Position: Clinical Trial Coordinator
Location: Hybrid (2 days on site)
Duration: 6 months with full-time possibility after
Our client is looking for a Clinical Trial Coordinator to be a part of the trial operations team, tasked with ensuring that each project is completed in compliance with the trial protocol, good clinical practice, regulatory requirements, and to sponsor/TIMI standards. Working independently and under general supervision, the Clinical Trial Coordinator will support one or more clinical trials and will be responsible for assigned administrative day-to-day project activities.
- Bachelor’s degree and 1 to 2 years of research-related work experience
- Familiarity with EDC and CTMS systems preferred
- Detail oriented, strong organizational skills, customer service oriented, proficiency in MS Office products, strong written and verbal communication, ability to multi-task.
- Familiarity with drug development, clinical research processes and documentation, (study start up, maintenance phase, and study close out procedures) preferred but not required
- Identify and initiate communications with sites to obtain all relevant documents for project/trial.
- Manage 30+ clinical trial sites for the duration of the trial – start up to close out.
- Collect and review the site’s essential regulatory documents for completeness prior to submitting to Regulatory for final review and/or approval.
- Advise research sites on protocol conduct, interpretation of protocol, and ensure resolution of issues.
- Evaluate the quality and timeliness of data entry, issue, track and resolve queries, implement corrective action plans as needed.
- Identify issues/trends that require escalation to management and provide input to resolution as appropriate.
- Update and maintain internal databases, tracking systems, project plans, and study files.
- Prepare presentation materials for internal and external meetings. Draft meeting agendas and minutes.
- Work with Project Manager to support trial processes and distribution of information and reports to monitors in both North America and internationally.
- Facilitate the implementation and ongoing process improvement of established policies and procedures for department/project/trial. Comply with applicable SOPs.
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