The Department of Surgery’s Center for Healthcare Outcomes and Policy is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator who will work with multiple principal investigators and other research team members in accurately and efficiently carrying out a range of tasks associated with a variety of clinical research studies.
- Collaborate with principal investigator(s) to conduct high quality research; maintain knowledge of specific study and regulatory guidelines to help ensure compliance.
- Participate in the development and implementation of new research projects.
- Participate in the coordination and advancement of existing research projects.
- Complete protocols for conducting research involving human subjects.
- Manage project data, including collection and storage, and assure data consistency/security.
- Conduct scientific literature searches, including abstracting data from published sources, summarizing articles, and maintaining a bibliographic database.
- Assist in data analysis and interpretation of data findings.
- Write, edit, and disseminate research reports, technical reports, academic papers and research presentations in cooperation with research team.
- Contribute to research grant submissions to federal and nonfederal funding agencies.
- Assist in preparing progress and final reports.
- Possible opportunities to present research findings at local, regional and/or national meetings.
- Supervise, orient, coordinate and manage other members of the research team including graduate students, research fellows and other trainees.
- Coordinate communications with research team members.
- Prepare materials for research team meetings and summarize meeting notes.
- Manage budgets and assure deadlines are met.
- Bachelor’s Degree
- 4-5 years of experience in a related field
- Minimum of two years of experience in conducting outcomes, health services or clinical research. Experience managing multidisciplinary research teams.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Detail oriented with strong interpersonal, organizational and management skills critical
- Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint are required.
- Ability to plan, organize, lead and manage projects within deadline and budget parameters and achieve measurable results.
- Ability to take responsibility to meet deadlines and initiate tasks without close supervision.
- Ability to balance and prioritize multiple responsibilities effectively.
Master's Degree strongly preferred; degree in public health, clinical investigation, or related field preferred. Graduate level statistics study desirable.
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