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UCLA Health Senior Clinical Research Coordinator in Santa Monica, California


Under the direction

of the Senior Research Director, Financial Administrative Office (FAO), Faculty

Director, Medical Director, (Senior Management), of the Clinical Research Unit

(CRU) within the Division of Hematology/Oncology, the Santa Monica Senior

Clinical Research Coordinator (Senior CRC) will be primarily responsible for

the coordination of research activities under the direct supervision of the

Santa Monica Research Operations Manager. The incumbent will be responsible for

ensuring protocol procedures are completed accurately, safely, and in a timely

manner, this includes responsibility for research assessment and patient

intervention under the supervision of the Principal Investigator. Additional

responsibilities include regulatory compliance, patient recruitment and

enrollment, data collection, research chart documentation, quality assurance,

report preparation, protocol information dissemination to health care

professionals, patients and their family members. Responsible for feasibility

review of upcoming assigned protocols with regards to study execution. Will

ensure investigational product (IP) is adequately managed and documented. Meet

with staff on an annual basis to develop and implement career goals in order to

encourage and promote professional growth and development, and travel to other

locations may be required. Demonstrated clinical research experience, with

in-depth knowledge of clinical oncology, including working knowledge of good

clinical practices for clinical research.


Ability to work in

more than one environment, travel to participating hospitals/sites, and attend

off site staff meetings, conferences and investigator meetings. Ability to work

efficiently and complete tasks with a high degree of accuracy. Demonstrated

organizational skills to handle multiple clinical research projects for

efficiency and cost-effectiveness, including handling work delegated by more

than one individual. Ability to work flexible hours to accommodate research

procedures and deadlines. Excellent English, verbal and writing communication

skills, to convey and obtain information to and from investigators, patients,

families, sponsors and co-workers. Effective interpersonal skills to interact

professionally and diplomatically with patients, families, sponsors,

co-workers, investigators and others. Demonstrated skill in prioritizing

workflow to meet deadlines, often under pressure of conflicting demands, while

maintaining accuracy and effectiveness of work. Problem solving skill to work

effectively, meet research goals, with minimal supervision. Demonstrated

computer skills using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, e-mail and databases to

create reports, correspondence and other documents as required. Bachelor's

degree in related field of science, health care or medicine strongly preferred.

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

UCLA Health welcomes all individuals, without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin or disabilities, and we proudly look to each person’s unique achievements and experiences to further set us apart.