RN-Research Study Coordinator Clin AIDS Reseach
Serve as a licensed RN Research Study Coordinator for the Clinical AIDS Research and Education Center under the supervision of the Operations Director and general direction from the Principal Investigators. Perform physical exams and all other activities under RN licensure. Screen patients for protocol studies. Perform Informed Consent process as appropriate. Maintain clinical subject files. Record histories, administer drugs and educate patients and the community. Attend conferences and meetings relating to clinical trials as assigned.
Required licenses, certificates, degrees or credentials: BLS, California RN License. BSN degree. 2 years research/study coordination.
Minimum of 2 years' research experience.
Ability to question subjects about sensitive behavioral issues, including drug use, sexual activities and other high-risk behaviors.
Ability to conduct medical procedures within scope of licensure to open consents, to administer medications, and to collect adverse event reports.
Maintain constructive working relationships with staff, investigators, patients, and collaborators. Ability to work effectively and closely with other members of the research and clinical team, with community-based researchers, and community stakeholders.
Experience working with patients from diverse backgrounds, especially active substance users, LGBT populations and those at risk for HIV. Knowledge of HIV, infectious disease and there treatments.
Skilled in keeping accurate and timely records. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and report to support(s) on a regular basis and in a timely manner. Ability to problem solve and manage demands/assignments/ deadlines.
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and use of Internet. Intermediate level experience with database management using multiple software packages and ability to merge and manage multiple databases.
Skill in using equipment to conduct medical and laboratory procedures, including but not limited to phlebotomy collection devices, vital signs equipment, EKG machines, etc.
Able to travel to scientific conference to collaborate with others sand to present study findings.
Preferred: Ability to read, write, and speak in Spanish.