We are an innovative, collaborative, interdisciplinary research entity looking for a highly organized, detail-oriented, equity-driven, and enthusiastic candidate 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 will work under the direct supervision of the study project manager to implement the day-to-day activities of clinical research projects involving participant/patient engagement, including diverse patient populations. Collaborating with a variety of study teams, as well as performing independently, they will facilitate the implementation of standard protocols; 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; and provide necessary administrative support to meet the goals of individual projects and sub-projects.
At CBCH our goal is to work together as a collective (faculty, admin, and staff) to advance shared values and goals.
Clinical Research Coordinators can expect to manage at least one sub-study or component element of a project. In collaboration with the Project Coordinator II, the candidate will be responsible for providing leadership through the development and implementation of strategic plans to enhance enrollment/utilization of tracking devices, assessment of trends, identification of areas for improvement and evaluating success in meeting sub-study/component metrics. Dissemination of consort diagrams and presentations at team multi-disciplinary meetings are expected. Excellent written and verbal communication, appropriate for diverse study team members is an expectation of the role.
Candidates may anticipate involvement in the conduct of NIH, foundation or pilot funded studies within the Center, recruiting participants from the NYP Emergency Department (Columbia and Cornell), hospital/clinical units and/or community setting. This position will require candidates to be available, if needed, to recruit and follow-up research participants from clinical areas, community (home visits) and outreach centers, with work hours to be scheduled between 7:00 am and 8:30 pm and occasionally on weekends. Candidates should be comfortable in a team-oriented, collaborative work culture with frequent bilingual interactions in both English and Spanish with patients, families, physicians and other members of the health care team.
Candidates will serve as the primary liaison for the Principal Investigator, collaborating with caregiving physicians to identify cardiac arrest survivors for eligible for recruitment into studies and related sub studies, focusing on understanding the impact of hospitalization on physical and mental health, activity, quality of life and overall wellbeing. Candidates may also represent the investigator as they interface with outpatient clinicians, advocates and community-based personnel on additional projects focused on both healthy persons and individuals with other medical conditions.
Candidates may be asked to support additional funded and pilot projects within the Center as needs evolve. 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.
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