Job Title:
Clinical Research Coord-Float
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College of Medicine
COM Clinical Trials Office
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Position summary

Clinical Research Coord-Float (Job Opening 437459) - Clinical Research Coordinator will serve as a Clinical Research Coordinator-Float providing expertise and guidance in overseeing, coordinating and executing a variety of assigned clinical research protocols across all medical or surgical specialties as required for any research group managed by the Clinical Trials Management Organization in the College of Medicine; completes assignments within any CTMO-related research group based on needs and requirements of any given group or principal investigator as directed by CTMO leadership; provides advice and recommendations to user groups with on-boarding, reorganizations and new study implementations; serves as subject matter leader providing mentorship to new and existing research staff through one-on-one modeling and/or group training focusing on Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for Good Clinical Research Practice; provides guidance for coordinating and implementing studies to principal investigators and assigned research staff; participates in identifying the feasibility of potential studies; works closely with CTMO in the establishment of clinical trials when new protocols are introduced and participates in developing plans to meet those requirements; performs clinical research coordinator duties including identification of eligibility of patients to participate in studies, recruitment and enrollment of participants, coordinating patient care, and collection and entry of data; participates in development and implementation of new studies; collects information for researchers and assists with grant preparation; collects and processes biological specimens for analysis; assesses risk/benefit ratios; ensures informed consent is administered in accordance with research protocols; educates patients and families regarding assigned protocol; monitors patients for adverse reactions and reports to funding agency and IRB; may perform electrocardiograms and venipuncture based on protocol requirements.

Education and experience

Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience required; considerable (3 years) experience in a clinical research capacity conducting clinical research studies required; clinical research certification from SoCRA (Society of Clinical Research Associates) or ACRP (Association of Clinical Research Professionals) required; knowledge of and familiarity with a variety of medical specialties preferred; Qualified candidates may be asked to complete a pre-employment physical including a drug screen. Requires successful completion of a background check.