Responsible for the compliance, organization, coordination, recruitment, and retention of research projects for the NeuroSport program. Assists the director in identifying appropriate subjects, and with the development of research goals, identifies, recruits and follows up with potential research subjects. Manages the IRB application including any ammendments, ORIO/AE?s, renewals, and other IRB related updates and responsibilities as needed. Works closely with students and volunteers, as well as with other departments and programs within the university to coordinate the operation of the research. Responsible for the technical aspects of the research projects including knowledge of the instruments, calibrations, and training others to use the instruments. Ensures equipment is operating according to specifications. Participates in NeuroSport staff meetings and conferences related to the progress of the project. Serves as a consultant to the director, faculty and staff on the direction, goals and progress of the research project. Other duties as assigned. |
Bachelors degree in Movement Science, Neuroscience, or related field. 3-5 years as a clinical research coordinator or study coordinator is desired. Experience working with EEG, athletes, and the sports environment preferred. Must have experience working with computers, databases, and the Microsoft office suite, especially word and excel. Must be able to work with minimal supervision, work well with others and demonstrate a high level of integrity. Flexibility a plus, as this position will require some nights and weekends.
This is a limited term position. Funding is currently available through October 2014.
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