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The technician will perform, or assist in performing, a variety of routine procedures related to the documentation, manual and computerized access, control, processing, and storage of data in support of the Long-Term Follow-Up (LTFU) Research Program in the Clinical Research Division. The incumbent works under direct supervision by the LTFU Supervisor. Non-routine decisions are referred to the Supervisor or other staff as appopriate.
This job will require 25 hours per week.