CLINICAL RESEARCH COORD C

Duties: The primary function of this position is to coordinate clinical research studies in the division of nuclear medicine in the department of Radiology. This CRC C will join a group of research staff that supports nuclear medicine research including ongoing industry sponsored and investigator initiated trials and new studies that are in development or start up phases. This position will be taking over the coordination of a number of ongoing active trials involving investigational radiotracers and PET imaging studies. This position will be asked to work closely in conducting clinical trials with both Radiology investigators and investigators from referring departments (hematology/oncology, neurology, psychology, surgery, pulmonology, orthopedics, etc). The CRC C will be responsible for initiating and conducting participant screening, recruitment, enrollment, coordination and scheduling or all research required procedures and visits. This CRC C position will be responsible for managing trials with investigational imaging agents. The CRC C will organize, maintain, and keep up-to-date all required research documentation - to include but not limited to source documentation, case report forms, and research charts. The CRC C will collect, review and report study data by completing case report forms and resolving data queries. The CRC C will be responsible for the abstraction of medical record information from subject's electronic medical records, interviews and/or questionnaires for entry into the research databases - including but not limited to RedCap, CTMS, Electronic data capture programs specified by study sponsors. The CRC C will be responsible for entering orders and scheduling study related visits in Pennchart and radiology systems; preparing and processing regulatory documents to all regulatory committees from study start up to study completion. Interacting with study sponsors, preparing and participating in study audits, clinical trial initiation visits, monitoring and closeout visits.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree and at least 4-6 years of experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, required. Effective problem solving abilities; effective communication and writing skills; strong organizational and time management skills; flexible and able to multi-task; demonstrated ability to work as part of a team, as well as independently; knowledge of IRB and human research protection regulations is a must. Experience in a clinical research setting with direct patient contact and demonstrated attention to detail and accuracy in data collection is required.

Reference Number: 40-29251

Salary Grade: 027

Employment Type: Exempt

Org: RA-Radiology

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Job Family: I-Technical/Professional Research

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