Visiting Clinical Research Coordinators
Company: University of Illinois at Chicago
Posted on: February 25, 2021
Visiting Clinical Research Coordinator - Department of
Medicine,Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep, and Allergy
(Breathe Chicago Center) (Job ID #138992) Department: Department of
Medicine/College of Medicine Category: Academic Professional
Location: Chicago Close Date: 11/20/2020 Description: The
Department of Medicine, Division of the Breathe Chicago Center
has--openings for--Visiting Clinical--Research Coordinators.
Duties: Protocol Management
--- Assist in establishing and coordinating the implementation of
protocol priorities and organizational structure.
--- Coordinate the activation and maintenance of clinical
protocols, including review
and completion of submissions, amendments, and adverse event
reports as required
by the UIC Institutional Review Board (IRB), Protocol Review
Committee and grant
--- Review laboratory and clinical procedures and evaluations
regularly to ensure
--- Collect, process & store biological samples; take vitals and
--- Act as liaison between physicians, clinical staff and the UIC
IRB office, grant
sponsors and regulatory agencies to ensure priorities are clearly
resources are allocated appropriately across multiple ongoing
--- Notify and inform physicians, clinical staff, affiliates and
grant sponsors of adverse
events and protocol modifications, including their impact on the
--- Collect and review client evaluations/assessments, surveys, and
interviews to develop reports for the PI and appropriate agencies
sponsors. Evaluate data to determine project effectiveness.
--- Communicate clinical information and work with stakeholders to
create best practice
tools. ---Assist investigators in preparing study data, literature
reviews, analysis for
meeting presentations and publications.
-- Client Enrollment and Protocol Compliance
--- Assist physicians and clinical staff in identification,
recruitment and enrollment
strategies of patients to increase enrollment and to meet clinical
--- Analyze retention rates and formulates plans to retain
--- Coordinate outreach to and liaison with staff at schools,
community events, etc. to make research presentations and recruit
for various research projects.
--- Execute informed consent process and monitor patient status;
into programs, explaining the research protocols to the clients and
family/friends, and obtain appropriate consent forms.
--- Ensure that participant enrollment and research activities
comply with established
protocols, regulatory and monitoring agency--standards, and grant
--- Participate in conducting surveys of participants and
--- Perform other related duties and participate in special
projects as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor degree in nursing,
mental health, psychology, pharmaceutical sciences,
social science, or a related field required.
Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) preferred.
At least one year experience in a clinical research discipline
required. Experience in a
clinical research setting, experience working with Federal
Regulations and IRB's
Prior experience with medical terminology and procedures including
medical records and billing preferred.
Ability to manage multiple tasks. Strong interpersonal and customer
Requires excellent communication, organization, presentation and
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and other related software.
Knowledge of research protocols, principles and procedures;
knowledge of aspects
of clinical trials such as screening, interviewing, case reports
forms; knowledge of
experimental design, mathematics, statistics, computer applications
data management; oral and written communication skills; knowledge
of a science
such as biology or psychology; ability to identify, produce,
organize, evaluate and
interpret data; knowledge of ethics and regulatory procedures (i.e.
IRB applications, data safety and monitoring plans) involved with
clinical trials and
other clinical research; ability to work as a member of a project
team; knowledge of
clinical tasks required for research (e.g. phlebotomy,
The University of Illinois at Chicago is an Equal Opportunity,
Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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