The Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment Algorithms (CESTA) seeks to appoint a database capturerwho will be part of the research team. The study follows on from a 6-month pilot, which aims to screen forcervical cancer using HPV, and employ alternative methods of ablative (rather than surgical) treatment topre-malignant lesions. The successful incumbent will be responsible for database entry to ensure the studyforms are being administered correctly. Re-train study staff, if necessary, to function within the prescribedquestionnaire and clinical report forms in accordance to the study protocol. This requires the incumbent topossess computer management and monitoring skills, open communication skills, ability to conduct databasequeries, flexibility of time to provide technical assistance and must be willing to travel to study sites. Theincumbent will be required to work a flexible week at a hospital research site in Durban.
Responsibilities + Skills
Able to maintain data integrity and confidentiality:Work with minimum supervision;Be available for regular communication with the database manager andFlexible to start in November 2019.
Matric/Grade 12/Senior CertificateThree years' relevant experience as a research assistant in database coding;
Relevant experience in a clinical research setting:Experience in standardized reporting:Experience with quality control and quality assurance: