6 day work weeks, 8 hours per day (overtime acceptable). Shift is anticipated
to be 6am – 2pm
of Hire: Temporary - see job description for project schedule
Date: ASAP – August 13th
The candidates will be supporting Walter Reed Army
Institute of Research’s military recruitment efforts by enrolling approximately
1,500 soldiers who are arriving for training for a COVID-19 public health
surveillance project. Clinical Research Coordinators will be working alongside Phlebotomists
and Technicians to engage with soldiers, administer hard-copy surveys,
administer tests and draw blood, and monitor the soldiers throughout the project
of work to be done:
Staff will be needed daily, at dawn, to collect
specimens and data from Soldiers to test for COVID-19 throughout the day for
6-day workweeks throughout enrollment of 1500 Soldiers over a span of 6 weeks.
Specimens collected will include blood
through venipuncture and nasopharyngeal swabs.
Data will be collected through
self-administration of hard copy surveys.
Anticipated flow will involve Soldiers lining up and
passing through multiple stations such as:
ID check, receipt of a bag of labels, survey, blood and nasopharyngeal
quality control of ID check performed at #1
nasopharyngeal swab collection
After enrollment has ended, 2 Clinical Research
Coordinator staff will be retained to monitor the 1500 Soldiers for occurrence
of COVID-19 infection identified by site personnel through symptom and
temperature checks. After 12 weeks have passed since initiation of enrollment,
follow-up specimen and data collection will be conducted among 1500 enrolled
Soldiers. The workflow here will be similar to enrollment.
13th – summer enrollment begins (6 weeks)
1st – summer enrollment ends
4th– fall enrollment begins
13th – fall enrollment ends
4th – follow-up begins
6th – follow-up ends
dates are estimated and subject to change)
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Verifies test
requisitions by comparing information with nursing station log; bringing
discrepancies to the attention of unit personnel.
- Verifies patient by
reading patient identification.
- Obtains blood
specimens by performing venipunctures and fingersticks.
- Maintains specimen
integrity by using aseptic technique, following department procedures;
observing isolation procedures.
- Tracks collected
specimens by initialling, dating, and noting times of collection;
maintaining daily tallies of collections performed.
- Maintains quality
results by following department procedures and testing schedule; recording
results in the quality-control log; identifying and reporting needed
Maintains safe, secure, and healthy work
environment by following standards and procedures; complying with legal
• Collects specimens from Soldiers for COVID-19
with other clinical research staff, clinical research coordinators, and
technicians on-site to ensure smooth
2+ years’ phlebotomy experience
Experience with centrifuging, packing and
ship blood and respiratory specimens to different laboratories strongly preferred
One Personnel is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All
qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard
to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran
status or other status protected by law.