A Clinical Research Coordinator I (CRC) performs increasingly complex tasks to facilitate cancer clinical research. Such responsibilities may include new study preparation, the creation of study budgets, subject screening and recruitment, informed consent, subject history, adverse events, concomitant medication review, regulatory document filing, preparation for study monitor visits, test article (TA) handling, completion of case report forms, maintenance of source documents, proper standard or research billing, and ensuring site quality.
Subject care requirements may include appointment scheduling, records review, treatment coordination, collecting vital signs, subject health assessment, and telephone triage/screening. The CRC may also perform phlebotomy, specimen processing and participate in process improvement events as necessary.
Requires good medical knowledge including medical terminology, and basic subject care. May require phlebotomy skills and the ability to operate centrifuges and EKG machines. Prefer higher education or vocational training specializing in healthcare.
Minimum one year of full-time related experience. May require Healthcare Assistant Certificate or other specialized training. Previous experience in cancer clinical research is a plus.