Clinical Research EEG Monitoring Tech
|Position:||Clinical Research EEG Monitoring Tech|
|Education Level:||Bachelor's Degree|
|Experience Level:||Experienced (Non-Manager)|
The primary responsibility is to provide vigilant monitoring of recordings performed using Lifelines Equipment. To ensure sites using our equipment are adequately trained in hardware and software requirements to meet protocol needs. To troubleshoot and provide technical support when necessary to ensure quality EEG data is obtained. Must be experienced with navigating technical challenges along with solving complex problems with decisive critical thinking skills.
Complete monitoring of recordings, per contract obligations both remote and on-Site
Continuously monitors neurodiagnostic studies performed by research sites, based on the protocol set for each study.
Supports the start-up, monitoring and close out phases of assigned clinical trials.
Ability to troubleshoot basic neurodiagnostic technical issues, document and escalate as required. Including software, hardware, connections, uploads and basic IT functions.
Provide basic technical support via remote access software, such as Team Viewer, Go to Assist, telephone and/or email. *
Has the capability to identify biological and non-biological artifact and find ways to eliminate and correct source, and communicate with remote sites how to correct errors.
Monitor transfer of data collected during EEG recording and after patient disconnect.
Provide remote training and assists sites with successful studies and collection of data required from the study protocol.
Must accurately document all data gathered during studies. *
Adhere to SOP’s, and work instructions developed for each study protocol.
Minimum of 3 years’ experience in initiation, conduct, and monitoring of EEG recordings
Maintenance of current EEG registry
Minimum 1-year experience assisting with clinical research trials to include compliance, data collection, and data management
Extensive knowledge of HIPPA, ICH-GCP, 21 CFR 11, GDRP, and other applicable regulations
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to respond professionally with clients and internal personnel from international cultures whose primary language may not be English
Attention to detail
Must hold at least one registry in the following fields: R.EEG T., CNIM, CLTM or a combination of the registries.
Preferred: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year university.
Must be willing to travel when requested.