Clinical Research Assistant - Phlebotomist/Lab Technician

Clinical Research San Antonio, Texas


Description

IMA Clinical Research is seeking a Clinical Research Assistant with Phlebotomy experience for the Diagnostics Research Group - DXRG location in San Antonio, TX!

Under the direct supervision of the Investigator, Study Coordinator and other Site Staff as delegated the Clinical Research Assistant will assist in the preparation and execution of daily tasks.

Duties Include but are not limited to - 

  • Support study coordinators with administrative visit management and assistance with visit tasks as delegated.
  • Schedule study participants for upcoming study visits per protocol requirements.
  • Perform collection of data requirements including but not limited to vital signs, EKGs, subject weights, patient diary review, subject interviews.
  • Patient medical record retrieval and review as needed.
  • Support the regulatory submission and ongoing review process, ensuring that all documentation is up to date including screening/enrollment logs.
  • Prepare source documentation templates for upcoming subject visits.
  • Data Entry or transcription of study visit information/assessments into both Clinical Trial Management System CTMS and a secure study specific electronic data capture systems databases EDC as authorized.
  • Perform lab specimen collection - i.e., phlebotomy, urine drug screen, etc.-  for each clinical trial as required by protocol and laboratory manual
  • Processing and shipping of lab specimens collected per protocol and laboratory manual requirements
  • Answering and triage of research office calls.
  • Apply and adhere to Company Policies and SOPs, HIPAA and OSHA requirements and processes that allow for the delivery of quality services to internal and external customers.
  • Establish a working relationship with the Clinical Research Team and other personnel.

Requirements

Other Skills and Abilities

  • At least 6 months of past medical office experience, medical certificate, or equivalent previous work experience required.
  • Additional duties/responsibilities may be assigned as needed.
  • Team player - Effective participant as a team member and can demonstrate significant positive participation on successful teams.
  • Strong follow through skills and ability to proactively identify and solve problems; demonstrated initiative is imperative.
  • Must have strong communication skills, speak, and listen respectfully with the public, physicians, and co-workers.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Word and Excel, CRIO - preferred, will train - and databases used in research environment.
  • Possess the ability to work well under pressure, multi-task, and manage deadlines.
  • Able to adapt to a changing environment and demonstrates a make it happen attitude.
  • Exhibits professionalism in negotiating sensitive issues.
  • Excellent follow-up.

 

Education and Experience

  • Clinical Research or Medical Experience preferred
  • 1 year of experience as a phlebotomist required. 
  • Familiarity with medical terminology
  • Ability to prioritize and work on multiple projects at a time
  • Additional languages encouraged
  • High School, GED required
  • Bachelors degree preferred

EEO


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.