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System One Services Clinical Research Coordinator in New Haven, Connecticut

Clinical Research CoordinatorNew Haven, Connecticut



Category:Scientific & Clinical

Compensation Range:65000.00 - 70000.00

Job ID:137987

Date Posted:08/27/2019

Our client is a well-known academic research organization with multiple openings for Clinical Research Coordinators. These direct hire positions will be located in Trumbull and New Haven, CT. Excellent benefits. If interested, please apply ASAP for more details!


  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant academic/scientific field (Master's degree preferred)

  • Minimum of 3 years of related CLINICAL research support experience

  • Must have clinical experience with patient care

  • Experience managing multiple protocols at a given time


  • Leads the research team in the execution of trials within the scope of the established study protocol. Adheres to all human subjects regulations as defined by University and the federal government that pertain to research studies.

  • Plans and track all assigned clinical activities in the lifecycle phases of start up, interim and close out.

  • Ensures that protocol and subject milestones are entered and updated in timely manner in medical record and clinical trial management systems.

  • Develops criteria for enrollment of prospective study subjects based on goals and objectives of project.

  • Confirms subject eligibility, coordinates subject enrollment and discusses discrepancies with investigators and nursing staff.

  • Verify screening procedures are performed within protocol specific window.

  • Assists in obtaining informed consent in accordance with applicable federal regulations and University policies.

  • Monitors patient toxicity on trial according to Common Toxicity criteria, including adding data from source, confirming grading and attribution and ensuring consistency of data across medial record. Identifies discrepancies in data and reconciles with investigator and nursing staff.