The Institute of Genomic Medicine seeks to hire a skilled individual who enjoys working with people and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills to work as a Clinical Research Coordinator for a multi-year research program. The overall objective of this study is to obtain informed consent to participate in the All of Us Research Program, gather physical measurements, blood pressure, collect biospecimens (i.e., blood, saliva) and administer study questionnaires to be used for future research purposes. New patients will be approached in the outpatient clinics and inpatient setting.
The Clinical Research Coordinator will explain the All of Us Research Program to participants and facilitate digital enrollment in the program if the participant is eligible. The coordinator will review and follow research protocols and determine data management requirement for each patient enrolled; interacts with the regulatory office to maintain regulatory documents and administrative files for each protocol. research coordination includes working with a research nurse, treating physicians, and clinical team to facilitate confirmation that each patient meets eligibility criteria specified for protocols and enrollment into the study. Both patient and regulatory research records will be maintained. This involves working in conjunction with the study team to gather all required data and relevant clinical information. The incumbent will support the day-to-day recruitment of subjects for this study, which include but are not limited to: active interaction with potential participants in high-volume patient waiting rooms, participating in weekly meetings with enrollment team, data collection, maintaining screening and recruitment logs, obtaining in-person informed consent, collecting biospecimens (i.e., blood, saliva, urine) assessing and reporting barriers to recruitment. S/he will perform other related duties as assigned.
The Clinical Research Coordinator will work independently as well as part of a team. Coordinator will be required to relate to diverse populations. S/he will connect with participants to build rapport for long-term commitment to and engagement with the All of Us Research Program. Communication skills include excellent written communication skills, compassion, discretion, and follow-through.
Requires a bachelor's degree plus two years of related experience. Related experience in clinical research preferred. The position requires excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills, attention to detail and the ability to work independently. Proficiency in Microsoft Office is required.
Phlebotomy skills strongly preferred; or willingness to be trained as a phlebotomist and ability to perform blood draws required.
Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred, fluency in other languages will be considered.
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