CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR A/B
Duties: Participate in all phases of subject recruitment, enrollment, and completion of clinical trials in the field of lipoprotein metabolism, atherosclerosis, and cardiovascular disease.
Coordinator A: Assist in the coordination of Phase I-IV clinical trials in the field of lipid metabolism, atherosclerosis, and cardiovascular disease, including recruit, consent and screen patients according to protocol; Schedule patient visits and any necessary testing; Monitor patients per protocol requirements and ensure adherence to protocol requirements; Organize and maintain all documentation required by the Investigator, sponsor or CRO, includes source documentation, case report forms, and research charts; Collect, review and report study data; Complete case report forms and resolve data queries; Process and ship study specimens including blood and urine; Participate in initiation, monitoring, audit and close-out visits; Participate in study team meetings, and ongoing protocol training; Show vigilance in patient safety, protocol compliance and data qualify; Adhere to all University of Pennsylvania, FDA and GCP guidelines.
The Clinical Research Coordinator B, in addition to above, will develop study specific source documents and trackers, prepare and submit regulatory packages, correspond with sponsor and help with study start up activities. The CRC B will have limited supervision in the management of clinical trials and will need to use more independent judgment.
Qualifications: Clinical Research Coordinator A: A Bachelor's Degree and 1 to 3 years of related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Clinical Research Coordinator B: A Bachelor's Degree and 2 to 4 years of related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Reference Number: 40-20945
Salary Grade: 025/026
Employment Type: Exempt
Org: DM-Translational Medicine and Human Genetics
Special Requirements: Background Check Required
Job Family: I-Technical/Professional Research