Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Posting Summary: The Division of Allergy and Immunology is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as Clinical Research Coordinator, Intermediate.
The incumbent is responsible for coordination of comprehensive clinical trials for Allergy and Immunology research. These trials may expand across multiple disciplines in the outpatient setting, include all phases of trials. Studies in progress may include the analysis of patients to meat allergies, and allergic sensitivities among patients with eosinophilic esophagitis. Coordination includes screening and accrual of patients, coordinating and staffing study visit according to protocol, administering treatments as appropriate, and collecting and documenting patient information pertinent to the trial in the patient's electronic medical record as well as in the clinical research files and on study days coordinates the visit of the patient to ensure protocol compliance. The Clinical Trials Coordinator serves as a resource for nursing medical staff and other clinical research staff. This position reports to Principle Investigator of the research program.
Qualified applicant must have a Bachelor's Degree or higher and have at least two years of clinical research experience. Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) and or Clinical Research Associate (CCRA) certification preferred. Knowledge of regulatory aspects i.e. submissions of protocols to IRB, FDA required. Experience with investigator initiated federally funded studies preferred.
Required Minimum Level of Education: *Degree Required
Required Specific Degree/Training: Bachelors Degree required
Required Minimum Level of Experience: Some - up to 4 years
Required Specific Experience: At least two years of clinical research experience is required.
Preferred License or Certification: Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) and or Clinical Research Associate (CCRA)
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 1. Strong verbal and written communication skills. 2. Strong interpersonal skills. 3. Ability to work in teams. 4. Ability to work autonomously. 5. Ability to problem-solve. 6. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail. 7. Ability to set priorities and reprioritize quickly. 8. Ability to work comfortably in a fast-paced clinic setting. 9. Comfort in handling change and new situations. 10. Ability to learn quickly. 11. Ability to utilize computers and basic computer programs. 12. Working knowledge of the clinical research process and the regulations that govern it.
Required Computer Applications: MS Office
Internal Number: 353_85419
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