Senior Research Lab Tech, Ocular Melanoma Clinical Research
Mass Eye & Ear is currently recruiting for a qualified candidate to work in Eye Cancer Research at the Ocular Melanoma Center in our Ophthalmology Department.
In this position, you will play a key role in the maintenance and growth of an Eye Melanoma Research Registry. This job includes working with data and patients. The incumbent will handle data, biospecimen and regulatory responsibilities for the repository and associated repository research studies. There is also some patient coordination including patient recruitment and enrollment. We are looking for a flexible versatile candidate.
Key responsibilities include generating and maintaining integrity of data, creating and managing study databases, and performing data analyses. Regulatory responsibilities include managing IRB submissions and maintaining required regulatory documents. This position will also involve providing back-up support to enroll study subjects and process blood and tumor specimens.
This role is Full Time M-F, at our Main campus, we offer benefits and 50% off the MBTA pass.
- Bachelor's degree with 3+ years experience, preferably in clinical research. Master's degree (MPH, MS in health-related field) with 3+ years of experience in a research setting desirable.
- High degree of computer literacy including word processing, statistical software, and database management programs, e.g. Study Trax and REDCap.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Need to be adaptable and open to different project responsibilities.
- Excellent organizational skills, ability to prioritize a variety of tasks, and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
- Good oral and written communication skills.
- Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to demonstrate professionalism and respect for human subjects.
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