Clinical Research Coordinator A/B
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The clinical research coordinator (CRC) will be responsible for data entry, organizing, maintaining and assuring the accuracy of all study documentation. The coordinator will oversee one or more clinical trials ensuring that the integrity of the protocol is maintained, all data and queries are answered in a timely manner, appropriate AEs and SAEs are reported to the sponsor and IRB per protocol. The CRC will participate in clinic to explain the trial to the patient and family, enroll and consent patients and complete any follow-up or research activity required. The CRC will conduct phone interviews and verbally consent if indicated in the study. The CRC will be responsible for the collection of study specimens as indicated by protocols. The CRC will be on call 24/7 via phone on an alternating basis with other CRC’s in the department. The CRC must complete relevant training to function in the role including electronic databases, processing and shipping specimens and phlebotomy. The CRC must be sufficiently knowledgeable about Microsoft word, Excel and other standard programs. The CRC must maintain professionalism and follow the guidelines of the institution.
The Clinical Research Coordinator B will have the responsibilities described above working with minimal to no staff supervision; and, be responsible for collaborating with faculty in the analysis of clinical data to determine response and clinical outcomes. Position is contingent on continued funding.
CRC A: Bachelor’s Degree and 1 year to 3 years of clinical trial/ clinical research experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
CRC B: Bachelor’s Degree and 2 to 4 years of clinical trial/ clinical research experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
This the position requires the preferred candidate to be ‘on-call’ on a rotating basis.
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