The USC Keck School of Medicine - Alzheimer Therapeutic Research Institute (ATRI), located in San Diego, California, is an academic institute comprised of an expert panel of scientific collaborators, committed to advancing the development of new treatments for Alzheimerâs Disease (AD) through innovative clinical trials.
The ATRI is seeking a dependable and detail-oriented Project Assistant to support the ATRI Clinical Operations team in managing the implementation, maintenance and closeout of Alzheimerâs disease clinical trials at multiple national and international ATRI clinical trial study sites.Â
The ATRI Project Assistant serves a key support role on the Clinical Operations team.Â Responsibilities of the Project Assistant position include, but are not limited to:Â
Utilizing and maintaining spreadsheets and other systems to track and disseminate information necessary for the effective oversight of clinical trial sites and study activities
Drafting communications and advising clinical trial sites in a manner consistent with study procedures and ICH-GCP (Good Clinical Practices) guidelines
Drafting, facilitating the review of, and distributing study materials such as source documents, procedures manuals, training certificates, etc.
Organizing and filing essential documents consistent with the study protocolâs Trial Master File
Facilitating teleconferences, meetings and training sessions
Assisting with the procurement and distribution of supplies and other materials necessary for the successful conduct of the trial
The ideal candidate will have strong organizational capabilities, excellent written and oral communications skills, and demonstrated ability to support clinical trials or similar research activities.Â Â
Two years of experience is preferred.
Location:Â San Diego, CA
Salary is dependent on education and experience.
Minimum Education: High school or equivalentMinimum Experience: 1 yearMinimum Field of Expertise: Knowledge of data collection procedures and some experience with proposal preparation and production of technical documents
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