Clinical Research Coordinator IUPUI - Indianapolis, IN, US

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Clinical Research Coordinator
The IU Simon Cancer Center s Clinical Trials Office (CTO) offers many opportunities for current employees to promote within quickly and effectively as a result we are continually seeking new staff to fill those voids. CTO offers a wide-range of comps including: work from home options, travel expenses for continuing education, expense coverage for certification exams and membership renewals, and flexible hours all in addition to benefits offered by Indiana University.
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The IUSCC Clinical Trials Office is currently seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC). The CRC will initiate, conduct, complete, and report oncology clinical studies/trials. Coordinate clinical trials and management of the oncology subject on a clinical trial to ensure protocol, regulatory and standard operating procedures (SOP) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) compliance. Develop solutions to complex problems that impact the timely and accurate conduct of clinical research.
Primary responsibilities include:
*Perform subject interviews and assessments (i.e. adverse events and concomitant medications) at study visits for data required by protocol;
*Screen and identify potential subjects from review of protected health information based on protocol eligibility criteria;
*Evaluate protocol, determine staff, facility, and subject population availability;
*Monitor study team compliance with required study procedures and GCP standards;
*Extract data from source documents, complete case report forms, resolve sponsor queries -Review subject SAE information and assist PI in submission and/or determination of SAE.
Bachelor s degree in Science or health-related field plus at least 2 years experience in clinical research; or Associate s degree in Allied Health professions/bachelor s degree in other disciplines plus 3 years experience in clinical research required.
Clinical Research Certification (ARCP or SOCRA) also required.
This position requires excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, and the ability to develop and maintain rapport with professionals, study participants and families. It requires knowledge and understanding of case report forms, research documentation, research methods and study protocols. Must be able to read, understand and communicate complex scientific and clinical information. Ability to work as a team player, maintain accurate and organized records, and work with some level of independence. Strong interpersonal skills and extensive judgment are required to appropriately respond to participants, family and research staff...
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