The Hem/Myeloma Data Management department in the Clinical Trials Office is looking for a Clinical Trials Coordinator I.
- Will serve as the centralized point of contact for communication regarding clinical trials in the start-up process.
- Facilitates the execution of opening clinical trials to accrual within the designated program patient population.
- Communicates protocol specific information to primary clinical trial coordinator and principal investigator during the start-up phase of the protocol.
- Will work with general guidance from supervisor to implement clinical trials through pre-site selection, SRC review, IRB approval, collaboration with ancillary departments, creation of protocol orders and other source documentations and finally SIV and protocol activation.
- Will have in-depth knowledge of good clinical practices as set forth by Federal regulations.
- Previous coordinator experience, oncology background preferred.
- Engaged, organized individual with strong critical thinking skills who have the ability to work efficiently under pressure.
- Highly motivated, shows initiative, is proactive and able to work independently as well as in a team.
- Coordinate clinical research protocols throughout the start-up phase of the trial
- Work collaboratively with specific departments to help maintain appropriate documents.
- Verify the accuracy and completion of documentation including but not limited to, subject eligibility checklist, source documentations, drug dispensing logs, subject screening logs, and study-related communication.
- Will interact directly with patients, study sponsors, managers and other department personnel.
Credentials and Qualifications:
- Minimum high school diploma with eight (8) years of relevant clinical research experience required OR Associates degree with four (4) years of relevant clinical research experience required.
- Bachelor's degree preferred
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