The Clinical Transplant Research Initiative in the Department of Surgery is seeking an individual for the position of Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) who will report directly to the Associate Director of the Transplant Clinical Research Center. The main role of the CRC will be to operate & maintain the day-to-day operational duties of their assigned clinical trials and clinical research study database.
Clearly and effectively communicate with potential study subjects, clinicians, and other health care providers, ancillary staff, sponsors, and research office staff.
Complete and maintain the required training for participation in clinical research, including but not limited to, Human Subjects Protection training and Clinical Research Coordinator Course.
Work with regulatory coordinator in submitting new protocols, amendment, renewals and other regulatory bodies
Work with Program Coordinator in preparation of study budget, submitting pharmacy cost estimates, ensuring compliance with research billing and processing stipends for subject's participation in studies.
Coordinate day-to-day aspect of study relayed procedures, including, but not limited to scheduling visits and procedures, data entry, preparation for research visits, research visit documentation, maintenance of regulatory binders and study files, creation and/or maintenance of source documentation, and preparation for monitoring visits, site initiation/closeout visits and audits as needed.
Rotate in an "on call" system for studies where reach procedures are required on weekends or after hours.
Prepare for, participate in, and contribute to meetings with the TCRC, PIs, and sponsors.
Requires a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in education and experience
Minimum related experience:
Two years of related experience
Experience with statistical analysis programs (ie. SAS, SPSS, STATA) is preferred.
Working knowledge of MS Office, specifically Word and Excel is required.
Experience with statistical analysis programs (ie. SAS, SPSS, STATA) .
Intermediate MS Office skills.
Must be able to successfully complete systems training requirements.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 510873
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