Working under moderate supervision, the research assistant 1 is responsible for carrying out the day to day data collection procedures for a research project involving the study of personal health and systemChange. The research assistant will work directly with human participants one- on-one, often serving as an interventionist or personal health coach.
1. Administer questionnaires and conduct physical assessments on human subjects.
2. Collect and enter data.
3. Initialize and perform analysis on accelerometer data.
4. Maintain records.
5. May facilitate group teleconference sessions and serve as an interventionist.
6. Order supplies as needed, managing purchases, payments and reimbursements from the grant.
7. Help develop intervention manuals and handouts.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Department: Daily contact with supervisor.
University: Contact with others as directed.
External: Contact with individual subjects.
Students: Contact with students who may be working on project.
No supervisory responsibility.
Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree and 0 to 1 year of experience or Associate’s degree in an approved biotechnology program and 0 to 2 years experience.
1. Proficient with developing and modify databases.
2. Excellent organizational skills
3. Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitivity in all aspects of working with human subjects.
4. Ability to administer the data collection instrument.
5. Proficient in use of computer, Microsoft Office products, email and other products as required.
Employee will be working with individual participants in a safe clinical setting. No travel required.
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Case Western Reserve University - 6 months ago
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