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Clinical Research Coordinator,Birmingham, Alabama   MMG is supporting a large, high-profile program comprising approximately 10 “gold star” clinical trials for the treatment of COVID-19. As part of a larger team, MMG’s role is supporting patient enrollment into all 10 clinical trials. We are growing our team to support this work and we need you to join our fast-paced, dynamic, collaborative team on this complex, ever-changing program. This onsite position supports a clinical research site in Birmingham, Alabama that is conducting an inpatient treatment trial for COVID-19. This is a unique position in that it will support a research-naive Primary Investigator and is responsible for leading efforts related to regulatory approvals and other logistical requirements of clinical trials.   SCOPE OF WORK - Ability to understand and educate patients and healthcare providers on the study protocol. - Administer screening procedures for potentially eligible study participants. - Review records to identify potential patients for recruitment. - Explain and garner signature related to the informed consent process. - Maintain and prepare lab kits for patient visits. - Work with the investigator and other research staff to maintain regulatory binders (on paper and electronically). - Document participant status. - Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality are protected. - Comply with regulatory requirements, guidelines, and regulations. - Ensure call notes and reports are complete and accurate. - Other nursing functions as requested in support of the clinical trial.   QUALIFICATIONS: - Clinical Research Coordinator with Clinical Trial Experience - Must have a minimum of 7 years’ experience directly supporting clinical trials. - Must be comfortable “managing up” to provide guidance to the Primary Investigator and other research-naive site staff - Must have knowledge of study protocols and medical terminology. - Must have knowledge of and experience with EDC and laboratory portals. - Must be familiar with regulatory requirements associated with the conduct of clinical trials. - Strong team player with excellent interpersonal skills. - Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced high-volume environment. - Must be able to build rapport with participants, physicians, investigators, and other research staff. - High level organizational skills and strong attention to detail and prioritize work accordingly. - Must possess proof of current Basic Life Safety (BSL) and GCP training. - Must be willing to work, in-person in a hospital setting, treating patients who are positive for COVID-19.   WORKING CONDITIONS: - On-site, hospital environment - 40 hours/week   Omnicom Health Group is committed to hiring and developing exceptional talent. We agree that talent is equally distributed, and we’re focused on developing diverse teams that can bring the best solutions to everything we do. We strongly believe that celebrating what makes us different makes us better together. Join us—we look forward to getting to know you.
Job ID
2021-29464
Location
US-AL-Birmingham
Category
Patient Recruitment
Clinical Research Coordinator, Austin, Texas   MMG is supporting a large, high-profile program comprising approximately 10 “gold star” clinical trials for the treatment of COVID-19. As part of a larger team, MMG’s role is supporting patient enrollment into all 10 clinical trials. We are growing our team to support this work and we need you to join our fast-paced, dynamic, collaborative team on this complex, ever-changing program. This onsite position supports a clinical research site in Austin, TX that is conducting an inpatient treatment trial for COVID-19. This is a unique position in that it will support a research-naive Primary Investigator and is responsible for leading efforts related to regulatory approvals and other logistical requirements of clinical trials.   SCOPE OF WORK - Ability to understand and educate patients and healthcare providers on the study protocol. - Administer screening procedures for potentially eligible study participants. - Review records to identify potential patients for recruitment. - Explain and garner signature related to the informed consent process. - Maintain and prepare lab kits for patient visits. - Work with the investigator and other research staff to maintain regulatory binders (on paper and electronically). - Document participant status. - Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality are protected. - Comply with regulatory requirements, guidelines, and regulations. - Ensure call notes and reports are complete and accurate. - Other nursing functions as requested in support of the clinical trial.   QUALIFICATIONS: - Clinical Research Coordinator with Clinical Trial Experience - Must have a minimum of 7 years’ experience directly supporting clinical trials. - Must be comfortable “managing up” to provide guidance to the Primary Investigator and other research-naive site staff - Must have knowledge of study protocols and medical terminology. - Must have knowledge of and experience with EDC and laboratory portals. - Must be familiar with regulatory requirements associated with the conduct of clinical trials. - Strong team player with excellent interpersonal skills. - Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced high-volume environment. - Must be able to build rapport with participants, physicians, investigators, and other research staff. - High level organizational skills and strong attention to detail and prioritize work accordingly. - Must possess proof of current Basic Life Safety (BSL) and GCP training. - Must be willing to work, in-person in a hospital setting, treating patients who are positive for COVID-19.   WORKING CONDITIONS: - On-site, hospital environment - 40 hours/week   Omnicom Health Group is committed to hiring and developing exceptional talent. We agree that talent is equally distributed, and we’re focused on developing diverse teams that can bring the best solutions to everything we do. We strongly believe that celebrating what makes us different makes us better together. Join us—we look forward to getting to know you.
