May 12, 2022 at 9:07 am #29792
The Department of Clinical Neurosciences in the Cumming School of Medicine invites applications for a Research Assistant. This Full-time Fixed Term position is for approximately 1 year (based on length of grant funding), with the possibility of extension.
This position reports to the project leader of the Research unit. However, tasks and instructions may be handed out from other team members within the unit.
The primary purpose of the position is to perform clinical research assessments on human subjects participating in clinical research studies and clinical trials on age-related cognitive decline and dementia.
Summary of Key Responsibilities (job functions include but are not limited to):
To perform clinical research assessments on human subjects participating in clinical research studies and clinical trials on age-related cognitive decline and dementia.
To administer neuropsychological tests to research subjects.
To input neuropsychological test data and other research data into databases.
May be required to assist with preparing and administering materials for research projects.
These purposes must all be met while maintaining accurate safety and legislated policies within the University as well as staying informed and educated regarding any changes.
Ability to demonstrate assigned and scheduled tasks are done on own initiative and that results are beneficial to the success of the department.
Assist in the development, designing and implementation of policy which governs team objectives.
Maintain established procedures and programs including but not limited to the assurance of a hazard free working environment.
Good relationships are established and maintained with all unit members, including part time members who may report to this position.
Explains study procedures to human subjects.
Administers standardized neuropsychological testing and other research assessments.
Enters data into study databases and generates reports.
Coordinates schedule for human subjects for outpatient research procedures during business hours.
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