• Clinical Research Assistant

    Job ID 2019-30196
    Area of Interest
    Research & Development
    Location Name
    West 8th
    FTE/Hours per pay period
    0.5 FTE (40 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
    Work Status
    Temporary
    Department
    Child Health, Behavior & Devel
    Shift
    Day/Evening Shift
  • Overview

    Seattle Children's Research Institute is looking for a Clinical Research Assistant to support the work of a team that is using novel methods to inform the development of behavioral health interventions for youth with diabetes. As a Research Assistant, you will assist the assigned research team in the organization, implementation and completion of clinical research trials. You will recruit and assist enrolling study participants, schedule study visits, and be the IRB point of contact. You will also assist with the collection, cleaning, management, and analysis of qualitative and quantitative data. In addition, you will contribute to scholarly work for scientific meeting presentations and journal publications.

    Requirements

    Required:
    - High School Diploma or equivalent
    - Two (2) years of college-level coursework in biological or life sciences or health related field
    - At least one (1) year of work experience
    - Per the driver's license requirement noted below, must have a driving record acceptable to Risk Management

    Required Credentials:
    - Any position that requires the use of a motor vehicle will require a current Washington State Driver's license.

    Preferred:
    - Bachelors Degree in biological or life sciences or health related field
    - At least three (3) years in a research or health care setting
    - Familiarity with US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) regulations and International Conference on
    - Harmonization (ICH) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines
    - Knowledge of medical terminology

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