Job ID
2021-29463
Location
US-TX-Austin
Category
Patient Recruitment
Clinical Research Coordinator, Boston, Massachusetts   MMG is supporting a large, high-profile program comprising approximately 10 “gold star” clinical trials for the treatment of COVID-19. As part of a larger team, MMG’s role is supporting patient enrollment into all 10 clinical trials. We are growing our team to support this work and we need you to join our fast-paced, dynamic, collaborative team on this complex, ever-changing program. This onsite position supports a clinical research site in Boston, MA that is conducting an inpatient treatment trial for COVID-19.   SCOPE OF WORK: - Ability to understand and educate patients and healthcare providers on the study protocol. - Administer screening procedures for potentially eligible study participants. - Review records to identify potential patients for recruitment. - Facilitate the informed consent process. - Maintain and prepare lab kits for patient visits. - Work with the investigator and other research staff to maintain regulatory binders (on paper and electronically). - Document participant status. - Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality are protected. - Comply with regulatory requirements, guidelines, and regulations. - Ensure call notes and reports are complete and accurate. - Other nursing functions as requested in support of the clinical trial.   QUALIFICATIONS: - Clinical Research Coordinator with Clinical Trial Experience - Must have knowledge of study protocols and medical terminology. - Must have knowledge of and experience with EDC and laboratory portals. - Must be familiar with regulatory requirements associated with the conduct of clinical trials. - Strong team player with excellent interpersonal skills. - Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced high-volume environment. - Must be able to build rapport with participants, physicians, investigators, and other research staff. - High level organizational skills and strong attention to detail and prioritize work accordingly. - Must possess proof of current Basic Life Safety (BSL) and GCP training. - Must be willing to work, in-person in a hospital setting, treating patients who are positive for COVID-19.   WORKING CONDITIONS: - On-site, hospital environment - 40 hours/week   Omnicom Health Group is committed to hiring and developing exceptional talent. We agree that talent is equally distributed, and we’re focused on developing diverse teams that can bring the best solutions to everything we do. We strongly believe that celebrating what makes us different makes us better together. Join us—we look forward to getting to know you.
Job ID
2021-29462
Location
US-MA-Boston
Category
Patient Recruitment
Clinical Research Coordinator, Hattiesburg, MS   MMG is supporting a large, high-profile program comprising approximately 10 “gold star” clinical trials for the treatment of COVID-19. As part of a larger team, MMG’s role is supporting patient enrollment into all 10 clinical trials. We are growing our team to support this work and we need you to join our fast-paced, dynamic, collaborative team on this complex, ever-changing program. This onsite position supports a clinical research site in Boston, MA that is conducting an inpatient treatment trial for COVID-19. SCOPE OF WORK: - Ability to understand and educate patients and healthcare providers on the study protocol. - Administer screening procedures for potentially eligible study participants. - Review records to identify potential patients for recruitment. - Facilitate the informed consent process. - Maintain and prepare lab kits for patient visits. - Work with the investigator and other research staff to maintain regulatory binders (on paper and electronically). - Document participant status. - Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality are protected. - Comply with regulatory requirements, guidelines, and regulations. - Ensure call notes and reports are complete and accurate. - Other nursing functions as requested in support of the clinical trial.   QUALIFICATIONS: - Clinical Research Coordinator with Clinical Trial Experience - Must have knowledge of study protocols and medical terminology. - Must have knowledge of and experience with EDC and laboratory portals. - Must be familiar with regulatory requirements associated with the conduct of clinical trials. - Strong team player with excellent interpersonal skills. - Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced high-volume environment. - Must be able to build rapport with participants, physicians, investigators, and other research staff. - High level organizational skills and strong attention to detail and prioritize work accordingly. - Must possess proof of current Basic Life Safety (BSL) and GCP training. - Must be willing to work, in-person in a hospital setting, treating patients who are positive for COVID-19.   WORKING CONDITIONS: - On-site, hospital environment - 40 hours/week   Omnicom Health Group is committed to hiring and developing exceptional talent. We agree that talent is equally distributed, and we’re focused on developing diverse teams that can bring the best solutions to everything we do. We strongly believe that celebrating what makes us different makes us better together. Join us—we look forward to getting to know you.
