Research Audiologist
Marine Corps Community Counseling Center, Camp Lejeune, NC - Camp Lejeune, NC

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DESCRIPTION

Looking for an exciting new career? Join our team! The Geneva Foundation is a non-profit organization which promotes and supports military medicine. The Foundation has built relationships with highly skilled, exceptionally motivated, world-recognized researchers and medical professionals and hires top-quality staff. By joining The Geneva Foundation, you will have an exciting and stimulating career in which you will advance, "The Future of Military Medicine. Today."

The Research Audiologist is responsible for clinical support and data collection for all study subjects appointments. Coordination of research subjects, tasks, data collection and data.

This position will support multiple studies centered around auditory fitness for duty evaluation for the Hearing Center of Excellence. The position will take place at Camp Lejeune, NC.

DUTIES

  • Administer vestibular and oculomotor testing to include the planning and coordination,
  • Record and observe patient's response to all testing
  • Record all pertinent data in the patient's medical records
  • Conduct data acquisition and analysis
  • Prepare and submit progress reports and data deliverables
  • Author and/or co-author publishable documents
  • Evaluate patients response to battery of tests
  • Create clinical databases
  • Provide clinical support for subjects while being tested on vestibular equipment
  • Adhere to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and infection control procedures, when applicable
  • Participate in the hiring, training and supervision of other research personnel as applicable
  • Maintain a collaborative research environment between the Principal Investigator (PI), other site personnel, research participants, The Geneva Foundation and the funding organization
  • Oversee subject recruitment and enrollment, as needed
  • Conduct research subject visits as directed
  • Collect data and complete data entry process
  • Prepare interim and final progress reports
  • Document all correspondence and communication pertinent to the research
  • Maintain the security and confidentiality of all research records
  • Perform duties necessary to comply with and implement research study protocol
  • Provide support to PI and research team by data gathering, collection and analysis, preparation of publications and preparation and presentation of results via papers and national meetings
QUALIFICATIONS

  • Au.D degree from an accredited program
  • Au.D license and maintain this license throughout the term of the contract
  • 3-5 years' experience in audiology preferred, with some experience in vestibular assessment
  • 3-5 years non-profit, research, or healthcare experience desired
  • Knowledge of Institutional Review Board practice and human subject regulations
  • Familiarity with diagnostic vestibular assessments including: VNG, Rotational Chair
  • Demonstrate competence in oral and written communication
  • Must be organized, attentive to detail, and possess a positive, friendly and professional demeanor
  • Must be flexible with changing priorities and able to communicate in a diplomatic and professional manner
  • Computer skills including at least intermediate level experience with Microsoft Office Software including MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and have willingness to learn and trouble shoot computer related issues.
  • Knowledge of clinical or general research techniques is required
  • Knowledge of basic statistics is a plus
  • Must be a US citizen and be able to pass a government background investigation
  • Must possess current BLS (Basic Life Support) certification and maintain it during the term of the contract
  • Administer vestibular and oculomotor testing to include the planning and coordination,
  • Record and observe patient's response to all testing
  • Record all pertinent data in the patient's medical records
  • Conduct data acquisition and analysis
  • Prepare and submit progress reports and data deliverables
  • Author and/or co-author publishable documents
  • Evaluate patients response to battery of tests
  • Create clinical databases
  • Provide clinical support for subjects while being tested on vestibular equipment
  • Adhere to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and infection control procedures, when applicable
  • Participate in the hiring, training and supervision of other research personnel as applicable
  • Maintain a collaborative research environment between the Principal Investigator (PI), other site personnel, research participants, The Geneva Foundation and the funding organization
  • Oversee subject recruitment and enrollment, as needed
  • Conduct research subject visits as directed
  • Collect data and complete data entry process
  • Prepare interim and final progress reports
  • Document all correspondence and communication pertinent to the research
  • Maintain the security and confidentiality of all research records
  • Perform duties necessary to comply with and implement research study protocol
  • Provide support to PI and research team by data gathering, collection and analysis, preparation of publications and preparation and presentation of results via papers and national meetings

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