We desire a dynamic Clinical Subjects Coordinator to support the administrative and research subject coordination of various clinical trials in the Division of Pediatric Pulmonology with general supervision from the primary investigator and Clinical Research Project Manager.
Assist study team in all aspects of clinical research coordination
Collect or manage the collection of biological specimens for laboratory analysis
Maintain and record all subject’s data into CRF and electronic medical records
Manage site visits performed by external sponsors
If needed, the CSC will assist in IRB electronic submissions and reporting
Prepare study start up documents
Prepare study folders for start up
Participation in division-wide efforts at continuous quality improvement and cost reduction efforts in pediatric pulmonology
Other duties as assigned
A bachelor’s degree in a health related research field or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Demonstration of understanding of Medical Terminology
Proficient computer skills
Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
Ability to work independently or as a member of a team
Excellent attendance, ability to multi-task, prioritize, and the ability to exercise good judgement is a must.
Certification as a Clinical Research Coordinator is preferred/or working toward
Supervision is received from the Principal Investigator of each clinical trial and/or the clinical Research Project Manager. Staff in this classification are expected to work independently and regularly exercise good judgement in setting priorities, resolving operational problems, and the application of policies, procedures and methods, while maintaining the strictest of confidentiality at all times.
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