Although ACMT is based in Phoenix, this is a remote position.
Coordinate multicenter efforts and working relationships with the ToxIC sites including overseeing contracts, data sharing agreements, IRB agreements and several dozen subcontracts.
Develop and oversee an online training program regarding data entry into our registry of medical toxicology encounters.
Assist in the recruitment of new ToxIC sites and oversight of ongoing site participation.
Serve as the point of contact for participating site questions on case content and data entry.
Maintain site records, such as documents, contact information, and participating projects.
Update the ToxIC website on abstracts, publications, project progress, and participating sites.
Promote the ToxIC Core Registry to external stakeholders and partners.
Qualifications, Experience and Skills
Minimum of a master’s degree in a scientific field (preferably pharmacy, toxicology, epidemiology, public health, nursing or a related field)
Clinical experience in pharmacy, nursing, or other clinical setting required.
3-5 years of project management and/or research management experience
Patient registry experience and/or multi-center clinical research coordination experience is highly desirable
Excellent writing and communication skills including the ability to translate complex concepts into clear and understandable language.
ACMT contributes to 75% of the employee only medical premium and 25% of your dependent premiums. Employees can also purchase dental and vision
Competitive 401K plan
20 days paid time off each year + holiday and sicks days
Paid maternity leave
A virtual environment with staff located all over the nation
About American College of Medical Toxicology
The American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) is a nonprofit national membership association of physicians with expertise and board certification in medical toxicology.
ACMT members specialize in the prevention, evaluation, treatment and monitoring of injury and illness from exposures to drugs, chemicals, biological and radiological agents. Our member physicians care for people in clinical and public health settings, as well as other diverse environments. ACMT and its charitable affiliate, the Medical Toxicology Foundation, are virtual organizations and its employees are located throughout the United States. Please visit www.acmt.net to learn more about our programs, our leadership and our staff.
Within ACMT, the Toxicology Investigator's Consortium (ToxIC) serves as a research and collaboration network to advance the quality of care of poisoned patients and improve public health. A major component of our ToxIC program is the ToxiC Registry. Please visit www.toxicregistry.org to learn more about our ToxIC program.