Shipping/Supplies Coordinator and Auditor (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – February 24, 2016
Most enjoyable part of my job is the people I work with. I audit supply orders that doctors offices, hospitals and reps request. The hardest part of the job is informing a client why they are not able to receive additional supplies because we base orders off volume from the accounts. A typical day is auditing and editing anywhere from 50-100 supply orders and ensuring they ship in a timely manor. In addition, I also handle any questions or concerns from representatives or accounts.
Responsible for sales of blood diagnostic testing to physicians in multiple specialties in the NE Georgia market. Developed and implemented a business plan based on sales goals and market potential. Job requires many hours driving to smaller towns and cities within the NE region of Georgia. Enjoyed meeting and cultivating work/job relationships with the physicians and staff.
Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – Temecula, CA – September 10, 2015
Professional and fun place to work. Some days were busier than others. Each office was full of friendly staff. Many different individual responsibilities. There was not a lot of variety in the tasks performed everyday; however, there were new patients everyday. The most enjoyable part of the job was creating a comfortable and friendly environment for patients.
Cash Poster (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 3, 2015
This use to be a wonderful place to work before the departure of the previous president. The hours are very flexible and they usually work with you on personal matters. However, within the last year the company has changed and not all change is good.
CLIENT SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 13, 2012
A diagnostic lab, that keeps you on your toes. There is always something to do. What impresses me most about this company is the fact that the president of the company knows my name. When he walks past me he greets me and calls my name. I like that.
Cardiometabolic Lab with industry leading proprietary testing
Clinical Research Coordinator (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – November 24, 2014
As Atherotech's Clinical Research Coordinator I performed the following: • Collaborated with external and internal investigators to build datasets for use in peer-reviewed publications. Including designing datasets in coordination with IT to pull pertinent data from multiple departments (Ex: CPT codes from billing, demographic and client data from CRM, and patient results from lab systems) • Completed first round analysis of designed datasets to identify trends in data (Ex: statistically significant differences in Our Healthy Heart Wellness Program participants vs. non-participating controls) • Responsible for data modeling and the creation of database structures (tables, indexes, etc.) using SQL in a Microsoft Access database • Prepared written reports of first round analyses and presented findings to Atherotech’s Chief Clinical Officer, Medical Science Liaisons, executive level employees, and external investigators • Collaborated with internal and external investigators on preparation and submission of documents required for initial IRB submission and yearly IRB renewal • Collaborated with Chief Clinical Officer and Lab Director to develop and refine the SOPs that guide the processing of clinical research samples • Maintained study documents including clinical procedures, critical values reporting history, and patient informed consent for relevant projects • Prepared relevant internal data and oversaw on-site lab audits conducted by Contract Research Organizations • Conducted and maintained records of internal process review of clinical research processing to ensuremore... adherence to Good Clinical Practices (GCP) and Good Lab Practices (GLP) • Utilized data management tools to analyze, query, manipulate and correct data according to defined business rules and procedures to ensure source data verification of test results provided to research sponsors • Worked directly with Medical Advisory Board members and external investigators to prepare abstracts, manuscripts, and presentations for submissionless