We’re looking for individuals who are driven to join us in our mission to champion the special health needs of children and their families. Who want to be part of something bigger. Who want to grow, innovate and improve. Who want to make Children's Minnesota an even better place tomorrow.
We believe our well coordinated clinical care contributes to our outcomes that are among the best in the country. Work as part of team that includes Cancer and Blood Disorder physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nursing, social work, physical therapy, nutrition, child life, clinic assistants and researchers.
The department at Children's of Minnesota provides care for children of all ages with all types of malignancies including brain tumors, solid tumors, and leukemia; and blood disorders such as sickle cell disease, bleeding disorders, and anemia. As the largest provider of services for children with cancer and bleeding disorders in the region, the Cancer and Blood Disorders program focuses on providing well-coordinated knowledge-driven clinical care. We participate in national and international research and are leaders in research on supportive care and quality of life for children with cancer and bleeding disorders.
The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) serves as the project manager for assigned projects and works directly with the Research Program manager and Clinical Research Associates I & II to coordinate and implement studies. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: * Organize and manage all aspects of assigned research activities and ensure compliance with study protocols and overall clinical research objectives* Contribute methodological and technical expertise in the design, implementation, analysis and reporting of research * Prepare regulatory submissions to the Institutional Review Board, and maintain compliance with all federal and local agencies in accordance with Good Clinical Practice guidelines* Provide support to the preparation and management of grants* Perform budget preparation and management, as needed* Facilitate and manage study-related communications (including, but not limited to communication with investigators, collaborators, regulatory bodies, and site monitors)* Proficiency at Interacting with patients and families for securing informed consent, scheduling research visits, and collection of data* Oversight of data collection and entry processes* Manage personal career development and administrative tasks
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