(ON HOLD) Part-Time Clinical Research Coordinator
Posted on: November 14, 2022
Are you looking for a Part-Time Clinical Research Coordinator
position (20-24 hours/week)? You're in luck! I have short-term /
contract opportunities in the following locations (you are required
to be onsite and work in-person)! Apply today!
- Bloomfield, NJ (Ophthalmology)- Warrenton, VA (Ophthalmology)-
Gurnee, IL (Crohns Disease)- Fort Collins, CO (Multiple Sclerosis)-
Ormond Beach, FL (Multiple Sclerosis)
Title: Part-Time Clinical Research CoordinatorHours of Operation:
M-F; 24 hours/week during normal operating hoursTherapeutic Areas:
Multi-therapeutic drug trialsPay: Up to $30/hour (depending on
Responsibilities:Coordinate all aspects of clinical research
trials, ensures compliance with protocols, ensure regulatory
compliance, liaison with monitors and sponsors, schedule visits for
subjects and communicate effectively with Director of Clinical
Operations /Site Director, Principal Investigators and
Sub-Investigators. Must be able to work independently and handle
Description of Responsibilities:
- Coordinate and participate in protocol assessment and site
preparation for study initiation. Includes the ability to evaluate
protocols for feasibility and recruitment strategies.
- Ensure the safety and welfare of all study subjects
- Recruit subjects for all assigned protocols within timelines
given by Director of Clinical Operations /Site Director Responsible
for knowing target goal for enrollment and enrollment period.
- Schedule and oversee all subject visits on assigned protocols.
Schedule all visits within proper time window as set forth in
assigned protocols. Ensure subject safety in conjunction with
Investigators; communicate and get proper signatures on safety data
in a timely manner.
- Collect and accurately record study data in source documents
and case report forms.
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