The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) will assist the Principal Investigator in the conduct all aspects of the clinical trial, including regulatory tasks, under the direct supervision of the Clinical Research Manager and affiliated Director. The CRC provides operational support in the management of patients accrued to multiple research protocols to assure subjects safety and regulatory compliance. The CRC is responsible for the compilation, registration and submission of data, monitoring compliance with the protocol, Standard Operating Procedures and all applicable regulations and guidelines and ensuring effective data flow associated with research protocols.
AS Degree in Science, Healthcare, or a related field. Applicant must be willing to obtain a research related certification within a year of employment.
Minimum: Must possess strong problem solving, analytical skills and process management skills. Must possess strong planning, organizational and project management skills, interpersonal and oral/written communication skills. Requires attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple priorities. Ability to work without close supervision or guidance and to exercise independent judgment.
Preferred: Two to three years of experience in clinical research to include healthcare compliance, research auditing, monitoring standards, or related experience.
Knowledge of federal and state laws governing research preferred.
Knowledge and understanding of both CPT and ICD-10 codes preferred.
Experience with medical record documentation review for accuracy, and compliance with all laws, rules, policies and procedures preferred.
AHA Basic Life Support (BLS) certification within 90 days of hire into position.
Employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an applicant’s or employee’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or any other legally protected status. Tenet will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship.