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Clinical Operations Contractor

Full-time
Berkeley, CA (remote)
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The Role

As Kintsugi’s Clinical Operations Contractor, you will help us carry out research that may help millions suffering from mental disorders. You are a “do-er” and also create the collateral for your communication. You are data-driven and responsive to feedback. Reporting to Kintsugi’s Clinical Research Manager, the Clinical Operations Contractor will work closely with the Quality and Regulatory team. This is a unique opportunity to work with a high growth deep-tech and health tech startup at an inflection point. 

This will be a 6-month contract with the possibility to extend. Working hours are from 9AM to 5PM PST. The expected hourly rate for this position will range from $30 - $50. Actual compensation may vary from posted rate depending on your confirmed job-related skills and experience.

Responsibilities

  • Support remote clinical studies on depression and anxiety 
  • Make data entries to REDCap Cloud EDC
  • Conduct screening calls to potential study participants and obtain consent from study participants
  • Schedule participants for research activities 
  • Complete post-processing of study data for analysis 
  • Assist with IRB submissions and amendments
  • Support compliance and quality documentation 
  • Provide administrative support (word processing, Excel data management) as needed

Qualifications

  • Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal 
  • Creative, analytical, and self-motivated  
  • Detail oriented 
  • Previous experience with healthcare or mental healthcare or health tech industry 
  • Experience in clinical research
  • Experience with quality documentation

About Kintsugi

Kintsugi is on a mission to scale access to mental healthcare for all. We are developing novel voice biomarker software to detect signs of depression and anxiety from short clips of free form speech. Awarded multiple distinctions for AI technology and recently named one of Forbes’ Top 50 AI companies to watch in 2022 and Fierce 15 in 2023, Kintsugi helps to close mental health care gaps across risk-bearing health systems, ultimately saving time and lives.

At Kintsugi, we believe that mental health is just as important as physical health. We exist to ensure that everyone who needs mental healthcare has access to the right care at the right time. 

About The Team

We’re the wearer of many hats dedicated to helping communities find access to mental health. Our mission is ambitious, and each member of our team has an important role to play in helping us realize it. Meet some of the team members who you will learn and grow alongside here.
*Kintsugi proudly celebrates diversity and inclusion.

*Kintsugi proudly celebrates diversity and inclusion.**Please note: Kintsugi does not accept unsolicited resumes from 3rd party recruitment agencies without a written agreement in place for permanent placements. Any resume or other candidate information submitted outside of established candidate submission guidelines (including through our website or via email to any Kintsugi employee) and without a written agreement otherwise will be deemed to be our sole property, and no fee will be paid should we hire the candidate.