<p>There are currently three open vacancies for this position.</p><p>The position will coordinate research studies that examine the health effects of tobacco products and e-cigarettes.<br /><br />Responsibilities: Recruit, consent and run study subjects and process and manage biomarker samples. Prepare and submit regulatory documents (IRB and FDA).<br /><br />Conduct, coordinate and implement the research study from start-up to closeout according to study protocols.<br />- 10% Regulatory activities including IRB applications and FDA correspondence<br />- 20% Recruitment, screening, consenting, and enrolling of participants<br />- 30% Implementing the protocol for data collection (conducting subject visits, arranging study schedules, coordinating with medical staff)<br />- 15% Specimen collection & processing<br />- 15% Data entry, data cleaning, and building data reports<br /><br />5% Survey and form development and management (Qualtrics, REDCap, Word, Excel, Access).<br /><br />5% Other duties as assigned.<br /><br /> </p>
<p><font face="tahoma, sans-serif"><b>All Required Qualifications must be documented on application materials.</b></font></p><p>Required Qualifications:</p><ul><li>Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Public Health or related field and at least 2 years of research experience, or a combination of related education and work experience to equal 6 years.</li></ul><p><br />Preferred Qualifications: </p><ul><li>Regulatory experience: IRB application, IND and Certificate of Confidentiality applications.</li><li>Be available to work variable hours including some early evening and occasional weekends; time may be negotiable depending on study needs. </li><li>Pay close attention to detail and able to problem solve. </li><li>Strong skills in Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Self-starter with strong critical thinking and problem solving skills.</li></ul><p> </p>
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