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Clinical Research Coordinator - General Medicine

Medicine

Clinical Research Coordinator - General Medicine

  • 529629
  • Medical Center
  • Medicine
  • Full Time
  • Opening on: Sep 19 2022
  • Grade 103

Position Summary

Working in the Division of General Medicine under the direction of the Principal Investigator, the Coordinator will provide coordination and data collection in NIH-sponsored research studies as part of a research team, in collaboration with section leadership and divisional administration.


Responsibilities

  • Assist with recruitment, assessment, and follow-up of a cohort study and to coordinate the conduct of a clinical trial.
  • Assist with the conduct of a cohort study including recruitment of participants, assessment, and follow-up, as well as administering study questionnaires.
  • Serve as a back-up for the conduct and coordination of a clinical trial including working with other study personnel, performing data collection, and screening and recruitment of study participants.
  • Responsible for preparation of documents for renewals, modifications, yearly submissions, correspondence, and audit related to IRB for all research studies.
  • Prepare and maintain manual of operations; provide translation of documents from English to Spanish.
  • Assist in the preparation of submissions for scientific conferences.
  • Prepare quarterly database query report and resolution of queries.
  • Assist with financial tracking and confirmation of invoices for study related expenses (taxi vouchers, lab and study material supplies).
  • Responsible for inventory and procurement of laboratory and office supplies.
  • Perform additional duties as needed.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus two years related experience
  • Motivated self-starter with ability to exercise initiative and judgment
  • Willingness to do field work in the community and in participants' homes
  • Flexibility to work after hours and on weekends
  • Spanish language skills
  • Phlebotomy skills
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office: Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access

Other Requirements

  • Participation in the medical surveillance program
    • Contact with patients and/or human research subjects
    • Potential bloodborne pathogen exposure
  • Successful completion of applicable compliance and systems training requirements

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