Clin Study Coord II - Ophthalm

Job Description

Overview

GENERAL SUMMARY OF POSITION:

Under the direction of the Principal Investigator or designee, the Clinical Study Coordinator II – Ophthalmology is responsible for coordinating clinical research projects and providing direction for other research staff

Responsibilities

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

– Coordinate research studies according to guidelines and Manuals of Procedures

– Help train study staff

– Modify and update study Manuals as needed to improve operations

– Oversee and participate in data collection, data entry, telephone calls to study participants and medical offices and labs, conduct interviews, and perform other study tasks

– Help with data management, maintain study files.

– Assure quality control of data

– Organize, conduct and supervise collection of study images into study databases

– Assist with literature reviews

– Assist with IRB submissions and regulatory materials related to medical records and study billing.

– May perform centrifuging of study blood samples and provide back-up for Lab Supervisor as needed

– Organize collection of off-site blood appointments

– Assist with lab and biorepository tasks

– Help train and supervise the activities of Clinical Research Assistant and Research Coordinator 1.

– Perform other duties as required.

Qualifications

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

– Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or health care field; Master’s degree preferred but not required.

– 3 years of related experience

– Excellent ability to use computer based tools to create spreadsheets and databases (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

– Knowledge of data management software and some basic analytic skills preferred

– Excellent oral and written communication skills

– Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills necessary to interact with patients and medical offices

– Outstanding attention to detail and accuracy

– Ability to travel to local campus off-site locations

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