Research Clinician: Adult Care
THINK: Tuberculosis & HIV Investigative Network is a research organisation focusing on developing tools and people that will combat tuberculosis, HIV and associated ailments. We believe our passion to make the world a better place will benefit the patients we endeavor to help – now and in the future, locally and globally – as well as make a difference in the lives of each of our colleagues and fellow human beings. THINK is currently looking for a Research Clinician to join the THINK team at our Clinical Trial Unit at Don McKenzie Hospital, Botha’s Hill
Employees are selected based on shared personal and organisational goals and values. The expectation is that employees come to identify strongly with both the organisation and its mission and that the shared set of Core Values give the employees an internal guideline for how to behave in order to fulfil the organisation’s mission.
Minimal requirements for the available position includes:
- Knowledge in the management of TB and HIV
- Good communication skills
- Valid motor vehicle drivers licence
- Clinical trial experience
- TB & HIV experience
- Drug resistant TB management
- Current GCP certificate Post internship experience in internal medicine
Responsibilities under the supervision of the Principal Investigator:
- Screening of potential study participants with regards to their eligibility for the trial and obtaining informed consent.
- Clinical management of study participants with drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR&XDR) as well as adverse events that could arise while on treatment.
- Performing administrative duties such as resolving data queries, completing SAE reports, developing source documentation and site operating procedures, etc.
- Assist with the training and mentoring of other researchers and nursing staff.
- Assist with the daily running of the study
*This position has no scheduled overtime.
The closing date for receipt of application will be 28 February 2019. THINK reserves the right to accept late applications or to extend the above date in order facilitate further searches. Applications must be made online. Queries can be directed to Dr. Moodliar 031 777-1009.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.