CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR I

University of Alabama at Birmingham

United States

December 25, 2021

Description

CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR I - (T192587)

Description

Summary

This position will be a part of the Transplant Clinical Research Team for kidney and liver transplantation. Assigned studies will range from registry studies to intervention studies involving post-transplant patients. To collect and record preliminary data for clinical research programs. To recruit and perform follow-up with research participants as protocols outline. To schedule visits according to research protocols. To assist in coordination of lab and fieldwork. To maintain familiarity with appropriate Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines and regulations.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for collection of clinical research data, recording, reporting, and maintaining data
  • Ensure accuracy of documentation
  • Acts as liaison with sponsor, CRA, Research Pharmacy, IRB, OSP and enters all required data into OnCore and sponsor CRF's
  • Coordinate and conduct patient care visits and assure all procedures are conducted in compliance with the protocol
  • Scheduling of tests and procedures as directed/required by protocol
  • Interact with the PI to assure patient receives appropriate medical evaluation and care when needed and will alert the PI of any serious adverse events that may occur throughout the course of the study
  • Report all adverse events to sponsor and all serious adverse events to the IRB and sponsor
  • Recruits, screens, enrolls, and schedules participants for appropriate research projects
  • Collaborates with PI, sponsors, and research teams in the evaluation and coordination of protocols, budgets, recruitment strategies, and data management plan
  • Identifies potential problems and/or inconsistencies
  • Performs other duties as assigned
  • Hourly Range: $17.95 - $29.20

    Qualifications

    Qualifications

    High School diploma or GED required.

    Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • Team player and adaptable to change
  • Primary Location

    : University

    Job Category

    : Scientific Research

    Organization

    : 311402600 Med - Nephrology

    Employee Status

    : Regular

    Shift: Day/1st Shift