Clinical Research Coordinator II-III

Employment Type
Regular Full-Time
Requisition number
1697
Department
Clinical Research
Location
Seattle

Overview

A Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) II-III is a senior-level coordinator that works under the supervision of the Clinical Research Program Manager and is responsible for a portfolio of complex interventional clinical protocols. The CRC II-III will facilitate the planning, coordination, and implementation of Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP) and industry-sponsored studies involving human subjects. The CRC II-III will have daily interaction with PI, study staff, pharmaceutical sponsors, physicians, and other health care personnel as part of a cross-functional team working within Virginia Mason Medical Center and Benaroya Research Institute. The incumbent will be required to perform responsibilities with high level of independence.

Responsibilities

  • New study start-up
  • Subject screening and recruitment
  • Informed consent
  • Subject history
  • Adverse events
  • Concomitant medication review
  • Regulatory document filing
  • Preparation for study monitor visits
  • TA handling
  • Completion of case report forms
  • Maintenance and development of source documents
  • Eligibility verification
  • Proper standard or research billing
  • Ensuring site quality and PI oversight documentation
  • New coordinator and RA training and mentoring
  • Audit preparation and participation

Subject care requirements may include:

  • Appointment scheduling
  • Visit preparation including ensuring labs and IP ordered appropriately
  • Records review
  • Treatment coordination
  • Collecting vital signs
  • Subject health assessment
  • Telephone triage/screening
  • Provide guidance mentorship or supervision of a Research Assistant or CRC I & II; experience in leadership is a plus.

Requirements

  • Two years of direct coordinator experience in clinical research is required.
  • A Bachelor’s degree and ACRP or SOCRA Certification is strongly preferred.
  • May substitute a Masters in Clinical Research or MD for two years professional work experience within clinical research.
  • Experience in oncology is preferred; knowledge of or experience in a variety of cancers is beneficial.
  • Professional work experience in direct patient care and/or work with vulnerable populations is also highly desirable, for example experience in medical assistance, nursing, or similar.
  • Ability to understand the science and pathophysiology of cancer and cancer treatment (both standard of care and experimental) is needed.
    Possess superior communication skills, precise attention to detail, ability to problem solve and to prioritize multiple competing tasks in a dynamic environment. 
  • Must have a collaborative focus; flexibility, ability to work independently, excellent organizational skills, and proficiency in MS office.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.

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