This position is under the supervision of Wayne Clark, MD. The Oregon Stroke Center Clinical Research Coordinator is responsible for services including the initiation and maintenance of vascular neurology clinical research studies, study patient visits, data entry, and monitoring of study compliance relating to the human subjects committee, the federal government and study sponsors. Other responsibilities include: coordinating care for patients enrolled in multiple clinical research protocols; submitting and maintaining protocols with the Institutional Review Boards at OHSU and local and statewide sites participating in the stroke hospital network; maintenance of regulatory documentation; Acute Stroke call coverage for after-hours study enrollments. Clinical research experience preferred. Higher pay accommodations will be considered for applicants with RN qualifications.
Bachelor's degree with major courses in field of research and 1 to 3 years of relevant experience, OR Associate's degree/RN and 3 years of relevant experience
Strong interpersonal skills
Commitment to working in a team environment
Excellent written and verbal skills
Highly organized and able to work independently
RN qualifications preferred
Clinical research coordinator experience
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