CLINICAL RESEARCH COORD A
Duties: The primary role of Clinical Research Coordinator is the organization, coordination and implementation of a research study. The essential functions of the position include but are not limited to:
Be actively involved in planning and implementation of patient recruitment into studies. Interview and evaluate participants as potential candidates for various studies enrollment. Obtain informed consent at multiple study sites within the Penn Health System.
Coordinate scheduling of trial participants visits with study investigators and nurse practitioners as per protocol. Provide clinical services, including phlebotomy and obtain biospecimens as required by the protocol. Plan, direct, and assess overall study management of patient in collaboration with program manager. Intercept and respond to trial participants phone calls. Perform telephone follow-up per study protocol.
The coordinator is also responsible for data collection and management in accordance with study protocol and the maintenance of source documents and case report forms. Collect and report timely, valid accurate data, maintain individual patient records. Maintain study compliance and integrity through close collaboration with investigator as well as the patient.
Provide ongoing service education updates to all investigators and HUP staff who have eligible participants for clinical research studies.
Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree and 1 to 3 years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Must be able to work flexible hours
Position requires a highly motivated, articulate individual with excellent oral and written communication skills. The candidate should possess the ability to work independently and also as part of a team. Strong planning, organizational and prioritizing capabilities along with problem solving skills desired.
Reference Number: 40-28217
Salary Grade: 025
Employment Type: Exempt
Org: WM-Ctr for Res on Reprod and Women's Health
Job Family: I-Technical/Professional Research