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Research Nurse I

Madison, WI
Closing date
Jan 15, 2022

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Nursing, General Nursing
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Job Overview:

Are you seeking a career in a non-traditional nursing environment?

Well our Research Nurse I position here at Labcorp is the job for you!!!

As a Research Nurse I with our organization you will have the ....
  • Opportunity to work with volunteers doing research on clinical trials for groundbreaking new medications.
  • Chance to gain experience working within the constantly evolving world of clinical pharmacology.
  • Collaborative, fast-paced work environment where no two days will be the same; very different than the orthodox nursing role.
LabCorp Drug Development
  • Top CRO with unmatched global footprint
  • 70K+ employees in 100 countries worldwide
  • Collaborated on 87% of novel drugs approved by the FDA in 2020, including 86% novel oncology drugs, and 88% rare and orphan medicines.
  • Cutting edge Oncology work in Immunotherapy & CAR-T and also COVID trials
  • Global support and collaborative team environment, 24/7 IT Support for regional employees
  • Focus on our people (employees) and their career path
  • SuccessPath - this platform is the employee version of our career site - you can set alerts, refer friends and apply to openings.
  • Launched a "when in counts" campaign, where employees can provide online recognition to co-workers that have gone above and beyond, to date 100s have been recognized.
Benefits Overview
  • 4 Health Insurance providers
  • United Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Aetna
  • Llife insurance
  • FTO - Flexible Time Off
  • 401K (dollar to dollar match, up to 5% match with no vesting period)
  • Wellness awards to reduce out of pocket premiums
  • Employee recognition awards (ACE) for high performers and recognition
  • Employee pricing on travel, appliances, cars, insurance, computers, cell phone plan
Job Description:

Responsible for study unit activities in the conduct of clinical trials with emphasis on the safety and welfare of study participants.

Essential Job Duties:
  • Ensure that the dignity, health, safety, and welfare of participants is given the highest priority at all times
  • Be current with appropriate emergency certifications and company emergency policy and procedures
  • Respond to emergency situations based upon nursing standards
  • Utilize skills, knowledge, nursing diagnosis, and clinical judgement in order to provide a high standard of care for participants in clinical trials
  • Utilize nursing assessment skills to observe participant general well-being and potential adverse events. Document adverse events and takes appropriate action as needed
  • Obtain Informed Consent and continue the ICF process by educating, explaining and informing participants of study procedures
  • May obtain medical history
  • Administer investigational compounds (inclusive of parenteral) to participants according to the protocol and applicable regulations
  • Perform study related activities such as cannulation, telemetry, holters, vital signs, ECGs, venipuncture
  • Collect and process biological samples according to the protocol and Standard Operating Procedures
  • Record data obtained in a timely, error free manner according to the protocol and Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Maintain an understanding of current regulatory requirements
  • Transcribe source data onto the Case Report Form
  • Take responsibility for quality control of study data
  • Attend all required meetings, as appropriate
  • Maintain accurate records of all work undertaken
  • Maintain skills to perform all study tasks, as required
  • Maintain constant awareness of participant safety and dignity at all times
  • Handle participant complaints efficiently and effectively in order that their satisfaction is maintained
  • Ensure that client and participant confidentiality is maintained
  • Respond to client and team queries in a timely manner
  • Take ownership for the quality and standard of own work.
  • Apply NMC code and conduct to all aspects of duties (Leeds)
  • Record Adverse Events (AEs) as required
  • Be competent in all aspects of dosing as required by study
  • Undertake Shift Lead position as dictated by workload within the clinic
  • Contribute to clinic projects as required
  • Gain ILS (Leeds) or BLS (US) certification
  • Assist lead nurse in medical programs (such as Hep B and TB) within the clinic, as required
  • Undertake any other duties as required.
  • Must be-able to work rotating shifts and some weekends.
  • Associates Degree or BS degree in nursing with current licensure in applicable state.
  • CPR/AED certified
  • ACLS-certified preferred upon entry to role. ACLS certification maybe be gained in role if not yet certified
  • 0-1 related experience
  • Additional experience may be substituted for education requirements
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