Clinical Research Specialist
IU Psychotic Disorders Program (IUPDP) is designed to serve Indiana as a center of clinical, research, and educational excellence in the treatment of individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia and other psychotic illnesses. The position is for a full time research specialist who will assist in the coordination of clinical trials and research studies of those diagnosed with schizophrenia. IUPDP has two clinic locations, our chronic clinic located within Larue Carter known as the Psychotic Disorders Clinic and our early intervention clinic known as the PARC clinic, which is a division of Midtown Community Mental Center and is located in Eskenazi Hospital.
|Required: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in Science or health-related field with at least 1 year health-related or research experience; or any Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution or an Associate’s degree from an accredited institution in an Allied Health profession with 3 years of health-related or research experience or 2 years of experience in clinical research.
Master's degree from an accredited institution in Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling with at least one year clinical counseling experience and license eligibility is strongly preferred.
Clinical experience with adult psychotic disorders is preferred. Clinical Research Certification desired.
Excellent oral and written communication skills; Experience in clinical trials with human subjects, working knowledge of psychiatric disorders; Experience with research methods; ability to problem solve and possess skills of attention to detail.
The Prevention and Recovery Center for Early Psychosis (PARC) is an outpatient clinic designed to serve Indiana as a center of clinical, research, and educational excellence in the treatment of Individuals in the early stages of schizophrenia and other psychotic illnesses. The Care Coordinator, in collaboration with the MD/CNS and treatment team, formulates, develops and revises treatment plans. The Care Coordinator prioritizes and subsequently coordinates treatment activities and inteviews patients and significant others to gather information for Biopsychosocial Updates and ANSA/CANS assessments and completes them accurately and in a timely manner. This position is affiliated with Eskenazi Health Midtown Community Mental Health and is located in the Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital.
-Bachelor's degree in social work, substance abuse, education, counseling, psychology, sociology, criminal justice or related field
-Minimum of one year related work experience
-May substitute a Master's degree in social work, substance abuse, education, counseling, psychology, sociology, criminal justice or related field if no prior experience in mental health
-Valid Indiana driver's license