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Research Assistant

Full Time - Redmond, WA

Eastside Research Associates is a fast-growing medical research company that is seeking a highly motivated Clinical Research Assistant to assist with a variety of ongoing clinical trials. We are looking for someone who can take initiative and enroll patients for multiple studies at one time. Someone who has worked in a high paced, fast moving environment will work well at Eastside Research Associates. Ideally the right candidate will have clinical research and patient care experience.



Essential Responsibilities​

  • Provide operational and administrative support for the day-to-day execution of clinical trial

  • Follow established SOPs, GCP and other applicable regulatory requirements in the execution of all research activities.

  • Consent patients for clinical research studies

  • Create patient files and charts for studies

  • Enter data into electronic data capture (EDC) systems for patient enrollments and medical history

  • Answer queries within EDC system in a timely manner

  • Perform vital signs, nasal swabs, blood processing as needed for accurate study enrollments

  • Coordinate and process lab supplies

  • Develop relationships with external partners and vendors

  • Evaluate overall performance by gathering, analyzing, and interpreting data and metrics



  • Bachelor's Degree

  • Medical Assistant- Registered license or the ability to obtain certification within six months of your date of hire

  • Flexible during the company’s growth stage

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Ability to effectively collaborate with other team members

  • Ability to work 10-12 hour shifts as needed and possible weekends



Desired Skills & Qualifications

  • Excellent Written and Verbal Communication Skills

  • Experience with Microsoft Office

  • High attention to detail

  • Strong organizational and time management skills

  • Outstanding patient care skills

  • Knowledge of clinical research operations, including Good Clinical Practice guidelines is preferred

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