Atlanta Center for Medical Research

Scope

JOB TITLE – Rater I

GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES – Responsible for performing various neurocognitive test evaluations and interview/ratings on study participants specific to the study protocol. Responsible for organizing trainings and scheduling meetings.

SUPERVISOR – Rater Supervisor

MANAGER – Rater Manager

SUPERVISES – N/A

Duties

DUTIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  • Perform interview/ratings on study participants to determine current levels of functioning throughout the duration of the study
  • Responsible for completing organizational queries regarding neuropsych testing/ratings
  • Organize and assist with training for rater department
  • Assist with any technology issues as needed
  • Support management in maintaining a positive, motivated work environment
  • Assists with scheduling Sponsor meetings/calls for rater department
  • Data Transcription
  • Properly manage voice mail, and exhibit e-mail etiquette
  • Actively participate in acquiring on-going knowledge and instruction
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES – This position requires the following minimal requirements:

  • Skill in organization and problem solving
  • Skill in maintaining records
  • Skill in developing and maintaining effective working relationships with study participants, families, staff and the public
  • Ability to complete paperwork with precision and attention to detail
  • Ability to interpret, adapt and apply guidelines and procedures
  • Ability to work independently as well as functioning as part of a team
  • Ability to communicate clearly both written and orally
  • Ability to be flexible with tasks and responsibilities
  • Ability to multi-task as required

EDUCATION – Minimum qualifications BA/BS in related field

The ideal candidate will be compassionate and adaptable with the ability to understand the comprehensive nature of clinical trials. This person will have a strong attention to detail with a background in psychology and will be able to effectively communicate with the entire clinical team. The ideal individual will be able to work in a fast-paced environment performing both administrative tasks and neurocognitive assessments. This person should be a team player, understanding the role each department plays in achieving the goal of a successful trial, and is willing to adhere to the guiding principles of ACMR.

Service Excellence: We believe all relationships with co-workers, sponsors, and subjects are partnerships. We demonstrate service excellence through a personal commitment to producing high quality, high value work, and delivering on time and on target results for every partner.

Safety: We believe that physical and psychological safety are foundational for a healthy organization. We proactively identify and mitigate safety risks as part of our daily work and value those who speak up for safety.

Resilience: We believe resilience is critical for doing our best work. We demonstrate resilience by remaining flexible, adapting to sudden change, and bouncing back from difficult situations with grace and confidence.

Team Orientation: We believe that having a team orientation leads to individual and organizational success. We demonstrate team orientation by working collaboratively and leveraging collective knowledge, ideas, and strengths to achieve a common goal.

Ethical Behavior: We believe the pillars of ethical behavior are integrity, honesty, respect, courtesy, and caring. We demonstrate ethical behavior by modeling professional standards of conduct.

Mutual Respect: We believe that mutual respect cultivates a supportive workplace. We demonstrate mutual respect by embracing diverse perspectives, sharing ideas, and trusting in each other’s abilities.

Open Communication: We believe that open communication results in a rich and rewarding dialogue that allows for the flow of energy and creativity. We demonstrate open communication by listening for understanding, speaking up without fear, freely sharing experiences, and soliciting ideas and opinions from others

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