Our organization is currently reviewing applications for the Clinical Research Coordinator position within our clinical research program. We are a private cardiology practice with 17 doctors, five offices, and with privileges at three hospitals in Fairfield County. We have developed a clinical research program within our practice investigating new cardiovascular medications and devices that are in Phase III or post-marketing development.
The Clinical Research Coordinator works hand in hand with the patients and physicians within our practice to facilitate the research work flow.
The position is a full time salaried position with benefits. There is an expected 40 hour a week requirement. The applicant must be able to work autonomously within our organization and must be detail oriented.
If you are a student unable to work full time, please inquire about our 20-hour per week internship opportunities (credit and compensation are available).
*PLEASE NOTE: This position will be in one of our three offices in Trumbull, Norwalk, or Stamford, CT to be assigned at the time of job offer.*
For more information please visit our website: www.CAresearchgroup.com .
Carefully collect, compile and document clinical research data according to the study protocol and sponsor guidelines.
Maintain documentation according to protocols, standard operating procedures, and FDA requirements.
Perform administrative tasks for the including filing, appointment scheduling, phone follow ups, mailings, supply inventory, investigational product inventory etc.
Screen patients to identify eligible study candidates through chart review, patient interviews, discussions with practice doctors, and other methods.
Facilitate enrollment of eligible patients by working closely with physicians and staff.
Explain studies to eligible candidates, answer questions, and obtain written consent as delegated by the study doctor.
Perform basic clinical evaluations including: blood pressure, pulse, EKGs, phlebotomy, reviewing current and changes to medications, symptom assessment, and documenting adverse events.
Listen to and carefully address subject concerns to the best of your ability while informing clinical staff as necessary.
Assist the Clinical Research Manager and Assistant Manager in developing and improving processes to optimize efficiency and effectiveness of clinical research department.
Support the overall goals of the company.
Perform all clinical research activities in accordance with Human Subject Protection rules and Good Clinical Practice guidelines.
Work with clinical trial sponsors as needed.
Assist in training new clinical research personnel.
Perform other related duties as assigned by the study doctors, Clinical Research Manager, and Assistant Manager.
Knowledge of basic medical terminology and clinical skills.
Must have reliable personal transportation for regular transport between offices (Stamford, Norwalk, Trumbull).
Proficient with Microsoft office, general computer systems, and ability to learn other applications as needed.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
High level of organization, ability to multitask, ability to work as a team and independently.
Bachelor's degree required
Previous clinical research experience strongly preferred
Other research experience, science background, or medical background preferred
Experience in cardiology preferred
Please fax a cover letter and resume to 203-653-3390