Study Coordinator position in the Parkinson Center and Movement Disorders Program. Job duties include, but are not limited to,recruitment of study subjects; coordinated scheduling of study visits; completion of study procedures and tests per protocol; coordination of hospital services as required by study protocol; timely, accurate completion of all required case report forms; preparation for and coordination of monitoring visits; assistance with regulatory management of clinical trials; organization of study materials; and participation in monthly clinical trials coordinator meetings.
Bachelor's degree with major courses in field of research / No experience, OR Associate's degree and 3 years of relevant experience
Must be extremely well-organized and demonstrate a high level of attention to detail to ensure accuracy of documentation and integrity of data
Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to multi-task
Must be able to work bothindependently and as part of a research team
Clinical trial and regulatory experience preferred as well as familiarity with the procedures of the OHSU Institutional Review Board
Documented previous patient contact and regulatory knowledge
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