This position may provide study coordination for multiple clinical research studies depending on complexity that range from moderate to complex. Coordinator experience and mastery of all job duties from the Clinical Research Technician position is required. This position should be able to perform tasks and make decisions independently, consistently, and accurately, and demonstrate that they have achieved a moderate level of expertise in all their skills and abilities resulting in high quality work. It is presumed that this position is able to apply their skills to a broad range of different types of clinical studies, navigate available resources appropriately, effectively use all tools and job aids at their disposal and operate e-clinical technologies with are reasonable degree of proficiency. This position can perform the majority of tasks independently and perform quality checks of their work. They also know where and how to identify appropriate resources and support and are able to discern when to escalate issues needing additional intervention. Key behavioral competency descriptors include demonstrate, implement, execute, and use.
Demonstrates understanding of protocol elements/requirements and demonstrate the ability toexecute study procedures.
Demonstrates the ability to anticipate and mitigate the potential for protocol non-compliance.
Describes protocol structure and explainshow to interpret study requirements to ensure studycompliance.
Demonstrates accurate implementation of protocol procedures.
Explains and performs study non-GCP related study management activities.
Performs study procedures with minimal supervision.
Triages simple subject concerns and issues appropriately.
Schedules, assists with preparation for, and attends study initiation meetings, monitor visits, andaudits.
Comfortable with basic clinical lab equipment such as a centrifuge, various freezers, pipettes, andstandard laboratory safety requirements and guidelines.
Bachelor’s degreein Health Science or an equivalent combination of related education and experience is necessary.
Certification is required through Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) as a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) or Society of Clinical Research Association (SOCRA) as a Certified Clinical Research Professionals (CCRP) and must be achieved by 01/01/24. After 01/01/24, certification is required within six months of date of hire.
Minimum 2 years of directly related experience in clinical research and clinical trials is necessary
Experience with children and families who have disabilities.
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