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Location: School of Medicine & Dentistry
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Part Time 20 hours Grade 053 Department of Neurosurgery
8 AM-4:30 PM
The Health Project Coordinator will assist in planning, implementing, conducting and monitoring day-to-day oversight of several clinical studies in the Department Neurosurgery Translational Pain Research. Under general guidance and independent judgment coordinate patient recruitment, enrollment, schedules, and care of pain management clinical research studies of Translational Pain Research. Responsible for initiating and managing both multi-center industry sponsored clinical trials and investigator-initiated trials. This management will include developing budgets, monitoring expenditures, study start-up, including IRB (RSRB or WIRB) submissions, source document development, patient recruitment, enrollment and retention, and general clinical study planning, abstract and manuscript preparation. Responsible for case report form and database management entries. Maintain a working knowledge of the area(s) of expertise by reviewing research literature and abstracts, attending pertinent meetings and seminars. Assist with preparing analytical reports for publication.
Bachelor's degree (Master's degree preferred) in health-related area with experience working in clinical setting. Human Subject Protection Program certification required and 2-3 years clinical coordinator experience in research and pharmaceutical trials preferred. Strong interpersonal communication and writing skills along with excellent problem solving skills and the ability to productively manage several projects simultaneously are required. Skills with research design, grant writing, and/or statistical analysis are especially valuable. Knowledge of computer databases, word processing, spreadsheets, and graphics packages are important. Need someone who is highly independent, well-organized, responsible and a team player.
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
The University of Rochester is an Equal Opportunity Employer.