Large educational research institute is seeking Clinical Research Assistants, Regulatory Assistants and Clinical Research Coordinators.
They are working 30-50 subjects at one time
They’ll be in 1 therapeutic area - they have 11 therapeutic areas
They like to promote from within, so if they do well in this role they can get promoted
After 6 months, sent for SOCRA training and they get their certification
They ask that people make a two year commitment if possible
8:30am - 5pm with a 1 hour lunch break and two 15 minute breaks.
They have the ability to flex around the core hours of 10am - 3pm. They just have to work 7.5 hours each day and of course take their lunch. So they could work 10am - 6:30 or as early as 6:30am - 3pm.
Under the direct supervision of the Clinical Trial (Project) Manager and Principal Investigator(s), works closely with treating physician(s), sub-Investigators, clinical research nurses and other study team personnel to execute complex clinical research trials. Support the conduct of clinical trials conducted by the Principal Investigator. Coordinate and participate in a variety of activities associated with the conduct of clinical trials, including, but not limited to abstracting, assembling and organizing clinical research data, compiling and maintaining patient schedules, biological specimens, scans and historical records required for screening and research charts.
Assist the research team by being thoroughly knowledgeable of protocol schemas, schedules and eligibility criteria prior to patient recruitment and enrollment.
Assists in the enrollment of potential trial participants by securing biological specimens and ensuring the scheduling of other procedures that are indicated for the patient to be deemed eligible prior to enrollment.
Coordinate patient/subject care from the recruitment phase through the patient/subject coming off treatment and through the follow up phase. This coordination may require the scheduling of appointments, verifying patient schedules in accordance with protocol schemas, ensuring patients are scheduled to receive study indications and remain on the study as required and mandated via specific protocol criteria.
Confirm patient eligibility and discuss discrepancies with research nurse and physicians.
Enroll study participants by collecting source documentation and using the established sponsor or physician initiated databases required for registration.
Independently develop and communicate the guidelines for the abstraction and collection of clinical data for enrolled study participants from enrollment through long term follow up.
Proven experience working in a Clinical Trials setting and ability to make high-level decisions relating to study.
Working knowledge of medical oncology terminology.
Proven ability to multi-task, maintain confidentiality and manage a broad variety of duties and shifting priorities in a changing environment and to be organized and meticulous with details.
Location: New Haven, CT
Pay: $50-70k, depending on role and experience