The Department of Surgery, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator to initiate, conduct, complete, and report on clinical research studies in Pediatric Cardiovascular Surgery under the direction of the Department Research Director and Principal Investigators. To learn more about the Department of Surgery, please visit our website here.
Coordinate studies to ensure protocol, regulatory and standard operating procedures (SOP) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) compliance. Recruit and screen study subjects, and act as a liaison with study sponsors, collaborators, and investigators. Train health professionals, patients, and families regarding the clinical study. Maintain detailed study records and reports and serve as an advocate for study subjects and their families. Develop solutions to complex problems that impact the timely and accurate conduct of clinical research. Collect and track data, complete and file reports, work closely with primary investigators, and much more.
Bachelor's degree in science or a health-related field and two years of clinical research experience; OR associate's degree in Allied Health/bachelor's degree in other fields and three years of experience in clinical research.
Clinical Research Certificate will be required (ARCP or SOCRA). If do not currently hold this certification, it must be obtained within two years of hire.
Excellent communication and organizational skills. Ability to develop and maintain rapport with professionals and study participants. Knowledge and understanding of case report forms/assessments, research methods, and study protocol. Ability to maintain accurate and organized records, and work with a high level of independence. Ability to work collaboratively. Strong interpersonal skills and extensive judgment to appropriately respond to participants' well-being, demeanor, and abilities. Proficient use of computers and strong attention to detail. Ability to multi-task.
Working Conditions / Demands
Working around the building and visiting patients. Work at computer for long stretches of time. Must be able to perform essential job functions with or without an accommodation.
Position will pay up to $52K, pending experience and possession of SOCRA certification (there is an expectation to obtain post hire if candidate does not already posess this).
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3RS
Job Function: Research
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