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Columbia University Clinical Research Coordinator in New York, New York

  • Requisition no: 513749

  • Work Type: Full Time

  • Location: Campus|Medical Center

  • School/Department: null

  • Categories: Administrative Support,General Administration,Research (Lab and Non-Lab)

Position Summary

The primary responsibility of the Clinical Research Coordinator is to support clinical research involving the Division of Family Planning.

Responsibilities

  • Completion of GCP, HIPPA and applicable regulatory training

  • Complete certification requirements for assigned protocols

  • Screen designated schedules or patient lists for eligible subjects

  • Approach and verify eligibility subjects

  • Enroll and consent eligible subjects

  • Complete research study visits as delineated in assigned protocol and manual of operations set forth by sponsor and supervisor.

  • Complete Telephone follow-up and telephone reminder calls for study participants,during these phone calls the person will need to administer study questionnaire as assigned

  • Coordinate the collection of all research data points as assigned, whether through research visits, chart abstraction or telephone.

  • Scheduling of research visits

  • Processing, transporting and shipping of biological specimens as assigned and by steps delineated in the protocol or manual of operations.

  • Completion study documents and files some examples might include case report forms, worksheets and medical record notes.

  • Maintain confidentiality of documents and files such as HIPAA.

  • Informing relevant clinical staff regarding subject protocol participation.

  • Assist in other research related activities and projects as needed

  • Regular collaboration with the PI and other research staff

  • Data management

Minimum Qualifications

  • Requires a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus two years of related experience.

  • Experience in a patient care setting

  • Knowledge of medical terminology and procedures specifically related to reproductive health and contraception is required

  • Excellent interpersonal, written/oral communication, and organizational skills are required

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office

  • Complete proficiency in written and spoken English

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bilingual English/Spanish is highly preferred

  • Phlebotomy certificate is a plus

  • Knowledge of statistical software such as SAS, SPSS, etc. is a plus

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