Careers at Stephens & Associates

At Stephens, we take pride in our growing organization that has continually proven its excellence in the clinical research field.  Our goal is to attract educated, professional, and committed staff that cares for every detail with the utmost ethical nature.  The Stephens work culture strives for innovative improvements without sacrificing quality of study excellence or customer service satisfaction we are known for.

 

Corporate Culture

  • Integrity: Honest and forthright in everything we do and say with each other, clients and vendor/service providers
  • Innovation: Application of creativity, originality and technology to deliver results
  • Customer Focus: Driven to provide clients timely, high quality and objective services
  • Respect: Respect for each other, clients, study participants, our Company and the regulations under which we operate our business
  • Accountability: Obligation to take responsibility for one’s actions and follow through on one’s commitments
  • Engagement: Provide opportunities for employees to enjoy the workplace and to grow in their careers
  • Team Work: Work together to achieve Company goals with an attitude of respect, receptivity and cooperation

Current Openings

Clinical Research Assistant I (Dallas)

Full-time, Entry Level

Summary

Provides clinical support for Clinical Research Coordinators and/or Principal Investigators.

Skills, Experience and Education Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Science, or other equivalent degree
  • Understands basic concepts in clinical research and capable of learning and performing duties during clinical studies
  • Able to follow instructions and study protocols according to GCP Guidelines, applicable regulations, and SOPs
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational, verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills

Responsibilities

  • Performs daily in clinic and administrative tasks to assist the clinic staff with the studies (i.e. test material preparation, appointment reminders, quality check of study documents, Electronic Self-Assessment Questionnaire administration, Check-In Process, Informed Consent Signing
  • Performs station and instrumentation duties on other studies as assigned, including the collection and recording of clinical information
  • Perform tasks according to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Guidelines, applicable regulations, Standard Operation Procedures (SOP), and Work Instructions
  • Provides excellent customer service to clients and panelists, and maintains positive interaction with peers and supervisors
  • Occasionally works with Hazardous Chemicals, understands danger of working with chemicals and follows the safety recommendations as outlined in the MSDS related to specific chemicals.
Panelist Recruiter (Dallas)

Part-time, Entry Level

Position Summary

Contacts the general public to secure people’s agreement to participate in research studies undertaken by the Company.

Skills, Experience and Education Requirements

  • High School degree or equivalent
  • Strong verbal communication skills
  • Minimum 1-year telecommunication experience preferable
  • Proficiency in basic computer skills (Microsoft Office including MS Word, Excel and E-mail)
  • Ability to meet deadlines and sets per hour (after sufficient training)
  • Regular work attendance (as scheduled)
  • Persuasive skills helpful
  • Ability to multi-task, Strong attention to detail and organizational skills

Job Responsibilities:

  • Contacts potential panelists as assigned by Recruiting Supervisor
    • Explains the Company’s business
    • Describes current or upcoming studies for which the person may have interest and/or have the qualifications to participate
    • Gathers preliminary information about the individual that will be required for participation in a study
    • Secures agreement from the person to participate in studies
  • Collects information from people to add to the Company’s potential panelist database
  • Participates from time-to-time in Company marketing events geared to potential panelists

Interested in working with us at Stephens?

Stephens & Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Out of concern for the health and safety of our employees, we provide a smoke-free work environment.