Clinical Subject Coordinator
How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position. The contact information of 3 work-related references is required as well.
The Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in the Department of Internal Medicine is seeking a full time Clinical Subjects Coordinator for several NIH sponsored grants for the Early Detection of Liver Cancer. The studies involve tracking and enrolling patients, obtaining blood samples, keeping databases, and interacting with investigators at other sites.
- Manage IRB and regulatory files - Recruitment, obtaining consent form, and retention of participants
- Direct interaction in a clinic setting with patients including administration of survey instruments and coordination
- Ensure a positive experience for subjects and their families
- Screen clinic schedules and place research lab order in MiChart (Epic) - Samples processing and storage
- Sample shipments
- Clinical data collection and data entry into electronic database system
- Coordinate with study coordinating center for queries and supply inquiries
- Supervise work-study student
Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a biomedical sciences or related field. Minimum of 2 years of experience working in a clinical or biological research operation, or minimum 2 years of combined experience in both disciplines. Exceptional ability in handling multiple tasks and excellent skills in record keeping. Effective organizational, oral, written, and interpersonal communications skills. Excellent time management skills with attention to details. Experience with handling of blood samples. Experience with IRB applications and regulatory affairs. Experience of using MiChart (Epic). Able to work independently and in a team.
Master's degree in a biomedical sciences or related field. Knowledge of regulatory, budget, sponsor and administrative issues in conducting NIH and industry studies is highly desirable.
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