Pharma Medica Research is a full service contract research organization specialized in conducting early phase clinical trials in healthy volunteers, special and patient populations. We are currently searching for a Medical Screener to join our Scarborough team!
The function of the Medical Screener I is to ensure that potential subjects meet the protocol requirements to ensure a full panel is obtained for each study at Pharma Medica Research Inc. (PMRI). Position reports to Screening Coordinator/or designate.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Read, understand, and be familiar with study protocols.
- Communicate clearly and effectively with prospective subjects and other screening staff.
- Conduct initial interview with prospective subjects and record subjects’ medical history.
- Obtain Informed Consent from prospective subjects by providing clear explanation of informed consent and answering questions or concerns of potential participants.
- Perform screening procedures such as but not limited to: blood sample collection, sample processing and storage, vital signs, ECGs, etc., according to the study protocol and/or SOP requirements.
- Procure and/or process biological samples as required to conduct a clinical study.
- Perform general clinical duties to prepare for the clinical study (i.e. tube labeling, set up bleeding stations, etc…).
- Perform general cleaning duties (i.e. decontaminate workstations and equipment such as centrifuges and fridges).
- Properly complete documentation of clinical activities according to GCP, SOP guidelines, and/or FDA/TPD regulations.
- Participate regularly in PMRI training programs including GCP, SOP training and PMRI in-house training modules.
- Achieve 80% or greater in all PMRI training evaluations including GCP, SOP tests and PMRI in-house training module test.
- Follow Joint Health and Safety rules and regulations at all times.
- Perform any tasks required by the Screening Group Leader/Study Coordinator deemed necessary to conduct a clinical study.
- Other duties as required.
Education and Experience:
- Three years community college or university degree.
- Must be familiar with medical terminology or nursing background.
- Completion of recognized Phlebotomy/ECG program.
- 1 year CRO experience or equivalent.
- 1 year working experience in a medical environment (clinic)
- Excellent verbal and written English communication skills.
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Ability to work both independently and as a team member.
- Familiar with medical terminology.
If you meet the above requirements, apply today!
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
- Dental Care
- Extended Health Care
- Life Insurance
- On-site Parking
- Paid Time Off
- Vision Care
- Day shift
- Monday to Friday
- Night Shift
- Healthcare: 1 year (Preferred)