Clinical Research Coordinator
We are looking for a full-time experienced Clinical Research Coordinator to join our team.
Responsibilities will include: Recruiting, screening, and enrolling study patients as well as ensuring patient adherence to study protocol. Dispensing of study drug and drug accountability. Scheduling and conducting patient visits per protocol, including obtaining informed consent. Performing ECGs, collecting blood and urine specimens, taking manual vitals. Processing, packaging and shipping of lab specimens. Issuing and ensuring accuracy of patient diaries. Providing administration of questionnaires. Adverse event reporting. Con med reporting. Managing ancillary study supplies. Timely data entries into electronic data capture (EDC) systems or case report forms (CRFs). Timely resolution of data queries.
The successful candidate must have: At least 1 - 2 years of experience as a Clinical Research Coordinator. Knowledge of surgical medications, including Anesthesia medications. Strong organizational skills. Proven track record of reliability. The ability to work and solve problems independently. Training in GCP. Certified Research Coordinator preferred but not required.
For consideration, please email your cover letter and resume.
Job Type: Full-time
Clinical Research Coordinator: 2 years
Night Shift Registered Nurse
Registered Nurse - Night Shift
Arizona Research Center currently has an opportunity for RN's looking for a Full Time Night position to assist with our clinical research trials. This is a great opportunity for individuals who are looking for a change and wanting to be involved in the pharmaceutical research industry. Essential duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to, performing events according to study protocol, vital signs, ECGs, blood draws, IV placement, written and physical assessments. Clinical experience with assessment skills is necessary and research experience preferred but not required.
Job Type: Full-time
Required license or certification:
Registered Nurse (RN)