Office Assistant C (Clinical Projects Assistant)-2

Updated: 4 months ago
Location: Old Montreal, QUEBEC
Job Type: PartTime

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Hiring Unit:
The Clinical Research Unit

Position Summary:

The Clinical Research Unit conducts more than 100 clinical trials and supports the Neuro's different programs and units in conducting clinical research projects. In collaboration with the regular research staff (research coordinators, lab team, nurses, etc.) the Office Assistant C (Clinical Projects Assistant) facilitates regular daily operations pertaining to clinical research projects in various ways:

  • Organize, file and archive documents
  • Enter information in electronic data capture software and spreadsheets
  • Guide patients during their visit at the Neuro
  • Transport samples from point of collection to the processing team in the lab
  • Identify pertinent information in paper or electronic records as requested by research coordinators

Minimum Education and Experience:

High School Diploma 2 Years Related Experience

Hourly Salary:

(AMUSE C) $18.00

Estimated Number of Work Hours per Week:

28 (Part time)

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