Clinical Research Sub-Investigator

Clinical Research New York, New York



Our Government Services Division supports local, state, and federal agencies and delivers professional and objective medical and psychological examinations as well as ancillary services. Our Payer Services Division meets the evaluation and screening needs of Carriers, TPAs, Public Entities and Employers and includes behavioral health and physical medicine specialty services, working with a wide range of organizations within the workers' compensation, disability, liability, and auto markets. Our Clinical Research Division performs all types of Phase II-IV clinical trials in multiple therapeutic areas through a flexible nationwide network of site locations and virtual capabilities.

The Clinical Research Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant serves in a key leadership role as part of the site clinical research team. Responsible for engaging with clinical trial participants, ensuring a meaningful ongoing informed consent process, and completing study exams and visit procedures.  This position is located in our Manhattan NY research clinic.

Specific duties and responsibilities, including but not limited to:

1. Encourage and perpetuate a culture of TEAMWORK, safety and respect for every employee.
2. Apply and adhere to Company Policies, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and processes that allow for the delivery of quality services to internal and external customers.
3. Ensure all clinical research activities are conducted in compliance with all applicable regulations and guidelines.
4. Observe and uphold a standard of strict confidentiality.
5. Oversee and directly participate in the day to day operations of all clinical research activities under the direction of the Vice President of Clinical Research, ensuring an efficient daily workflow with quality services are delivered in a coordinated, integrated manner.
6. Serve as a direct point of contact for internal and external customers and stakeholders, including study sponsors.
7. Direct and facilitate the timely completion of all operational aspects of clinical research studies at the site in relation to:
a. Study Participant screening, consenting, enrollment, payment, and retention.
b. Coordinates all aspects of study visit as delegated by the Principal Investigator, ensuring study participant safety at all times.
c. Data collection and maintenance of study records, including electronic and paper documentation
d. Facilitate the timely completion and quality assurance of regulatory documents related to each study.
e. Collaborate with leadership and principal investigators on evaluation and implementation of new initiatives and studies.
f. Serve in investigator role as applicable, completing study participant study-related examinations and assessments.


Required: MSN, Nurse Practitioner license or Physician Assistant license

QUALIFICATIONS: Must be able to:

• Protect Confidential information
• Work independently and in a team environment as team leader
• Ability to prioritize and manage workloads and deadlines
• Self Starter
• Excellent project management, diagnostic, and problem-solving skills
• Handle telephone conversations in a courteous and business-like manner
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with external customers
• Be resourceful and creative
• Be tactful, diplomatic, mature and flexible
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Internet and office equipment


• Receive detailed information through oral and written communication
• Meet stringent deadlines
• Access, input, and retrieve information from computer
• Understand and interpret written reports
• Sit or stand 4-6 hours per day
• Lift and/or carry 5-15 pounds occasionally
• Substantially move wrists, hands and fingers

The above list of essential functions is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary.

Benefits:  Competitive Salary ($110,000-$130,000) and Benefits.