Because at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital, we're committed to providing superior pediatric care with the most advanced innovations in medical technology, where we offer cutting-edge research, education for physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals … all within a family-friendly environment.
Some amazing kids are counting on you!
The Division of Hematology, Oncology, Neuro-Oncology, and Stem-Cell Transplantation has two fantastic opportunities for clinical research coordinators at the CRCII and CRCIII level to coordinate complex clinical trials.
Clinical Research Coordinator II HEMATOLOGY
Clinical Research Coordinators III STEM CELL | NEURO-ONOCLOGY
Work closely with accomplished faculty who are highly driven to advance research for children with cancer and blood disorders. The division has a large portfolio of open studies consisting of investigator-initiated studies, corporative group studies, and industry sponsors. In these positions, you'll gain experience in a comprehensive-coordinator role with full subject coordination, regulatory, and data responsibilities for your disease-specific teams. You'll also have promotional and growth opportunity on our Clinical Research Professionals ladder.
Conduct study start-up activities and prepare/maintain all regulatory documents required by sponsor or regulatory agencies.
Prepare protocols, informed consent documents, modifications, renewals, and other necessary documents for review by the IRB or sponsor.
Coordinate study conduct with other departments to effectively implement clinical research projects, obtain required letters of support/approvals (e.g., IBC, SRC, etc.), and ensure that protocol is followed.
Identify and recruit eligible study subjects; conduct informed consent/assent process.
Arrange and conduct clinical research visits; conduct site qualifications, study initiation, monitoring/close-out visits; and attend investigator meetings.
Abstract data from medical records; enter medical information/data onto protocol specific case report forms, study flow sheets, and other required study forms; and prepare abstracted/coded data for processing/analysis.
Create and update case report forms and source document templates.
Coordinate reimbursement of subjects, maintain supply/equipment inventory, and prepare lab kits and requisitions prior to visits.
Collect specimens from subjects and process specimens or works with research lab to ensure samples are processed/sent out correctly.
Record data on source documents and CRFs and electronic web-based systems.
Conduct literature searches, and assist with QA/QC procedures.
Monitor, assess, and report adverse events.
Bachelor's degree with at least 3 to 5 years of clinical research experience (or equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience).
Familiarity with formulas in Excel, advanced database management, and database best practices.
Demonstrated customer service and communication skills in addressing large and diverse audiences; prior leadership experience preferred.
Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
Certification as a Clinical Research Professional (SOCRA) or Clinical Research Coordinator (ACRP) preferred.
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