Administrative Coordinator I
Internal Title: Research Coordinator
Posting Number: STA00203PO17
College/Division: School of Medicine Greenville
Department: School of Medicine - Greenville
Advertised Salary Range: Commensurate with experience
Part/Full-time: Full Time
Job Search Category: Administrative
Advertised Job Summary: Reporting directly to the Administrative Manager of the Chair of the Department of Biomedical Sciences, the Research Coordinator will facilitate research related activities for faculty and students conducting research, including maintaining a Canvas page, website and a database of activity. This individual will build and organize the student/faculty research database. He/She will manage all research expenditures for students and faculty. He/She will serve as primary support for the Patient Studio as well as organize and facilitate other departmental projects related to research. As the research coordinator, he/she will work with various other individuals, such as research coordinators and principal investigators. Duties include maintaining regulatory data integrity, assisting in the preparation of FDA or internal audits, functioning as a team player, working effectively with other coordinators in the same department, reviewing all regulatory documents, developing a technique to track study activity, and carrying out work assignments with little supervision and exemplary judgment. This job requires the worker to ensure that important forms are submitted in a timely manner. Other various duties include working closely with sponsors and study personnel on pertinent regulatory issues, developing procedures and policies, and leading regulatory educational events in order to fully educate other staff members or colleagues.
Minimum Qualifications (Classified and Unclassified positions): Bachelor's degree and 5 years related experience in business management, public administration, administrative services or related field; or equivalency.
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