Job Requisition Number: 22304. The mission of the School of Optometry is executed by approximately 20 ladder-rank faculty, 5 emeriti faculty, 115 full and part time clinical faculty, 85 staff, 30 professional researchers, 20 graduate students and 26 visiting faculty and postdoctoral research scholars. The staff includes professional, health care, technical, research, and clerical representation and provide support to a complex array of functions.
The University of California, Berkeley Clinical Research Center (UCB-CRC) currently has an opening for a Staff Research Associate I position to begin as soon as possible. The primary objective of the UCB-CRC is to work closely with industry, foundations, and government to design and evaluate innovations in patient care. We are looking for an experienced individual to work with a team of highly motivated and talented research and administrative personnel who conduct patient-based clinical vision research in a very fast-paced, dynamic environment.
Ã¯ Screening, recruiting, and scheduling appointments with study participants based on study criteria; data management- compiling and resolving discrepancies; developing case report forms (study documents) with clinical investigators; corresponding with clinical sites, study sponsors, and regulatory agencies in regards to study information; assembling site instruction materials and study documents; compensate study participants composing update project status reports; creating and maintaining study binders for Quality Assurance; appointment reminders
Ã¯ Oversee internal initiated sponsored studies- designing and writing internal research protocols; collect research data points from human study participants, utilizing various ophthalmic equipment; prioritizing multiple study schedules to maximize subject enrollment and completion of study visits with the Principal Investigator; ongoing training and supervising of undergraduate-student assistants in daily office and study-related tasks
Ã¯ Scheduling patient appointments in the Dry Eye Clinic and Ocular Surface Imaging Clinic; scheduling undergraduate research-assistants; providing update reports to the Principal Investigator on internal study progress and the Ocular Surface Imaging Clinic; literature searches; article submissions to research publications; track study expenditures and patient-based expendituresÃ¯ Prior experience in recruiting and conducting interviews with patients or other sensitive populations Ã¯ Ability to work independently and exercise good judgment in identifying problems and seeking advice and assistance Ã¯ Demonstrate ability to multi-task and exercise good judgment, problem solve, prioritize workload, and be flexible Ã¯ Strong interpersonal skills, including an interest in an aptitude in working with staff who have varying levels of responsibility within the organizational structure at different clinical sites Ã¯ Meticulous, well organized, and detail-oriented Ã¯ Demonstrate ability to work well in a team setting and meeting all deadlines as assigned Ã¯ Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills Ã¯ Excellent verbal, written and telephone communication skills Ã¯ Experience with verbal, written and telephone communication skills Ã¯ Experience with Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint) Ã¯ Experience with voicemail and e-mail systems Ã¯ Demonstrated excellent attendance and reliability Ã¯ Ability to interact with culturally diverse research subjects and staff Ã¯ Administrative support of clinical trials and recruiting subjects- administering questionnaires, scanning and merging data according to protocols, preparing study progressive reports Ã¯ Have a strong understanding of research protocols, study design, and implementation
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