RESEARCH COORDINATOR Req #:205812Department:UROLOGYJob Location: Seattle Campus Posting Date:04/18/2022 Closing Info:Open Until Filled Salary:Salary is commensurate with education and experience Shift:First Shift Notes:As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here.
As a UW employee, you have a unique opportunity to change lives on our campuses, in our state and around the world. UW employees offer their boundless energy, creative problem solving skills and dedication to build stronger minds and a healthier world.
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The Department of Urology at the University of Washington consistently ranks among the top urology programs in the country. Our four-word motto reflects our mission: Cure, Comfort, Teach, and Wonder. Clinical and applied laboratory research is a major mission of this department, and its national ranking is in part due to its renown research.The Department of Urology has an outstanding opportunity for a full time (1.0 FTE) Research Coordinator position for a study on lower urinary tract symptoms, known as LURN. Due to the complexity of the data to be compiled, the position is suited for a person with experience in multi-center research studies, accustomed to large volume data collection, and who has demonstrated success in working with a high degree of independence. Complexities
The successful candidate will use organizational and communication skills as well as qualitative and quantitative approaches to data collection, management, and reporting. In addition, this position will submit IRB applications as well as perform study participant recruitment and consent.
The position has ability to manage multiple research projects. The successful candidate will develop research designs, data collection methods, and strategies for data management, in coordination with the staff and investigators of the research network. This position's work will work primarily be at UW Medical Center, including both the Montlake and Northwest hospital sites. Additional work will also be performed at Harborview Medical Center and the Eastside Specialty Center as needed.
If desired, there will be opportunities for direct participation in the preparation of biomedical manuscripts.RESPONSIBILITIES:Research Project Administration
•Guide project direction and create project timelines and deliverables for PI; track and manage timelines;
•Manage multiple data collection efforts, liaising with outside institutions and agencies;
•Coordination of weekly research team meetings and regular meetings with local stakeholders;
•Prepare human subjects applications, consent forms, and progress reports for Institutional Review Board (IRB), and oversee tracking and resolution for each submission;
•Regularly interface with faculty to communicate status and to reduce potential barriers to success; and
•Facilitate and schedule meetings and conferences with collaborators, as necessary.Human Subjects Research Management
• Oversee a broad range of research activities associated with each research project, including but not limited to recruiting, screening and consenting participants (may require travel to various research sites);
• Develop highly positive working relationships with study participants, and maintain open lines of communication via regular follow-up as designated by study protocols;
• Verify accuracy of patient/subject data, including the documentation of pertinent physical exam findings in the medical record during the clinic visit;
• Manage multiple data collection efforts, liaising with outside institutions and agencies;
• Educate a non-scientific audience on the complexities of the relevant research study;
• Regularly interface with faculty investigators to communicate status and to reduce potential barriers to success;
• Work successfully with the local (UW) research team ,a s well as the research network.Research Development Activities
• Develop and implement improvements to research procedures and techniques;
• Analyze and evaluate clinical data gathered during research;
• Manage applications for research grants;
• Protocol management - develop thorough understanding of study protocol, ensure compliance with all aspects of protocol;
• Collaborate with the PI and department to develop a categorized budget and justification;
•Attend research network/investigator meetings, as requested, in support of protocol management and adherence.Data Collection Activities
•Perform specialized tasks such as collecting study-specific biospecimens and qualitative interview data collection;
•Oversee data collection process, including uploading questionnaire and other data acquired from subjects onto central study website. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
•Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field and 2-3 years relevant experience to include:
•Experience working in a complex research and/or academic organization
•Experience developing research projects
•Must be able to multitask, and handle high level tasks in a busy organizational setting
•A detail-oriented, proactive, and flexible approach to work
•Must be a problem solver and self-starter
•Strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills
•Demonstrated ability to effectively interact with faculty, staff, and sponsor representatives
•Flexibility to manage changing priorities and respond to unplanned activities
•Ability to handle confidential information, and maintain HIPPA compliance
•Experience using software including Microsoft Office SuiteEquivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.DESIRED EXPERIENCE
•Trained in Human Subjects and CRBB compliance at UW
•Master’s degree in public health, social services or allied health professions As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here.Application Process:
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