Doping Control Officer Stamford, CT

Doping Control Officer

Part Time • Stamford, CT
REPORTS TO:

Doping Control Officer (DCO) Manager

Doping Control Officer (DCO) Regional Team Lead

DIRECT SUPERVISOR OF:

N/A

JOB SUMMARY:

Responsible for various tasks related to conducting Doping Control in the field.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Accept, plan and manage doping control test assignments
  • Recruit, train and oversee Chaperones
  • Witness sample collection or overseeing the witnessing of the Sample Collection Process
  • Drive to various locations to perform urine and/or blood collections
  • Process athlete Samples according to USADA's protocol and procedures
  • Ensure accurate documentation/completion of the Doping Control Process
  • Ship processed Samples to the specified WADA certified laboratory
  • Submit all Sample Collection Documentation to USADA
  • Assist in the recruitment and training of Doping Control Officer candidates identified by USADA
  • Accountable to the most current version(s) of the DCO Manual, Sample Collection Documentation and other training resources
  • Participate in DCO evaluation and support program
  • Collect Samples on behalf of other agencies when requested by USADA
  • Ensure adequate control of Document, Record and Sample Collection Equipment
GENERAL:

  • Maintain confidentiality at all times
  • Have no affiliation with sample collection organizations outside of USADA
  • Keep USADA aware of issues in the field and/or any conflicts of interest
  • Recommend necessary updates and revisions to USADA protocol and procedures as related to Doping Control
  • Projects and other duties as assigned 
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

Skills:

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
Ability to:

  • Make decisions reflective of USADA's protocol and procedures
  • Multitask and to work accurately under pressure
  • Interact with internal and external customers
  • Travel, possibly at short notice, to conduct test assignments
  • Work flexible hours as needed
  • Access the Web for daily communication
  • Work in a diverse environment
  • Perform in a team environment
  • Meet deadlines and operate with limited supervision
Certification: 

  • Successful completion of all USADA certification/recertification requirements
  • Pass bi-annual written and practical exams
  • Attend DCO training sessions, meetings, conferences
  • Valid Driver’s License
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Work experience in Allied Health Professions w/certification and/or License
     (Athletic Trainer, Physical Therapist, Registered Nurse, Paramedics, Phlebotomist, etc.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Paid Holiday, Vacation, & Bereavement Leave
Paid Volunteer Leave
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Generous Tuition Reimbursement Plan