Lab Project Set-Up Coordinator - Marietta, GA

Launched in 2015, Q2 Solutions is a leading global clinical trials laboratory services organization. We help biopharmaceutical, medical device and diagnostics customers improve human health through innovation that transforms science and data into actionable medical insights. Q2 Solutions is a quality driven, responsive partner with strong global experience and deep scientific and medical expertise. The Q2 Solutions joint venture was formed by Quintiles and Quest Diagnostics, combining the best of each parent organizations clinical trials laboratory services capabilities.

We have a rewarding opportunity for a Project Set-Up Coordinator, Lab.

Provide pre-launch database support; assist with designing, loading, and validation of generic clinical research protocol and the corresponding database; ensure work is conducted in line with standard operating procedures, policies and good practice; and lead project close-outs processes as required.


  • Configure project databases.
  • Input data into the databases adhering to design specifications.
  • Support online protocols and amendments.
  • Perform a database configuration review and assist with validation of database specifications.
  • Research problems, gather information, and liaise with lab colleagues to help ensure projects are set-up in line with established procedures and customer requirements.
  • Update and maintain internal databases with generic project information and input project specific information, as directed (e.g., actions/issue log, status sheets and timelines).
  • Maintain project documentation files that provide project status and escalation.
  • Work through protocol questions, issues, escalations and changes with relevant senior coordinators (e.g. study specific) and managers.
  • Keep Project Managers and other relevant staff informed of any issues that may affect the smooth running of the project.
  • Coordinate meetings with relevant colleagues and internal departments (e.g. planning and handover meetings).
  • Develop solutions for routine project related issues and problems, within a limited scope.
  • Participate in local and global improvement projects as defined by the relevant process improvement management team.
  • Participate in internal audits, as required. May have occasional, limited contact with study Sponsor(s) (e.g. exchanging factual information).
  • Good organizational and operational skills
  • Good accuracy and attention to detail skills
  • Good written and verbal communication skills including good command of English language
  • Computer proficiency in word processing and spreadsheet applications
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced, high stress environment highly desirable
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers and managers.


High school diploma or equivalent and 4 years’ relevant experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

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