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New Clinical Research Coordinator are available in Chapel Hill, NC 27599 with University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Motivated candidates with excellent interpersonal skills are encouraged to apply.
Job: Clinical Research Coordinator
Company: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Location: Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Permanent Staff (SHRA)
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Soc/Clin Research Assistant – Journey
Clinical Research Coordinator
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Salary Grade Equivalent
If time-limited, estimated duration of appointment
Hours per week
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. *Hours may vary based on the needs of projects assigned
Department Name and Number
Gastroint Biology and Dis Ctr-429001
Date First Posted
Chapel Hill, NC
Position Posting Category
Position Summary Information
The Center for Gastrointestinal Biology and Disease (CGIBD) is the stand-alone research department serving investigators who have an interest in digestive disease research. While it is common among departments and divisions of the Department of Medicine to have some sponsored programs, the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology is unique in that nearly every faculty member has funded research or clinical trials. There are, moreover, a number of researchers in other departments (particularly Cell and Molecular Biology, Surgery, Pediatrics) whose principle research areas are in digestive diseases and who work closely with the Center. The Center also maintains strong collaborative ties with digestive disease researchers at Duke and NCSU.
Because of the strong interest in research, the CGIBD also maintains a very large research training program. Included in this program are training grant programs plus a host of faculty development awards from federal and private sources.
The goals of the CGIBD are to promote research and collaboration in digestive diseases, to maintain a research training program such to provide digestive disease researchers for the future, to initiate and maintain outreach programs that serve the digestive disease research community and serve as a focus for solicitation of funds for digestive disease research and training.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
The primary purpose of the position is to manage the daily and long-term operations of several major research projects. The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) will coordinate anywhere from one to six research studies concurrently. These studies focus on gastrointestinal conditions and include treatment, drug, and medical device trials, patient registries, and various other studies. The CRC reports to the supervisor for instruction and supervision. The position requires the planning, organizing, implementation, and evaluation of activities to bring research projects successfully to their completion. Duties include managing studies from start-up through closeout and may include obtaining and maintaining IRB approval, screening and identifying study subjects, recruiting study subjects and obtaining informed consent, collecting and processing human biological specimens, collecting and entering data, responding to data queries, and facilitating monitoring visits.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
Bachelor’s degree; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Essential Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
Candidate must have excellent attention to detail and communication skills (written and oral). Candidate must have the ability to screen and recruit study participants and determine if the subjects meet the inclusionary/exclusionary criteria for a specific research study. Candidate must have the ability to independently manage regulatory documents and submissions. Candidate must be able to collect and process biopsies and specimens such as blood, urine, stool and saliva. Candidate must have the ability to perform data entry and quality assurance for study bookkeeping, including data forms and databases. Candidate must have the ability to correspond with funding agencies regarding grants and budgets. Candidate must have the ability to lead and update the exchange of research information through conversation, instruction, and demonstration with the investigators and others. Candidate must have the ability to contribute to the preparation of publications, reports, and other presentations of compiled study results.
This position requires the ability to arrive at work before regular business hours (such as 7am or earlier) and stay after regular business hours (evenings such as 6pm or later) as necessary to perform duties of the position. It is expected the candidate has a schedule that can accommodate these hours when necessary.
Prior experience coordinating investigational drug or device clinical trials.
Prior working experience with institutional review board (IRB) submissions
Special Physical and Mental Requirements
Clinic – UNCH or ACC, Evening work occasionally, Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens, Exposure to Hazardous Materials