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8402 - Clinical Study Technician

Under general supervision, assist in the conduct of clinical studies or clinical trials. Perform varied routine and non-routine tasks of moderate complexity. Assist the Principal Investigator and Research Staff in conducting clinical and experimental investigations in patients with psychiatric diagnoses. This position will primarily involve studies investigating Psychotic Disorders.

Responsibilities include:

• Assist in the day-to-day functions of the clinic, including but not limited to, organizing documents, filing study related documents in regulatory, subject, and clinical binders, and administrative tasks including recording meeting minutes • Call/schedule subjects for appointment • Extract data from source documents • Complete Case Report Form (CRF) or database entries and manage data in electronic databases for Minimal Risk Studies. Assist in database creations through REDcap • Assess study population/availability • Organize regulatory documents, secure source documentation tools for subject’s charts/records • Obtain patient consent in Minimal Risk Studies including discussion of treatment/intervention alternatives and signature on Informed Consent forms • Communicate with subjects to obtain follow-up information and determine appointments per protocol in Minimal Risk Studies • Communicate with PI and sub-investigators about changes in trial for Minimal Risk Studies • Archive documents for study per sponsor, government and institutional requirements for Minimal Risk Studies • Provide/Develop advertising and other information for recruitment process and recruit subjects for Minimal Risk Studies • Identify and schedule screening procedures and review results for Minimal Risk Studies • Identify potential subjects from review of existing protected health information based on inclusion/exclusion criteria • Keep accurate records.

The successful candidate will be detail oriented, have effective interpersonal skills, have knowledge of Microsoft applications, be able to focus with a high degree of concentration, conduct research related, non-medical assessments with patients and their caregivers in which intense training and strict adherence to protocol guidelines are required, be able to to carry out assignments with minimal supervision, maintain confidentiality and a high level of concentration, be able to multi-task and be highly organized, and be able to see, hear, talk, walk, and move quickly.

Required: Bachelor's degree in science or health-related field from an accredited institution; or Associate's degree in Allied Health profession plus one year patient-related or research experience; or Bachelor's degree in other fields/completion of three years college science, plus at least two years patient-related or research experience; or high school diploma plus five years patient-related experience with two years in clinical study at the TE06 level.

Preferred: Research experience.

Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. This institution is also a provider of ADA services.