The Center for Diabetes Technology seeks a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), Non-Licensed (may consider CRC-Intermediate, Non-Licensed or CRC-Senior, Non-Licensed located in the Fontaine Research Park. Incumbent works closely with human study subjects, other research coordinators, and clinical support staff in the performance of the clinical trials; collects and analyzes clinical research data; prepares appropriate documentation; and ensures compliance with protocol guidelines, adhering to regulatory guidelines.
Incumbent is responsible for maintaining quality management and study documentation of the trial portfolio. They function under the Principal Investigator's medical license and cannot perform any tasks that by state or local law require a medical license to perform. They work independently and have the authority to adapt methods and procedures to meet the needs of the clinical trial.
CRC Non-Licensed position requires Bachelor's degree and at least one year of applicable experience. CCRC and/or (CCRA) certification and at least four years of additional professional experience will be considered in place of degree.
CRC - Intermediate, non-licensed position requires Bachelor's degree with at least four years of clinical research experience.
Related graduate degree may substitute for two years of experience. CRC-Senior, non-licensed position requires Bachelor's degree with at least six years of clinical research experience.
Related graduate degree may substitute for three years of experience. Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) and/or Clinical Research Associate (CCRA) is typically possessed. Required if candidate does not have degree.
Position requires knowledge of clinical research and medical terminology and working knowledge of specific study matter - Type I Diabetes Mellitus patients. Must have excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, as well as the ability to plan and execute tasks; strong organizational skills; the ability to clearly articulate specific information in the area of subject matter expertise.
Must have ability to recruit and screen potential research participants and be able to work independently and as part of a team. Successful candidate will be able to maintain detailed records and manage and analyze confidential data. Knowledge of human subject research ethics, IRB procedures, and electronic study management tools is preferred. The performance of clinical trials may require occasional evening, weekends, and on-call oversight as defined in each study protocol.
This position is restricted and contingent upon the continuation of funding.
University Of Virginia