Clinical Research Coordinator
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This position will involve oversight and coordination of the day to day activities of existent research studies. This position will report directly to the PI and supervise study coordinator personnel and work study students and be responsible for management of staff on a daily basis. This person will lead team meetings with the PI being present. This person will oversee the initiation and conduct of new studies; prepare IRB submissions, modifications, and renewals; coordinate communication with study investigators and research staff both at Penn and at multiple institutions. This person will work on database (questionnaire) development with PI oversight and also be responsible for data queries and resolution of missing data when necessary. This person will work to ensure high quality data collection and answer any protocol-related questions from other collaborating team members and other sites. This person will be responsible for primary data collection and participant recruitment.
Position is contingent on continued funding.
A Bachelor’s degree and 2 years to 4 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
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