We are an innovative research entity within the Division of Cardiology (Hypertension Center and Laboratory) looking for highly organized, detail-oriented and enthusiastic candidates to support the patient-oriented research portfolio of the Center. We anticipate developing new studies and research directions, so ideal candidates will be able to adapt to a fast-paced environment with evolving responsibilities, workloads and work schedules.
The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) will be responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of a highly innovative portfolio involving participant engagement in cardiovascular and hypertension clinical research. Collaborating with a variety of institutional and Center-wide teams, as well as performing independently, s/he will lead the implementation of complex, standard protocols involving administering questionnaires, and measurement of blood pressure and other physiological parameters. The CRC will ensure eligibility criteria, track, collect and validate research data; coordinate with data management staff to develop, implement, monitor, and evaluate electronic data capture systems; manage electronic study files; coordinate with outside labs to secure study visit space and services; organize team meetings and provide necessary administrative support to meet the goals of the projects.
The CRC can also expect to support the implementation of pilot studies for the principal investigator and/or junior faculty members as needs arise. They will be responsible for providing leadership through the development and implementation of strategic plans to enhance enrollment/utilization of study participants, tracking devices, assessment of trends, and identification of areas for improvement and evaluating success in study/component metrics.
Candidates should anticipate the need for flexible work hours to attain recruitment goals and complete study visits successfully. Candidates may expect work hours to be scheduled between 7:00 am and 7:30 pm and occasionally on weekends, varying from week-to-week depending upon study visit and recruitment needs. Candidates should be comfortable in a team-oriented, collaborative work culture with frequent interactions in with study participants, collaborating investigators, laboratory and Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) personnel.
Candidates will be expected to have excellent rapport with participants and other research coordinators, faculty and staff at the Center and in our clinical work environments. Candidates may perform other related duties as required.
Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education, training and experience, plus two years of related experience.
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