Part Time Clinical Research Coordinator Jobs in Dayton, Ohio
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Experienced Licensed Practical Nurse, Certified Medical Assistant, or Clinical Research Coordinator - LPN, CMA, or CRC A Clinical research office in the South Dayton Ohio area is seeking a self-motivated, detailed, flexible, mature leader with a very strong academic record to work in a growing clinical trials research office. Phlebotomy experience and computer skills a plus. Successful candidate w...
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