TIME Clinical Research Coordinator
Updated on 6/7/2023
Cincinnati, OH, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
  • Candidate must have a Bachelor's degree in science or health related field
  • 2+ years of work as a clinical research coordinator in an oncology setting
  • CCRC preferable
  • Strong planning and project management skills, with the ability to set goals and prioritize/manage multiple projects and tasks
  • Excellent organization and communication skills with high attention to detail
  • Knowledge of current FDA regulations, and Good Clinical Practices (GCP's) governing clinical research and HIPAA
  • Proficient in the use of MS Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Understanding of study start up and trial activation
  • Educate and provide updates to providers and research staff regarding available TIME Trials and enrollment status
  • Manage rapid study activations for just-in-time trials and oversee activities including but not limited to: collect and submit documents needed to initiate the study, prepare IRB submission, schedule SIV, organize and work with necessary hospital staff to complete all study related training
  • Recruit and screen potential study participants and perform intake assessments for assigned trials
  • Coordinate all study visits and assist PI with completion of trial activities including but not limited to: schedule participant visits, coordinate participant travel and meals, participant dosing and observation, scheduling and other evaluations, AE monitoring, vitals collection, and IVRS management
  • Manage the inventory of equipment and supplies related to assigned trials
  • Collect, process, and ship specimens
  • Input data and patient information into electronic systems
  • Ensure compliance with research protocols by providing ongoing quality control audits
  • Collaborate with the research pharmacist to perform drug accountability, compliance and dosing
  • Create and maintain study files including regulatory binders, source documentation and other materials
  • Professional communication with sponsors, representatives and other study related parties
  • Schedule and handle monitoring visits and/or trial audits, including but not limited to: coordinate with CRO/monitor, schedule time for the CRO/monitor to meet with PI, pharmacist, and other applicable staff, respond to data queries, document deviations with CRO and CIRB as applicable
  • Participate in molecular tumor boards and/or regular physician meetings to review patient cases related to TIME Trials
  • Other duties as assigned

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