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Lab Clinical Coordinator III - Ophthalmology

UMass Med School
United States, Massachusetts, Worcester
December 03, 2023

Lab Clinical Coordinator III - Ophthalmology
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1 week ago(11/28/2023 1:43 PM)

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Non Union Position -W60- Non Unit Professional



Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee, the Lab Clinical Coordinator III is responsible for specified lab, blood biobank, and clinical research activities.



    Responsible for overall operations of the lab
  • Maintain freezers, LN2 tanks, and order supplies
  • Responsible for the oversight and organization of the blood and tissue biobank/repository
  • Audit, document samples and tissues in a computerized database
  • Design methods for efficient operations of the lab and update Manuals of Procedures
  • Maintain computerized data files and spreadsheets
  • Perform centrifuging and aliquoting of blood specimens and other processing as needed
  • Locate and pull samples for specified studies
  • Available for calls and travel to site off hours as needed if freezer alarms are activated
  • Adhere to established lab and biosafety policies
  • Document all procedures and communication with outside vendors
  • Data entry of study data forms, questionnaires, and other clinical research materials in the computerized study databases
  • Conduct in-person or telephone interviews and arrange study lab procedures for the studies
  • Prepare summary reports
  • Perform other duties related to the studies as required



  • Minimum of a bachelor's degree in the sciences, health care, or equivalent experience
  • Master's degree in medical, biology, genetics, or equivalent field preferred
  • 3+ years of related research/lab/blood biobank/biorepository experience
  • Must have excellent computer skills including high-level performance in Excel spreadsheets
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, and interpersonal skills required
  • Good team player
  • Must be detail oriented, accurate and highly organized
  • Will travel locally to near-by clinic and other local sites as needed
  • May be responsible for functional supervision of assigned staff.

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