Diabetes Clinical Research Program (DCRP)
The Diabetes Clinical Research Program conducts multiple research studies involving individuals with type 1 diabetes and their families. Primarily funded by federal grants (National Institutes of Health) or non-profit organizations (American Diabetes Association, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation), our multi-disciplinary team is focused on interventions to change the disease process. A Clinical Research Coordinator performs an increasing complexity of tasks to facilitate clinical research which may include working with international network leadership and affiliate or collaborating research sites as well as conducting BRI based research studies. Under the direction of senior Clinical Research Coordinators, responsibilities may include new study preparation, subject screening, recruitment and enrollment, data entry, independently performing study procedures and/or assisting Clinical Research Center nursing staff, preparation for study monitor visits, completing and ensuring the quality of case report forms, maintaining source documents and ensuring site quality.
Multi-tasking is primary, with strong attention to detail essential. Bachelor’s degree and previous experience in clinical research setting is desired. Solid people and organizational skills are required, as well as a good working understanding of computer software (Word, Excel, and Outlook). Washington state health care assistant license and/or phlebotomy experience, an understanding of type 1 diabetes, and an enthusiasm for diabetes research is preferred. Minimum one year full-time related experience. May require Healthcare Assistant Certificate or other specialized training.
Benaroya Research Institute - 19 months ago