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Research Nurse II

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JOB TITLE:
Research Nurse II
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JOB LOCATION:
North Chicago Illinois / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION :
20-30 hours a week.
Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 7:30-3:30.

The Clinical Research Nurse is Registered Nurse who assists in the initiation and completion of all study-related activities with regard to Phase I Clinical Research Studies conducted at the ACPRU. 3-5 Years of Experience

NOTES FROM MANAGER:
1) What hours and days will this person be working? 20-30 hours a week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 730-330.
2) What are the top 5 skills/requirements this person is required have?
a. Required Skill 1: Communication skills
b. Required Skill 2: Listening and answering volunteer questions
c. Required Skill 3: Customer Service skills
d. Required Skill 4: Multitasking
e. Required Skill 5: Nursing skills
3) What years of experience is required? 5+ Years of Experience
4) What level of education, type of degree and/or certification is required? Nursing, RN.
5) What is a nice to have (but not required) regarding skills, requirements, experience, education, or certification? Clinical trial experience, informed consent experience.
6) What is the environment that this person will be working in (i.e. group setting vs individual role)? Individual role.
7) Is any testing required for this role? No.
8) Does this position offer the ability to work remotely on a regular basis or is it an on-site role? If remote opportunity exists, what are the options (i.e. 1 day remote, 4 days on-site)? Mostly onsite with possible off site screenings at University of Illinois Rockford, University of Illinois Chicago, and university of Illinois Champaign.
9) What positions/background experience do you feel are successful in this role? Previous nursing experience, healthcare settings.

Position Details

Jun 14, 2021
Health Care
S16204860869225355
Illinois / United States
North Chicago
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20-30 hours a week.
Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 7:30-3:30.

The Clinical Research Nurse is Registered Nurse who assists in the initiation and completion of all study-related activities with regard to Phase I Clinical Research Studies conducted at the ACPRU. 3-5 Years of Experience

NOTES FROM MANAGER:
1) What hours and days will this person be working? 20-30 hours a week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 730-330.
2) What are the top 5 skills/requirements this person is required have?
a. Required Skill 1: Communication skills
b. Required Skill 2: Listening and answering volunteer questions
c. Required Skill 3: Customer Service skills
d. Required Skill 4: Multitasking
e. Required Skill 5: Nursing skills
3) What years of experience is required? 5+ Years of Experience
4) What level of education, type of degree and/or certification is required? Nursing, RN.
5) What is a nice to have (but not required) regarding skills, requirements, experience, education, or certification? Clinical trial experience, informed consent experience.
6) What is the environment that this person will be working in (i.e. group setting vs individual role)? Individual role.
7) Is any testing required for this role? No.
8) Does this position offer the ability to work remotely on a regular basis or is it an on-site role? If remote opportunity exists, what are the options (i.e. 1 day remote, 4 days on-site)? Mostly onsite with possible off site screenings at University of Illinois Rockford, University of Illinois Chicago, and university of Illinois Champaign.
9) What positions/background experience do you feel are successful in this role? Previous nursing experience, healthcare settings.