Rater Training Associate

Scientific Search
Oct 13, 2016
Nov 10, 2016
Employer Type
Direct Employer
Employment Type
Full Time
Job Description:

RATER TRAINING ASSOCIATE Contributes to and coordinates activities required to select and train site raters in the administration of traditional paper and pencil neuropsychological assessments used in clinical trials as well as aid in the monitoring of rater performance in support of Rater Training Managers and Science Directors. Activities may include support of Scales Management department. Essential Job Functions: ?? Contributes to rater selection, training and data monitoring tasks, such as assisting with reviewing and formatting training materials, tracking the results from the Rater Experience Survey (RES), tracking the training activities of raters, and assisting with monitoring rater submissions. ?? Coordinate vendors, such as printers, by specifying printing requirements and timelines. ?? Complete aspects of rater reviews that do not require a neuropsychologist, such as verifying that source documents match data in the Electronic Data Capture (EDC). ?? Coordinate consultant's communications and scheduling. ?? Design and/or maintain the growing library of documents and materials. ?? May also contribute to scales management activities such as: o Scale document formatting and quality control. ?? Copyright due diligence: o Orders published scale materials and organizes and maintains a scale library, both of physical published forms and in electronic format in the Clients approved storage location. o Participates in researching the original articles defining scales in order to determine the likely copyright holder. o Organizes material located while researching scales materials including any preexisting scale forms. ?? Coordinates with the Clinical Scales Manager and the Legal team to assist in obtaining copyright agreements within the necessary timeframe. ?? Report usage of tests to copyright holders. Requirements: ?? 2+ years of relevant experience. ?? Bachelor's degree in a scientific or a technical discipline (psychology, nursing, biology, sociology, computer science or engineering) or demonstrated professional experience, preferably with data, software or other technical discipline ?? 0-2 years' work experience, may be unrelated to clinical trials ?? Excellent communication skills (written and oral) in English; ?? Ability to multi-task, being highly organized and methodical, with attention to detail; ?? Strong people skills within the team and with customers and third party providers ?? Demonstrated ability to learn quickly, work independently, plan and be proactive; ?? High level of computer literacy (experience working with clinical software preferable); Other Skills/Abilities: ?? People skills: within the team, and with customers and third party providers, strong desire to learn, to seek feedback on performance and to learn quickly. ?? Communication skills: both written and oral, conflict resolution ?? Work skills: eye for detail, problem solving, compulsion to check and double-check work product, ability to work fast, impeccable record keeping and compliance to procedures, high level of computer literacy (Excel/Office savvy). ?? Good organizational skills: handling multiple tasks, establishing and managing competing priorities, ability to work independently and to be proactive

Company Description:

Since 1983, Scientific Search has been placing technical, management, and executive level professionals. We have been named one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in South Jersey by the Philadelphia Business Journal six times, and one of the prestigious Philadelphia 100 companies on four occasions including this past year. We are also a member of the nationally recognized Inc. 5000. In 2015, we were recognized as one of the best places to work in NJ.