Clinical Research Coordinator
We are seeking a full-time Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) to work on two longitudinal NIH-funded studies that examine neurobehavioral outcomes in HIV infection and chronic marijuana use. These projects involve multimodal data collection, including clinical interviews, neuropsychological testing, blood draws and urine screens, MRI brain scans, and medical record abstractions. Responsibilities of the CRC include: recruitment and tracking of participants; data collection; data management and quality assurance; regulatory duties; supervision of clinical research specialists; and other relevant administrative tasks. The CRC will be work closely with study investigators to track progress and implement protocols. The position is located at the Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC.
Bachelor’s Degree and at least 1 year post-baccalaureate work experience in a clinical and/or research setting. A background in psychology, neuroscience, and/or biology is preferred. Certification in phlebotomy is ideal.
The successful applicant must be motivated, reliable, and mature, able to multi-task and learn new tasks quickly, and have strong interpersonal and organizational skills. Most importantly, they must be highly respectful of and feel comfortable working with diverse populations, including persons who use drugs, gay men and women, ethnic minorities, and individuals with criminal histories. The CRC will be expected to complete tasks independently and to work closely as part of our research team. Proficiency in Word and Excel is required.
To apply, please send a CV, statement of interest, and names of three references to email@example.com.