Job ID
2021-29461
Location
US-MS-Hattiesburg
Category
Patient Recruitment
Clinical Research Coordinator, Dallas, Texas MMG is supporting a large, high-profile program comprising approximately 10 “gold star” clinical trials for the treatment of COVID-19. As part of a larger team, MMG’s role is supporting patient enrollment into all 10 clinical trials. We are growing our team to support this work and we need you to join our fast-paced, dynamic, collaborative team on this complex, ever-changing program. This onsite position supports a clinical research site in Dallas, TX that is conducting an inpatient treatment trial for COVID-19. This is a unique position in that it will support a research-naive Primary Investigator and is responsible for leading efforts related to regulatory approvals and other logistical requirements of clinical trials.   SCOPE OF WORK - Ability to understand and educate patients and healthcare providers on the study protocol. - Administer screening procedures for potentially eligible study participants. - Review records to identify potential patients for recruitment. - Explain and garner signature related to the informed consent process. - Maintain and prepare lab kits for patient visits. - Work with the investigator and other research staff to maintain regulatory binders (on paper and electronically). - Document participant status. - Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality are protected. - Comply with regulatory requirements, guidelines, and regulations. - Ensure call notes and reports are complete and accurate. - Other nursing functions as requested in support of the clinical trial.   QUALIFICATIONS: - Clinical Research Coordinator with Clinical Trial Experience in Texas. - Must have a minimum of 7 years’ experience directly supporting clinical trials. - Must be comfortable “managing up” to provide guidance to the Primary Investigator and other research-naive site staff - Must have knowledge of study protocols and medical terminology. - Must have knowledge of and experience with EDC and laboratory portals. - Must be familiar with regulatory requirements associated with the conduct of clinical trials. - Strong team player with excellent interpersonal skills. - Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced high-volume environment. - Must be able to build rapport with participants, physicians, investigators, and other research staff. - High level organizational skills and strong attention to detail and prioritize work accordingly. - Must possess proof of current Basic Life Safety (BSL) and GCP training. - Must be willing to work, in-person in a hospital setting, treating patients who are positive for COVID-19.   WORKING CONDITIONS: - On-site, hospital environment - 40 hours/week   Omnicom Health Group is committed to hiring and developing exceptional talent. We agree that talent is equally distributed, and we’re focused on developing diverse teams that can bring the best solutions to everything we do. We strongly believe that celebrating what makes us different makes us better together. Join us—we look forward to getting to know you.
Job ID
2021-29460
Location
US-TX-Dallas
Category
Patient Recruitment
Clinical Research Coordinator, Baton Rouge, Louisiana   MMG is supporting a large, high-profile program comprising approximately 10 “gold star” clinical trials for the treatment of COVID-19. As part of a larger team, MMG’s role is supporting patient enrollment into all 10 clinical trials. We are growing our team to support this work and we need you to join our fast-paced, dynamic, collaborative team on this complex, ever-changing program. This onsite position supports a clinical research site in Baton Rouge, LA that is conducting an inpatient treatment trial for COVID-19. This is a unique position in that it will support a research-naive Primary Investigator and is responsible for leading efforts related to regulatory approvals and other logistical requirements of clinical trials.   SCOPE OF WORK - Ability to understand and educate patients and healthcare providers on the study protocol. - Administer screening procedures for potentially eligible study participants. - Review records to identify potential patients for recruitment. - Explain and garner signature related to the informed consent process. - Maintain and prepare lab kits for patient visits. - Work with the investigator and other research staff to maintain regulatory binders (on paper and electronically). - Document participant status. - Ensure patient privacy and confidentiality are protected. - Comply with regulatory requirements, guidelines, and regulations. - Ensure call notes and reports are complete and accurate. - Other nursing functions as requested in support of the clinical trial.   QUALIFICATIONS: - Clinical Research Coordinator with Clinical Trial Experience - Must have a minimum of 7 years’ experience directly supporting clinical trials. - Must be comfortable “managing up” to provide guidance to the Primary Investigator and other research-naive site staff - Must have knowledge of study protocols and medical terminology. - Must have knowledge of and experience with EDC and laboratory portals. - Must have experience using EPIC. - Must be familiar with regulatory requirements associated with the conduct of clinical trials. - Strong team player with excellent interpersonal skills. - Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced high-volume environment. - Must be able to build rapport with participants, physicians, investigators, and other research staff. - High level organizational skills and strong attention to detail and prioritize work accordingly. - Must possess proof of current Basic Life Safety (BSL) and GCP training. - Must be willing to undergo a drug screen and background check. - Phlebotomy experience preferred (for conducting study related blood draws). - ACLS preferred but not required. - Must be willing to work, in-person in a hospital setting, treating patients who are positive for COVID-19. - If unvaccinated for COVID-19, must be willing to undergo weekly COVID-19 testing.   WORKING CONDITIONS: - On-site, hospital environment - 40 hours/week   Omnicom Health Group is committed to hiring and developing exceptional talent. We agree that talent is equally distributed, and we’re focused on developing diverse teams that can bring the best solutions to everything we do. We strongly believe that celebrating what makes us different makes us better together. Join us—we look forward to getting to know you.
