Rockefeller University Clinical Research Coordinator in New York, New York
Job Title Clinical Research Coordinator
Laboratory / Department Hospital
The Rockefeller University Center for Clinical and Translational Science is devoted to maximizing the bidirectional opportunities for clinical and translational research. Building on Rockefeller University Hospital's illustrious history as the birthplace of American biomedical science and translational research, and funded in part by an NIH Center for Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA), the Center is designed to provide an optimal infrastructure to conduct clinical and translational research and to educate the next generation of physician-scientists committed to patient-oriented research.The Center for Clinical and Translational Science continues Rockefeller University's tradition of focusing on the interface between scientific discovery, human pathophysiology, and novel diagnostic, preventative, and therapeutic strategies to benefit all of humanity.
The Clinical Research Coordinator will assist in leading investigators through the navigation process to develop investigator-initiated protocols. Will help create protocols, consent forms, and other regulatory documents while assessing protocol feasibility and teaching investigators how to formulate electronic IRB submissions. The Clinical Research Coordinator will teach and guide investigative teams on how to conduct/implement research studies while incorporating ICH/GCP principles, including organizing initiation meetings, source documentation development, internal monitoring, adverse event reporting, and conducting participants visits. The Clinical Research Coordinator will advise investigative teams about assessing adverse events, deviations, protocol compliance, new regulations, etc. If the Clinical Research Coordinator is a Nurse Practitioner, they may be responsible for providing written orders of the participant's study visit to the nursing staff, conduct the study visit(s) as the LIP, follow-up with abnormal assessments and lab results, and notify the IRB about serious or unanticipated adverse events and protocol deviations.
Bachelor's degree and CCRC certification required; Master's degree in nursing and Board-Certified Adult or Family NP strongly preferred. Educational emphasis in science or nursing is preferred. Must have a minimum of four years of clinical research coordinator experience, including research related in IND/IDE trials. Working knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and FDA Guidelines and high proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Databases, and spreadsheets) necessary. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must have excellent organizational skills with demonstrated ability to prioritize assignments, maintain workflow, and work productively in meeting critical deadlines.
This job requires that employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Rockefeller University provides reasonable accommodations where legally required including accommodations for medical conditions and sincerely held religious beliefs.
The Rockefeller University is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans