MEIRxRS Irvine, CA
Sep 19, 2017Full time
Our large-pharma partner in Irvine, CA will be using our apprenticeship program for 5 clinical research apprenticeships starting this fall. The program is open to military veterans who are unemployed, underemployed or about to leave the service, have at least an associates degree, and live in California or New Jersey. Clinical Data Managers are responsible for collecting data from clinical trials created for pharmaceuticals, biologics, or devices. They ensure data collected is accurately, grouped properly, solve operational problems, and may prepare statistical reports. They work with complex computerized records systems and maintain security and integrity. Each apprenticeship opportunity includes a certification upon completion. Collect data from clinical trials. Sort information and then ensure it is screened, grouped, summarized, transcribed, and coded. Consult with other employees to solve operational problems. Provide clerical duties such as entry, transcription, coding, and collating searches. Prioritize work in line with project management decisions. Manage clinical trials through review, computerization, cleaning and auditing of clinical and safety data and databases in compliance with standard operating procedures, client guidelines and regulatory agency guidelines. Validate clinical trial data to ensure consistency, integrity and accuracy based on project specific guidelines. Generate data retrievals and summaries. Query data inconsistencies and revise case report forms in compliance with standard operating procedures. Perform query resolution and initiate direct contact / follow up with sites for additional information. Review case report forms for completeness and consistency. Implement strategy for data cleaning and the design and programming of clinical databases. Review and approve design, review ground rules and database design according to Standard Operating procedures and protocol. If interested, please click Apply now to submit your resume on our website.