Job ID
2021-29459
Location
US-LA-Baton Rouge
Category
Patient Recruitment
The Cloud Systems Administrator/jr DevOps Engineer supports the Technology Services Team in the development, configuration, implementation, and management of systems that comprise the cloud services. The Cloud Systems Administrator/DEVOPS Engineer will lead, oversee, and maintain the tools, technologies, and administration of the multiuser computing environment. Responsibilities include setting up public or private cloud systems, ork with the Windows, Linux, networking, and infrastructure teams in researching tools and technologies, recommending process improvement, developing and implementing automation, as well as managing the promotion and release digital products and solutions through the entire life cycle.   The team is open to meeting candidates that would require the ability to work on a remote basis.       Essential Functions: - Install, configure, document, and administer cloud hosted applications, database, and web application servers.  - Perform system and software upgrades including the planning, testing, validation, and coordination with infrastructure & security teams. - Administration of health & performance monitoring, system tuning, and recommend configuration and process changes. - Develop and maintain processes, scripts, scheduled tasks, and automations for system deployment and life-cycle management. - Work closely with software developers and database administrators to improve and automate deployment and life cycle management processes - Provide administration and management for the Source Code Management (SCM) system, Continuous Integration (CI/Pipelines) deployment systems, as well as managing development UAT, and production environments. Education and Experience:  - Bachelor's degree in information technology, computer science, or related discipline - 3 years of experience managing, configuring and administering Azure and AWS resources - 1 year of experience supporting software development and/or application release amangement - Knowledge of SQL administration, performance tuning, monitoring, and backup operations desirable - Training and/or certification in Azure/AWS cloud, or DEVOPS desirable Technology Skills:  - Familiar with .NET Core/C# .NET/Angular JS Frameworks - Web hosting technologies including Microsoft IIS, Azure, and AWS - MS SQL, Azure SQL database engine administration, monitoring, and management - System administration skills in enterprise environments including the management of permissions, performance monitoring, optimization, COO, and DR - Understanding and operational knowledge of DEVOPS toolsets including SCM, CI, Deployment, Change Control, and tracking. (i.e., Azure DEVOPS, TeamCity, WebDeploy, GitHub Enterprise, Pipelines) - Scripting in PowerShell, CScript, SQL, and VBscript - Understanding of UNIX/LINUX system administration desirable Critical Success Factors:  - Ability to learn new tools and skills quickly providing documentation and guidance for users - Ability to write clean and readable documentation and instructions for technical and non-technical users - Strong understanding of operating systems, networking, security, encryption, and software engineering practices - Knowledge and interest in continuous integration/continuous delivery systems and practices  - Critical thinking and Problem solving skills - High attention to detail - Self-starter with the ability to work independently and see tasks through to completion - Team player with ability to provide strong input and contribution Omnicom Health Group is committed to hiring and developing exceptional talent. We agree that talent is equally distributed, and we’re focused on developing diverse teams that can bring the best solutions to everything we do. We strongly believe that celebrating what makes us different makes us better together. Join us—we look forward to getting to know you.
Job ID
2021-28578
Location
US-MD-Rockville
Category
Patient Recruitment

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