Medical Doctor / SUB investigator (Clinical Research) - Miramar, FL We have an urgent need for a SUB Investigator/Medical Doctor to come and join our client located in Miramar, FL ! As the contract SUB investigator with a large organization, you will be responsible for providing world-class services. In this role, it is critical that you contain strong communication skills and have previous experience in Clinical Research. So, if you re ready to hit-the-ground running with a fulfilling, challenging and rewarding career, then what are you waiting for!? Apply today! If interested please utilize the Apply Now/Submit Resume button in order to be considered for this role! Hours: 24hrs per week. Mainly from Friday - Sunday. Flexible on days. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: SUB INVESTIGATOR The Sub Investigator works closely with the Principal Investigator to oversee the execution of study protocols, delegating study related duties to site staff, as appropriate, and ensuring site compliance with study protocols, study-specific laboratory procedures, standards of Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), quality (QA/QC) procedures, OSHA guidelines, and other state and local regulations as applicable. Possesses a working knowledge of GCP/ICH guidelines, Clinic SOPs, QA/QC procedures, and Investigator 1572 Form Performs all study responsibilities in compliance with the IRB approved protocol Reviews screening documentation and approves subjects for admission to study Reviews admission documentation and approves subject for randomization Provides ongoing assessment of the study subject/patient to identify Adverse Events Reviews and evaluates all study data and comments to the clinical significance of any out of range results Performs physical examinations as part of screening evaluation and active study conduct Provides medical management of adverse events as appropriate Qualifications: A medical degree with current Medical Licensure in the state of Florida is required Certification in a specialty area is required if deemed necessary by the protocol or Sponsor A combination of experience may be considered in lieu of education Experience Minimum of one (1) year of clinical research experience, Phase I preferred Certification/Licensure - ACLS Certification Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Knowledge of medical and research terminology and procedures and clinical data Trained in computerized systems for clinical trials Proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook, and Microsoft Access Work Environment: Predominantly clinical conduct environment Supervisory, team leadership
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