Health Systems Trust (HST) is seeking a Data Capturer

Health Systems Trust (HST) is seeking a Data Capturer
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Health Systems Trust (HST) is seeking a Data Capturer

DATA CAPTURER

COMPANY INFORMATION

Company

HST Careers

Division

FRESH

Females Rising through Education, Support and Health

Province

KwaZulu-Natal

District

eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality

Location

Umlazi

JOB SPECIFICATION INFORMATION

Title

DATA CAPTURER

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Description

The Health Systems Trust (HST) is seeking a Data Capturer for the FRESH Programme, which is a busy clinical research and trial site based in Umlazi, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. The Data Capturer will work closely with the Quality Control Officer (QCO) to support the investigators and clinical research team to ensure the site conducts sound, ethical, and scientifically accurate research. The FRESH clinical research team consists of 30 people, and includes physicians, professional and enrolled nurses, research assistants, a data management team, as well as recruiters, and is currently running two SAHPRA approved clinical trials. Launched in 2012, FRESH is a clinical research platform that uniquely combines: 1. Basic science investigation focused on characterising the immune response during the earliest stages of acute HIV infection for the purpose of developing novel HIV prevention, treatment and cure strategies; with 2. an empowerment and life-skills programme designed for the adolescent girls and young women 18–23 of age who participate in the research. This is a fixed-term contract position, renewable based on funding.

Key Responsibilities

• Ensure a high degree of data integrity and study documentation completion. • Perform data entry for participants screening (V1) and enrolment visits (V2). • Maintain accurate record of the total number screened, eligible/ineligible, reason not eligible, total enrolled, and total starting on week 1 of twice weekly follow-up. • Perform daily quality control checks of paper forms (CRFs), prior to data entry. • Ensure forms are filled correctly and that there are no blanks or missing information. • Identification of missing data, informing the individual who filled the form so that they can correct the form or fill the missing data on the same day. • Perform daily entry of data from participant files/forms into the REDCap database, including baseline demographics, clinic visit form, 3-monthly questionnaires, enrolment and disenrollment data, as well as any other participant data. • Perform daily entry of data into logs and excel spreadsheets including enrolment log, attendance register, bloods and mucosal register, disenrollment log, retention data, Acute data, post-graduation placements, etc. • Assist in preparing participant files, including printing of CRFs, assembling files with dividers, label the appropriate forms and use data collection tools. • Ensure confidentiality and data security.

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Key Attributes

• Fluent in English and isiZulu. • Computer proficient with all MS Office programmes; strength using Excel. • Able to manage study data. • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. • Ability to work well under pressure and with a team.

Education Required

Matric

Qualification Required

• Grade 12 certificate Advantageous: • Post-matric qualification in computer related field. • Good Clinical Practice (GCP) certification. • Valid driver’s license and confident driver.

Experience Required

• One year experience as Data Capturer Advantageous: • Clinical research experience, clinical trials experience preferred. • Experience following clinical research protocols. • Experience following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). • Experience in completing Clinical Research Forms (CRFs). • Experience working with research study monitors. • Experience working with managing data clarification form (DCF). • Basic knowledge of HIV care and treatment and HIV terminology.

Remuneration

A salary package commensurate with the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications will be offered.

Other Job Details

• Interested applicants must complete their application online at: https:https://careers.hst.org.za/ • Applicants are to ensure that the online applications are completed in full, and that comprehensive CVs are uploaded with the online application in order to be considered. • Applicant’s CV must be saved with a filename reflecting their name and surname. • No applications sent via e-mail will be considered for the job, as all applicants must submit their applications online at the provided link.

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PLEASE NOTE: • All personal information collected is processed lawfully in terms of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA). • Shortlisted candidates will be requested to submit certified copies of all qualifications and identity documents. • Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. • Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates. • All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to reference and credential checks. • If you have not been contacted within 30 days of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. • HST reserves the right to not fill this position

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 29 April 2024, at 16h30 Health Systems Trust subscribes to diversity and inclusivity, which is informed by the Company’s Employment Equity Plan. Based on this, African males and people with disabilities who meet the job specifications (including but not limited to the required skills, knowledge and education), are encouraged to apply.

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