University of Rochester Clinical Trials Production Tech - 219450 in Rochester, New York
Clinical Trials Production Tech Job ID 219450Location Medical Faculty Group Full/Part Time Full-Time Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening
Full Time 40 hours Grade 092 Pathology & Lab MedicineResponsibilities
Under direction from the Clinical Trials Production Coordinator and Department Manager, and with some latitude for independent judgment, support daily activities ensuring that investigator sits have adequate and appropriate materials to collect specimens for multi-center clinical trials and internal clinical research projects for the clinical trials central laboratory (CTCL). Design and produce forms and labels, assemble and ship materials, and perform general clerical functions to support to CTCL staff and clinical trials and research projects. Follows project specifications and communicates kit related information to internal and external customers. Communicates roadblocks and identifies opportunities for process improvement.
Supports Implementation of Internal Research Studies and Clinical Trials.
Designs labels, forms, and worksheets required to identify samples submitted for testing.
Maintains investigator shipping information database.
Enters study specific materials requirements in the Logistics Materials database.
Prepares and maintains customer files and documentation including custom study forms.
Prints and assembles lab instruction manuals.
Maintains inventory and ensures that investigator sites have adequate and appropriate materials and documentation to collect specimens for projects.
Enters and maintains accurate inventory information in the Clin Axys II laboratory information system.
Reviews monthly reports for materials expiration.
Prints labels and forms to study and visit specification for customer orders.
Collates laboratory specimen collection materials to study and visit specifications for customer orders.
Packages specimen collection materials for shipment.
Creates courier air way bills for domestic and international shipments. Compiles all necessary regulatory and customs documentation for international shipments.
Supports daily operations for research studies and clinical trials
Communicates project indicators to internal management.
Enters client orders into kit production software.
Produces documentation required to accurately bill for specimen collection kits.
Answers telephone and e-mail inquiries from investigator sites regarding supply orders.
Tracks delivery of outbound packages through FedEx.
Other duties as assigned.
Education/Experience: Two years of post high school education which included Laboratory Science and technical training closely related to this position; or a combination of formal training and experience equivalent to the above.
At least 2 years of secretarial and office experience, including 1 year which demonstrated the ability to work with minimum supervision, effective communication skill and a high degree of organizational skills.
Technical: Advanced PC skills; minimum Windows 3.1, Microsoft Work 6.0, Microsoft Excel. Ability to operate commonly used office machines such as fax, copiers, and calculators.
Or a combination of formal training and experience equivalent to the above.
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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