University of Virginia Clinical Research Coordinator in Charlottesville, Virginia
The Center for Public Health Genomics is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator. The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) supports research efforts of the Principal Investigator in conducting a large screening study for the genetic risk of type 1 diabetes (T1D) among children in Virginia. The CRC will be involved in the recruitment and enrollment of research participants, informed consent process, data collection, biospecimen collection (saliva sample), monitoring and reporting overall study progress, conducting follow-up contacts with enrolled participants, and implementing daily operations of the research study. The incumbent may have opportunities to participate in future research studies. The CRC will be stationed in a pediatric clinic in the Charlottesville area and will approach potential participants and their parent/guardian in the clinic waiting room to introduce the study and recruit interested individuals. All participants are children ages 2-16 who are at the clinic for their healthcare appointment.
This CRC will be located in a clinic in the Charlottesville, Virginia, area, which may include Crozet. Local training and periodic meetings will take place at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia. Bilingual skills in English/Spanish is helpful, but not required.
Please attach your CV, Cover letter and contact for three references to your application.
Successful candidates will have a Bachelor's degree in Public Health or other healthcare related field, or equivalent degree, in hand by appointment start date. One year of relevant clinical research experience is required. Experience gained as a student will be considered. Candidates are expected to have familiarity with iPads and MS Office (Word and PowerPoint). Research experience in pediatric populations is preferred. Additional preferred skills include experience in genetic research and in collection of human biospecimens.
Clinical Research Coordinators, Non-Licensed, work closely with study subjects and other research staff and are involved in most steps of the research trial process. They function under the Principal Investigator's medical license and cannot perform any tasks that by state or local law require a medical license to perform. They work independently and have the authority to adapt methods and procedures to meet the needs of the clinical trial. They are focused on the long term goals of clinical research trial and process.
Recruit, screen, and enroll study participants who meet research criteria. Collect basic information through scripted interviews and answer general questions.
Obtain informed consent from study participants and maintain telephone and in-person contact. Notify Principal Investigator and supervisor of subject status.
Collect subject data, enter and analyze data, and compile reports, adhering to proper research protocols. Prepare documentation, reports, graphs, and other materials. Keep appropriate logs, track participants, and prepare study materials.
Process, prepare and ship laboratory specimens.
Compile and submit study protocols and amendments, consent forms, and recruiting materials to the Institutional Review Board and department for approval with oversight from supervisor or Principal Investigator.
In addition to the above job responsibilities, other duties may be assigned.
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