Regions Hospital Clinical Research Coordinator II, 1.0D in St Paul, Minnesota
Clinical Research Coordinator II, 1.0D
- Job ID:
Critical Care Research
St Paul, MN
RH - Regions Hospital & Clinics
- Position Type:
- Anticipated Work Schedule:
Days M-F with additional on call shifts as scheduled
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POSITION SUMMARY STATEMENT:
The Critical Care Coordinator coordinates clinical trials within the Critical Care Research Center at Regions Hospital. The Center oversees all research activities for the Emergency Medical Services program, the Emergency Department, the Burn Center, the Surgical Intensive Care Unit, and the Adult and Pediatric Level 1 Trauma programs. In partnership with the research project manager and director, this individual will assist in clinical trial design and implementation; oversee subject identification, recruitment and enrollment, data collection, and regulatory file management. This position will be responsible for initial IRB application and ongoing correspondence, including annual review reports. A primary job function for this individual is to develop and maintain effective working relationships with clinical staff, as well as applicable regulatory bodies. This individual may assist in data analysis, and manuscript preparation and submission as needed.
Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare, medical or science related field.
Minimum of 3 years direct clinical research experience in a clinical, academic or industry setting.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of and ability to adhere to good clinical practices (GCP).
Ability to coordinate all aspects of clinical research trials, including protocol development, regulatory file management, patient identification, recruitment, consent, enrollment, data collection, and data management.
Assist research project manager and director with manuscript preparation and submission.
Serves as a liaison between sponsor research staff, institutional review boards, and patient care providers for study implementation and conduct.
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with care providers, operations and support staff, regulatory entities and study participants through excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Active problem solving, flexibility, self-motivation and self-learning, with a desire to work with diverse workforce and subject populations.
Extremely detail oriented and able to conduct oneself professionally in a dynamic environment; able to well effectively in a group or independently with minimal oversight from Research Project Manager and CCRC Manager.
Proficiency in MS Office required: Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Strong knowledge of electronic medical record systems and electronic clinical trials databases.
Ability to attend off-site meetings; willingness to fulfill on-call and off hours work as scheduled.
Advanced graduate work in public health or comparable medical field.
Biostatistics, research methodology.
Licensure/ Registration/ Certification:
CCRC certification (SoCRA or ACRP) desired but not essential.
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