University of Massachusetts Medical School

  • Coord,Clinical Research I

    Minimum Salary US-MA-Worcester
    Job Location 1 month ago(3/12/2018 4:50 PM)
    Requisition Number
    2018-30607
    # of Openings
    1
    Posted Date
    Day
    Shift
    Exempt
    Exempt/Non-Exempt Status
    Non Union Position -W60- Non Unit Professional
  • Overview

     

    The University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMASS Medical) is a group of diverse businesses that make a significant contribution and impact in higher education, medical research, healthcare consulting/delivery and biotechnology throughout the commonwealth and the world. 

      

    GENERAL SUMMARY OF POSITION:

    Under the direction of the Principle Investigator or designee, the Clinical Research Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of collection and management of data for complex treatment, ancillary, and prevention protocols regulated by the FDA or DHHS, and sponsored by federal agencies, foundations, industrial sponsors or UMass Medical School in support of clinical trials.

     

     

    Responsibilities

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Participate in the development of protocol specific tools, (e.g., treatment data and/or therapeutic checklists) to aid with data submission 
    • Extract and transcribe treatment data from hospital and clinical records required to complete study patient’s record and sponsor’s case report forms.  Monitors quality and timelines of data submissions
    • Monitor status of all studies in database and ensures that all patient data (on-study and follow-up) are submitted, and respond to data queries from sponsoring organization, in a timely manner
    • Track and maintain accurate data of studies, accrual, and patient status activity in database
    • Maintain effective working relationships with research nurses and investigators participating in the study 
    • Monitor strict adherence to protocols.  Assure that cases are being finalized and reviewed by appropriate clinician 
    • Review protocol requirements with physicians and research nurses.  Identify and resolve issues with protocol compliance.  Keep principal investigator and research nurse aware of any issues on compliance
    • Ensure that protocol document has current amendments. Inform staff and updates database
    • Provide data to study investigators as requested and submits data for analysis. Run quality control checks on data prior to transfer
    • Serves as a resource to physician and nurses to locate information for special reports and treatment decisions
    • Adheres to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines and all human subject protection practices
    • Participate in all office staff meetings.  Present current status of studies assigned
    • Participate in regularly held Protocol Review Committee meetings
    • Participate in the documenting work procedures specific to new studies
    • Perform other duties as required.

     

     

    Qualifications

    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or health care field, or equivalent experience. 
    • 1-3 years experience in on-study data management and data collection in a research organization.
    • Ability to read and understand complex protocols. 
    • Excellent computer skills including: proficiency in word processing; proficiency in relational databases.
    • High degree or organizational and analytical ability to manage data collection and protocol adherence.
    • Excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills
    • Good writing skills with the ability to compose correspondence

                                                                                                                                                   

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED

    Under the direction of the Principle Investigator or designee

     

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED: 

    None

     

    ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING CONDITIONS:

    Usual office environment, laboratory, medical, surgical, and off campus study sites

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