Clinical Research Coordinator (Former Employee) – US – January 10, 2017
The company was great until it merged with another. We were overworked, underpaid and micro managed to death. The work load was unbearable even after repeated requests to assist. Its a pharmaceutical factory with one goal in mind. Employees nor patients matter as long as the cash is rolling in.
Clinical Research Coordinator II (Former Employee) – Washington City, DC – September 20, 2016
when i first started i loved it, minus the feeling in the pit of my stomach about how they use people just as money objects without too much care about their well being. It soon got worst, as our site began doing horrible because of the manager at the time. we got punished but she got a promotion. imagine that. great benefits, but awful place to work
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Greer, SC – June 14, 2016
Management needs improvement in making sure employees understand what was required of employees. Beware! New employees are not a part of the team or original crew and you will soon learn. Greer, SC location is like working amongst a high school clique that smiles in your face and stab you in the back. DO NOT MESH YOUR PERSONAL LIFE WITH WORK HERE.
Research Assistant/Recruitment Specialist (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 25, 2016
I loved my job as a research assistant. However, the days were 10 hr days and not much to do to fill the day. When I completed the tasks for the day, I would find things to do. The most enjoyable part of my job was drawing blood, processing samples, then shipping off samples according to GCP.
crc (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 22, 2015
good team to work with, management was awesome. good pay and benefits, good principle investigator, good coworkers, corporate offices well educated the team, commute was good, overall satisfied with this job
Research Technician (Former Employee) – Boise, ID – June 18, 2015
Working graveyard shifts there didn't allow me to be around coworkers since most of my work was done independently with study patients. I learned a lot and gained greater appreciation for how strict tests and timed protocols are run and their need for accuracy. Management/Head Researcher was thorough in explaining new studies and making sure employees understood what was required. The timing of tests and blood draws presented the biggest challenge if someone was a difficult draw. It would present a challenge for other timed draws.
Learned how to do drug research as well as starting a Mammo Center.
Mammorgraphy Director (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 29, 2015
My typical work day was scheduling Mammograms. Doing the Mammograms Keeping state and Federal regulations. Learning how to do drug trials. Many co workers that I got along with most. The hardest part of the job was making other study guides understand the FDA and state regulations. The enjoyable part of the job was being my own boss.
Lead Clinical Research Coordinator (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – September 26, 2013
A typical day would be see patients in the morning, lab work and clerical (data entry) in the afternoon.I learn about my patient and how the drug is affecting them. In the Research field there is minimal supervision however, I am the training supervisor. My co workers and I, becasue the company is so small; we treat each other like family.The hardest part of the day is the work flow can get a tad bit heavy; however since the buisness is so small we dont have much help. The most enjoyable time is interacting with my patients and co workers. I was also the fitness coach so having work out days and lunch-ins were enjoyable as well.
Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – March 14, 2013
Radiant Research was a pleasant work place, They offered weight room for their employes. Answering the phones, connecting people with available studies. My co-workers and I got along. The hardest part of the job was leaving. the most enjoyable was meeting a great group of people.