Study Nurse (Puerto Rico)
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About the Opportunity:
The Study Nurse will be part of the PROTECT/ECHO research studies
based at the University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus in
San Juan, Puerto Rico. This position will recruit and complete the
consent process for study participants, working to meet a weekly
goal of recruitment. The Study Nurse will complete follow-up
interviews with participants, both in-person and by telephone. They
will be responsible for accurately filling out study questionnaires
while interviewing participants. They will also perform medical
record data abstractions and enter data into REDCap. The Study
Nurse will collect biological samples from participants. This will
involve coordinating with both participants and laboratories.
Transporting biological samples will also be required.
Degree and certification in nursing required and 1-3 years'
experience preferred. The Study Nurse must have excellent written
and oral communication skills and will be detail-oriented and
organized, and excellent interpersonal skills. Fluency in Spanish,
ideally Puerto Rican Spanish, is required. Prior experience in
research studies is preferred.
To apply, visit https://careers.pageuppeople.com/879/cw/en-us/job/507614