Including but not limited to the following and other duties as may be assigned: Has detailed knowledge of the study protocols, lab manuals, and acceptable performance of quizzes. Recruits study participants by calling the database, attending company sponsored community events, and involve in community recruitment including but not limited to posting flyers in schools, senior centers, supermarkets, and other establishments. Enters study participants in the study participant tracking system, ClinBase, and study logs, maintains appointment calendars, and operates company information systems and computer programs. Conducts screening visits and study protocol specific participant visits, assists staff physicians in assessment of concomitant medications, adverse events, lab results and other test results. Performs appropriate psychometric and efficacy testing according to study protocol. Receives authorized sign-off to verify accuracy of all study participant visits. Responsible for ensuring sample processing, storage and shipment is according to protocol, lab manual or Sponsor provided documentation, following GCP and site SOPs to ensure accurate and complete data collection with documented Quality Control at each step. Perform simple diagnostic laboratory tests (for example pregnancy tests, urinalysis, and drugs of abuse tests) according to current CLIA registration. Assist with ensuring daily monitoring of laboratory storage equipment temperatures if automated monitoring system is unavailable for example during planned and unplanned power outages. Prepares/monitors study supplies, stock levels, and equipment in clinic and lab, to ensure functioning properly, calibrated, and have updated maintenance records from (i.e., scales, ClinBase carts, freezers, mechanical pipettes, centrifuges, refrigerators etc.) Identify and problem solves study-related issues as they arise, bringing to the attention of the CRC, CLC, and management as applicable. Assumes appropriate role with study participants and caregivers including but not limited to safety, care, and customer service. Attends and assists with site-initiation visit, start-up, study team, staff, and unit meetings. Completes Case Report Forms (CRF) in a timely manner or per project-specific timelines. Ensure quality assurance and accuracy of source and CRF documentation in real-time and throughout the study. Performs corrections for QM, CRC, CLC and Monitor/Sponsor Representative in a timely manner. Assists with Monitor visits (i.e., room set up, query resolution, etc.). Assists with maintaining and archiving research documents. Maintains accurate accountability for petty cash. Maintains and updates knowledge of ICH GCP and SOPs to ensure compliance and proper application in work. Maintain a positive, results orientated work environment, building relationships with management, colleagues, and other departments, communicating in an open, balanced and objective manner. Assumes other duties and responsibilities as assigned. The above responsibilities are a general description of the level and nature of the work assigned to this classification and is not to be considered as all inclusiveQualificationsSkills Demonstrated competency in all research-related tasks. Strong interpersonal, written/verbal communication and organizational skills. Must be able to work in a clinical setting with patients and study participants. Knowledge and skill in techniques of good clinical judgment and good nursing care/adequate technical vocabulary (if LVN). Ability to effectively manage time and multi-task. Demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age and/or indication of the study participants. Ability to function well in a team environment. Ability to train and give direction to other research associates and study team members. Excellent customer service skills required. Computer proficiency required. Able to lift up to 20 lbs. if needed. Able to stand or sit for long periods of time. Able to view and work in front of a computer for long periods of timeEducation High School Diploma, GED, BS, BA in a related field or equivalent work experience. CNA licensure, LVN licensure, foreign MD or Master s Degree a plus.Language Skills English, English/Japanese, English/Korean, English/Other.Minimum Work Experience Prior clinical research experience, floor nursing, and/or psychiatric experiences a plus. Phlebotomy certification and maintenance of certification is a plus. LVN licensure and maintenance of licensure is required if applicableEEO DisclaimerPAREXEL complies with all applicable federal, state, and local laws prohibiting discrimination in employment. 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