Clinical Research Coordinator II
Coordinate all clinical research activities with minimal supervision. Perform all Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) Core responsibilities as well as additional responsibilities detailed below for Clinical Research Coordinator II. Assignments to include more complex studies (examples include but are not limited to Multi-Center coordination, studies where subjects at greater risk, therapeutic intervention trials involving procedures such as insulin clamp or organ biopsy, or studies involving subjects with illness being treated with procedures that may result in moderately severe adverse events).
Examples of Work
Job functions are specific duties that would be included in the essential functions of the job description. These functions are not all-inclusive nor do they cover the full extent of the duties performed.
- Manage study finances including sponsor invoicing & resolving study subject billing issues
- Participates in the development and conduct of study billing plans.
- Develop advertisement materials
- Act as liaison for research subject, investigator, IRB, sponsor, and healthcare professionals
- Document investigational product (drug/device) accountability
- Self-monitor and self-audit responsibilities
- Develop informed consent document
- Maintain Clinical Trial.gov /
- Develop Case Report Forms
- Participates in promoting Human Subjects Protections within Clinical Research areas
- Register study in ClinicalTrials.gov database.
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area and two years of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Licensure and Certification
For some positions assigned to this class, special qualifications may be added to the minimum, such as professional registration or certification, or medical credentials.
This position does not typically have supervisory responsibility.
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