University of Chicago Clinical Research Coordinator 2 in Chicago, Illinois
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About the Unit
The Department of Neurology at The University of Chicago Medical Center has a great history and tradition, having made significant contributions to neurological training, clinical care, and the basic understanding of neurological disease.
Responsible for all aspects of research projects and research facilities. Plans and conducts clinical and non-clinical research; facilitates and monitors daily activities of clinical trials or research projects. Directs engineering and technical support activities to develop and maintain tools and computational methods needed to gather and analyze data.
Career Track and Job Level
Manages, facilitates, and monitors the daily activities of clinical research and clinical trials. Performs a variety of duties involved in the collection, documentation, analysis and reporting of clinical research and clinical trial data. Manages the strategic, administrative, operational, and financial decisions that impact clinical research and clinical trials conducted across the University.
P1: Performs routine assignments in the entry level to a professional job progression. Typically requires a college or university degree or the equivalent work experience that provides knowledge and exposure to fundamental theories, principles and concepts. Develops competence by performing structured work assignments. Uses existing procedures to solve routine or standard problems. Receives instruction, guidance and direction from others.
The job performs routine assignments related to the documentation, analysis, and reporting of research data. Provides input to support the strategic, administrative, operational, and financial decisions that impact clinical research conducted across the University.
1) Performs various aspects of clinical research, such as collecting and processing specimens, interviewing subjects, taking vital signs, and contributing to the case report., 2) Analyzes protocols and advise treating physicians on appropriate dosage modifications or treatment calculations based on patient characteristics., 3) Coordinates and may participate in quality assurance reviews conducted by study sponsors, federal agencies, or specially designated review groups., 4) Analyzes study-related documentation, such as protocol worksheets, procedural manuals, adverse event reports, institutional review board documents, or progress reports., 5) Performs other related work as needed.
1) Responsible for all aspects of research projects and research facilities. Plans and conducts clinical and non-clinical research; facilitates and monitors daily activities of clinical trials or research projects. Directs engineering and technical support activities to develop and maintain tools and computational methods needed to gather and analyze data.
2) Requires knowledge and experience in own discipline; still acquiring higher-level knowledge and skills. Builds knowledge of the organization, processes and customers. Solves a range of straightforward problems. Analyzes possible solutions using standard procedures. Receives a moderate level of guidance and direction.
3) Analyzes, facilitates and participates in the daily activities of multiple moderately complex clinical trials and performs all aspects of clinical data management, including patient data retrieval, referring MD office records, preparing clinical research charts, and participation in program audits.
4) Prepares program conference lists for multidisciplinary conferences and workshops. Participates in all pharmaceutical site visits. Uses moderate understanding of clinical trials to collect and store patient specimens, radiology scans and reports.
5) Solves a range of straightforward problems relating to the administration of the compliance, financial and other related aspects of a clinical study.
6) Interprets the data needed for insurance submissions. Gathers pre-testing results if obtained at an outside facility.
1) Previous experience with clinical research, consenting patients, and regulatory issues is highly desirable.
2) The successful candidate will have excellent written and oral communication skills.
3) Ability to work successfully with a large and diverse group of researchers and patients.
4) Formal education in clinical research and regulatory issues is preferred.
5) Knowledge in relevant scientific field.
6) Knowledge of research techniques or methods.
7) Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures.
8) Analytical, Problem-solving, Organizational skills and Attention to detail.
9) Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
10) Knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Education, Experience, and Certifications
Minimum requirements include a college or university degree in related field.
Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through < 2 years of work experience in a related job discipline.
1) Knowledge and skills developed through 2-5 years of work experience in a related job discipline.
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
Depends on Qualifications
Scheduled Weekly Hours
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- Posted 30+ Days Ago
- Full time