Work type: Full Time
Location: Medical Center
School/Department: Gertrude H. Sergievsky Center
Grade: Technical Grade 5
Categories: Research (Lab and Non-Lab)
Job Type: Support Staff – Union –
Bargaining Unit: SSA
End Date if Temporary:
Hours Per Week: 35
Salary Range: $51,958.37 annually
Assist with running cognitive and imaging studies in healthy young and old adults, as well as populations with neurological diseases.
Responsibilities include assisting the Principal Investigator and other research staff in the preparation of new protocol submissions to the IRB and other regulatory agencies, including protocol amendments and renewals of ongoing studies. The applicant will contact and schedule human research participants, and assist with the assessment of potential research participants including but not limited to conducting telephone interviews to screen their eligibility, administering tests during an in-person neuropsychological evaluation, and giving participants various computerized and paper-and-pencil cognitive tests, and administering computerized tasks during fMRI studies. The applicant will obtain informed consent according to study protocol and explain all aspects of study participation to research participants and prospective participants. They will be responsible for various modalities of data collection, including the coordination of neuroimaging appointments with MRI and PET imaging centers. Applicant will manage data collection, data entry, data processing and storage, and quality control for multiple clinical research studies.
Requires a bachelor’s degree and at least 1.5 years of related experience or equivalent in education, training and experience.
Applicant will often be expected to work independently and must have strong communication and organizational skills.
Must be willing to work flexible hours and on weekends.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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Applications open: Feb 17 2021 Eastern Standard Time