RN Clinical Research Coordinator II (PRN)
Premier Research - Phoenix, AZ

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POSITION SUMMARY:
Coordinates and conducts research protocols in a manner that ensures quality, consistency, timeliness, accuracy and patient safety. Maintains frequent face-to-face, written, and telephone contacts with various persons involved in the study, including but not limited to the patients, relatives/friends of the patient, doctors, pharmaceutical sponsors, pharmacists and all levels of Research Centers staff.

PRIMARY JOB FUNCTIONS:
Establishes rapport with pharmaceutical and maintains frequent face-to-face, written and telephone contact with various persons involved in the study, including but not limited to the subjects, relatives/friends of the subjects, doctors, pharmaceutical sponsors, pharmacists and all levels of Research Centers staff

Function in the role of lead or co-lead on studies as assigned some of which may be complex

Identifies, evaluates and recruits qualified potential subjects for the clinical research study assigned

Becomes thoroughly familiar with the regulatory documents, protocol, case report form, informed consent, source documentation, subject diary (when applicable), and study medication(s) for the assigned research study

Coordinates and conducts pre-study, initiation, monitoring and close-out visits with the pharmaceutical representative, including completion of minutes and follow-up reports

Performs appropriate research protocol procedures which may include, but are not limited to: vital signs, pregnancy tests, intravenous catheter insertion, blood collection and processing, accountability of specimens and notification of courier for specimen pick-ups, ECGs, alcohol breath tests and pain assessments

Dispense appropriate investigational medication to each study participant per protocol instructions

Provides Project managers with summary data related to all study activities

Is responsible for high level administrative study oversight

May aid in the development of Clinical Assistant and Clinical Coordinator I staff

Assists and supports the anesthesiologist, surgeons and other team members before, during and after surgical procedures

Ensures smooth and efficient day-to-day functioning of the surgical suite

Applies or changes wound dressing as needed

May be required to perform wound closures

Administers emergency medical care as directed by the study Investigator

All other projects as assigned

Required Skills

Current RN License

CPR Certification

CRC Certification (preferred)

ACLS certification (preferred)

Demonstrated knowledge of Good Clinical Practices

Excellent communication skills (interpersonal, written, verbal)

Strong attention to detail

Excellent time management skills

Intermediate computer skills

Minimum of two years direct clinical research experience

Minimum of four years nursing experience preferred

Required Experience

Minimum two years nursing experience preferred

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