Job Summary A Clinical Instrumentation Technician is a professional who will coordinate and execute clinical research projects involving instrumentation. This person will assess and evaluate subjects/subject safety. In compliance with established clinical research organizational policies/procedures, Good Clinical Practices plan, will conduct clinical research protocols. This person will work under the general supervision of a bio-instrumentation Senior Scientist responsible for the clinical studies.
Duties and Responsibilities • Obtain and review records for potential research subjects; maintain study records of research subjects that include documentation of study procedures and progress of research study subjects, following guidelines set forth by the protocol sponsors. • Coordinate research activities and procedures for study subjects. Complete case report forms for each study participant and document study data in subject study file. • Maintain adequate inventory of research supplies necessary for research activities. Maintain exam rooms and laboratory. • Set-up and verify study instruments and site equipment for use in HST studies and daily operations. • Schedule instrument calibrations and maintain calibration records. • Train users on site equipment operation. • Conduct research studies using instrumentation or equipment. • Troubleshoot simple equipment or instrument issues. • Assemble instrument data for data analysis. • Execute instrument or equipment trials during method development or maintenance activities. • Surplus of instruments and equipment. • Update standard work instructions for instruments and equipment as needed • Maintain lab/exam computers and accessories for daily operations. • Review recruited clinical study subjects for eligibility; schedule appointments and interviews, and evaluate potential subjects. • Assess and document compliance of research subjects.
Qualifications • Possess or working towards Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in a science, engineering, or technology field such as Radiologic Technology. • 1 to 3+ years of exposure in a technical role, research or laboratory environment. • Ability to quickly learn software applications. • Strong problem-solving abilities. • Ability to work independently or as part of a team to complete projects within required timeframes. • Excellent oral and written communication skills. • High degree of empathy for subjects. • Understand the Responsible Conduct of Human Subjects Testing. • Available 30+ hours per week.
** Experience as an X-ray tech, or respiratory is a plus