific protocols are established and followed. Continuously update safety records and procedures. Provide administrative support to initiate clinical trials including assisting with preparation of grant applications and IRB submissions. Responsibilities also include acquiring internal approvals, budget negotiations, documentation, and regulation management.
Data Management - 30% Perform study data collection and entry; collect enrollment and treatment data, using charts, correspondence, electronic medical records, and personal communications with other healthcare workers.
Recruitment - 30% Responsible for patient recruitment, screening, consent, enrollment, and registrations for clinical studies in people with mood disorders
For information regarding benefits: https://humanresources.umn.edu/sites/humanresources.umn.edu/files/2019_tcd-cslr-5074-ben-0105-6_1.pdf
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
BA/BS in related field plus 2 years of experience in a human research setting; or a combination of education and human research setting work experience to total 6 years. Experience administering psychiatric clinical rating scales.
2 years of experience working in a therapeutic mental health setting, 2 years of experience working in psychiatric research, or 4 years of combined experience in these settings.
Internal Number: 330316
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