This clinical research coordinator (CRC) position may provide study coordination for multiple clinical research studies of any complexity. Coordinator experience and mastery of all job duties from the CRC-Associate position on the Michigan Medicine CRC Career Ladder is required. This position should begin to serve on various clinical research committees at the University level. This position demonstrates advanced skills and knowledge along with the ability to support, guide, train, and demonstrate the implementation of study related activities. This position applies critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills across a wide variety of clinical studies. This position contributes to the development of new processes, procedures, and tools to enhance clinical research activities across the competency domains and conducts quality assurance/quality control checks on their work. This level of CRC continues to build on their competency foundation by making greater investments in their ongoing continuing education and professional development. Key behavioral competency descriptors include: Design, demonstrate, develop, guide, and support.
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What Benefits can you Look Forward to?
- Excellent medical, dental and vision coverage effective on your very first day
- 2:1 Match on retirement savings
- Independently maintain regulatory binders of assigned studies
- Patient recruitment, screening and consent. Patient Scheduling and visits.
- Data Collection and EDC entry
- Monitoring Visits
- Maintain current training required for all study members in assigned studies,
- Complete IRB submissions both for currently assigned studies and to promote futures studies.
- Collection and handling of bio-specimens
Contribute to the development of process and tools in all 8 competency domains is expected:
- Scientific Concepts and Research Design
- Ethical Participant Safety Considerations
- Investigational Products Development and Regulation
- Clinical Study Operations (GCPs)
- Study and Site Management
- Data Management and Informatics
- Leadership and Professionalism
- Communication and Teamwork
Supervision Received: This position reports directly to Angela Westover CRC - Lead, but supervision is also provided by the PI of each assigned protocol.
Supervision Exercised: Candidate is expected to take the lead role of multiple studies and can provide functional supervision (likely in limited capacity such as training) of staff in titles within the CRC Career Ladder and to other department CRC’s
- Bachelor's degree in Health Science or an equivalent combination of related education and experience is necessary.
- Certification is required through Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) as a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) or Society of Clinical Research Association (SOCRA) as a Certified Clinical Research Professionals (CCRP) and must be achieved by 01/01/24. After 01/01/24, certification is required within six months of date of hire.
- Minimum 3 years of directly related experience in clinical research and clinical trials is necessary.
- 6+ years of direct related experience.
This position requires employee to be on -site. Hours will typically reflect a standard day shift from 8:00 to 4:30 M-F, but some flexibility will be expected as the team will need to cover tasks that may fall on weekends or outside of standard day shift hours.
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