Growing and well-respected biomedical (clinical, basic and applied) research firm has job opportunities at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. If you are passionate about research, and are looking for a firm that shares your passion, and provides competitive salaries with a strong benefits package, join the ClinicalRM team.
We are currently seeking a Research Protocol Coordinator for the Dayton, Ohio area.
The Research Protocol Coordinator is the front line manager and contact point for all matters relating to clinical research projects developed by WPMC, Federal, State, National or private medical establishments, and universities collaboratively involved with Wright ‐ Patterson AFB, and all endowments, and gifts and grants.
Serves as the primary advisor and technical authority to PIs on all aspects of planning, approval, and conduct of clinical investigations / training projects and gifts and grants.
Evaluates all incoming proposed protocols for completeness and compliance with federal and state regulations as well as institutional guidelines.
Notifies principal investigator when protocols are approved, and serves as an advisor regarding all aspects of research as far as limits, restrictions, funding availability, reporting requirements, etc.
Responsible for the management of all gifts of money, endowments, supplies, equipment, and service donated by individuals, independent corporations, universities and non profit organizations in support of education, training, and research at the medical center.
Responsible for requesting and obligating research funding. Budgets money spent and oversees of obligation record for reimbursement. Responsible for ensuring that money for expense and investment equipment is obligated in a timely manner.
Requests, complies, and analyzes data to track status of research protocols, monitor patient participation, monitor gifts and grants, and develop special and periodic reports required under policies, to the Air Force Surgeon General’s Office, or in response to requests for information from civilian institutions, etc.
Maintain a safe workplace ensuring that he/she is aware of and observes appropriate safety and occupational health rules and regulations. Employee is required to attend safety training relative to his/her position and report any infractions of safety procedures to the facility Safety Officer.
Performs light duties and other related duties as required and assigned.
Bachelor’s degree preferred; Associate’s degree minimum.
Must have current Human Subject Research Protection training or be able to acquire it shortly after award.
Must have current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.
Knowledge and experience with electronic IRB processes is preferred.
Experience with Air Force (or military service) specific human clinical research
protocols and guidelines.
Knowledge of and experience with IRB policies regarding human experimentation, emergency protocols, and adverse events.
Proficiency with Windows based computer programs including Microsoft Office and the ability to conduct data entry in Access, Excel or related databases.
Must be competent in organizational and communication skills in order to maintain documents and communicate effectively with clinical staff and patients.
Familiarity and/or experience in a research environment preferred but not required.
Ability to maintain accurate tracking records
Must be able to work independently following a brief period of specific technical training.
Qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Candidates for positions under ClinicalRM’s contracts with the Department of Defense (DoD) will be required to pass one or more background/security investigations conducted by the DoD, U.S. Army, or other Federal Government agency. Such investigations may include criminal records and credit history checks.
ClinicalRM is an Affirmative Action-Equal Opportunity Employer
“NorthCoast 99” Best Places to Work recipient
ClinicalRM is a Contract Research Organization supporting government and commercial clinical research for biologics, drugs, and devices.