Scientific Research Associates (Level 1 or 2)/ Senior Research Associates (Level 1 or 2)

We are looking for experienced Scientific Research Associates (Level 1 or 2) / Senior Research Associates (Level 1 or 2) to join our growing global team.

Location: Tucson, AZ, US, Chicago, IL, US, or Folkestone, UK (this is an office-based role)

Our Research Associates work directly with senior team on patient-centered qualitative outcomes research (clinical outcomes assessment) studies to better understand humanistic clinical benefit within the context of observational or clinical studies. This role offers the opportunity to work locally and globally on patient-centered research studies across multiple therapeutic areas. Measures include patient-, clinician-, and observer- reported outcomes to understand health-related quality of life and symptomology impact of disease on patients.


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Key attributes

  • Experience

    A minimum of 1-3 years in conducting or supporting ongoing research efforts

  • Qualitative skills

    Strong qualitative skills; experience with NVivo or similar software program

  • Communicator

    Excellent written and verbal communications

  • Project management

    Able to work on several projects at once, multi-task, and manage competing demands

Apply now


We welcome applications for this position via email to applications@clinoutsolutions.com

Benefits


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Global location
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Levels available commensurate with experience
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Excellent opportunities for development and career progression
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Chance to join a growing innovative and dynamic team at the forefront of clinical outcomes research

Meet the team


We have a global team covering all aspects of clinical research.
You can meet the team here


Apply with CV and covering letter

We are always looking to expand our team with like-minded candidates and we welcome applications via email to applications@clinoutsolutions.com

Scientific Research Associates (Level 1 or 2)/ Senior Research Associates (Level 1 or 2)


Duties

Work directly with senior team on patient-centered qualitative outcomes research (clinical outcomes assessment) studies to better understand humanistic clinical benefit within the context of observational or clinical studies. This role offers the opportunity to work locally and globally on patient-centered research studies across multiple therapeutic areas. Measures include patient-, clinician-, and observer-reported outcomes to understand health-related quality of life and symptomology impact of disease on patients. 

Skills:

  • Conduct literature reviews across multiple therapeutic indications
  • Assist in the preparation of study documents for qualitative studies
  • Assist with conducting qualitative studies
  • Familiarity with outcomes research field to support new drug development
  • Willingness and ability to conduct patient interviews (some travel required)
  • Experience with coding patient transcripts
  • Desire to work on a small team in a fast-paced, client-focused environment
  • Able to work on several projects at once, multi-task, and manage competing demands
  • Able to manage work time by using time efficiently, work quickly, and meet productivity standards
  • Able to work on several projects at once, multi-task, and manage competing demands
  • Able to manage work time by using time efficiently, work quickly, and meet productivity standards
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Able to follow instructions for delegated project tasks and complete tasks correctly and on time
  • Produces quality work by demonstrating accuracy and thoroughness; looks for ways to improve and promote quality; applies feedback to improve performance; monitors own work to ensure quality
  • Demonstrates attention to detail
  • Strong planning and organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills including able to resolve conflict, maintain confidentiality, and open to other’s ideas and tries news things
  • Demonstrates teamwork by balancing team and individual responsibilities
  • Ability to assess own strengths and weaknesses within job role and strives to continuously build COA knowledge and skills; shares expertise with others
  • Is motivated to learn and sets and achieves challenging goals
  • Able to perform job responsibilities using a computer for long periods of time each day
  • Passion for conducting research and the organizational skills to support that passion
  • Demonstrates professionalism, e., reacts well under pressure, treats others with respect and consideration, accepts responsibility for own actions, and follows through on commitments
  • Desire to have good work life balance (work hard and enjoy life outside of work)

    Education:

    • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, epidemiology, public health, outcomes research, health sciences or related areas is required (Master’s preferred) 

    • A minimum of 1-3 years in conducting or supporting ongoing research efforts 

    • Strong qualitative skills; experience with NVivo or similar software program 

    Levels: 

    • COS offers various levels within this position commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

    Apply now

    We welcome applications for this position via email to applications@clinoutsolutions.com

    COS celebrates diversity and inclusion.  As such, we strive to bring passionate individuals together from diverse backgrounds to pursue our mission and vision.