CRC or CRC Intermediate (Licensed)

Location
Charlottesville, VA
Posted
May 03, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Working Title: CRC or CRC Intermediate (Licensed)

Position Type: University Managerial and Professional Staff

Department: Department of Radiology

Location: Charlottesville

Posting Date: 05-02-2017

Posting Summary:
The Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging at the University of Virginia is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator-Licensed or Intermediate Clinical Research Coordinator-Licensed position for its Radiology Research Division. This position is responsible for managing, coordinating, and performing advanced comprehensive clinical trials to include recruitment, registration, scheduling, enrollment and nursing services of participants, data collection, statistical analysis, and post-study follow up. The position oversees and manages patient and clinical trial data for research projects to create follow-up patient surveys, correlate research material, and maintain imaging research equipment with required guidelines.

For the Clinical Research Coordinator-Licensed position, minimum qualifications include an Associate's degree or higher, a minimum of one year of clinical research or related experience, and RN Licensure.

For the Intermediate Clinical Research Coordinator-Licensed position, minimum qualifications include an Associate's degree or higher, at least four years of clinical research/trials or related experience, and RN Licensure. A related graduate degree may substitute for two years of experience.

The is a restricted position and is contingent upon continued grant funding.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Excellent written, interpersonal, and verbal communication skills.
2. Ability to identify and resolve problems.
3. Ability to work accurately; proficient keyboarding skills.
4. Ability to sort and compile data.
5. Considerable knowledge of scientific principles and research methodology.
6. Proficient knowledge of medical terminology, diseases/conditions under study, and Good Clinical Practices for research.
7. Excellent organizational skills with the ability to manage large volumes of information while having the ability to be flexible and adjust to changing situations.
8. Ability to work independently with attention to detail.
9. Ability to relate to people in a wide variety of professional levels.
10. Knowledge of human subjects research ethics.
11. Advanced knowledge of IRB procedures and submission process.
12. Advanced knowledge of federal regulations of institutional human subjects.
13. Supervisory skills essential as well as ability to manage performance evaluation process.
14. Competent in managing complex projects.

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