Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery
Why Mayo Clinic
The Mayo Clinic Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery builds on Mayo's strong history of taking a scientific approach to health care delivery.
Since the early 1900s, Mayo Clinic has been finding innovative ways to make medical practice more efficient and effective. Dr. Henry S. Plummer, one of Mayo's first doctors, is credited with developing several concepts that today are commonplace at medical facilities around the world, such as a single, unified medical record for each patient.
Today in the center, every project is inspired by real-world challenges experienced by patients and health care providers at Mayo Clinic and elsewhere. The foundation of the center's work is an unwavering commitment to creating a high-quality, affordable, seamless patient experience.
Independently directs large, complex, multi-center clinical research protocols/programs in collaboration with the principal investigator and in compliance with regulatory laws and institutional guidelines. In collaboration with the principal investigator, researches, develops, and submits to appropriate agencies the study protocol in support of research programs.
Accurately applies investigators' scientific data into a cohesive format for the protocol document and associated procedures that are consistent with internal and external policies and regulatory requirements. Manages research activities and subject participation including screening, enrollment, and recruitment. Identifies, reviews, and reports adverse events, protocol deviations, or other unanticipated problems appropriately.
Oversees and monitors research data to maintain quality. Performs administrative and regulatory duties related to the study as assigned. Applies statistical/analytical methods to studies and contributes to/authors/co-authors grant applications, abstracts/posters, and manuscripts.
May present research results/abstracts internally and externally. Represents Mayo and principal investigator at meetings and in the administration of research protocols. Educates and serves as an expert resource for other research personnel that may include residents and fellows.
In addition to technical duties above, this position serves as the working supervisor over study coordinators in a program or across multiple programs. Supervisory duties performed will vary based on the percentage of time dedicated to supervision.
This position will work on a wide variety of internal and external sponsored qualitative and quantitative projects as well as pragmatic clinical trials towards transforming the experience of health and health care. Our work combines design methods, knowledge management, big data analysis, health care engineering principles and advanced simulations - to solve challenges for patients, providers and the health care system at large.
The Center's goal is to translate discoveries into evidence-based, actionable treatments, process and procedures. This is a working supervisor position. It is anticipated that the supervisor will have at least 25% of protected time for supervisor duties such as project intake, effort allocation, timecards, performance management, etc.
Master's degree in a relevant field and five years of experience in a clinical research coordinator role or a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field with at least 15 years of experience in a clinical research role, or a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field with at least 15 years of experience in research and a current SOCRA certification.
License or certification
SoCRA or ACRP certification required. Maintenance of certification (membership, dues, etc.) must remain current.
Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. The minimum salary every 2 weeks is approx $2,258.40, based on a full-time position.
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