Because at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital, we're committed to providing superior pediatric care with the most advanced innovations in medical technology. We offer cutting-edge research, education for physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals; and a family-friendly environment.
Some amazing kids are counting on you! Join our team as:
Lead Clinical Research Coordinator- Stem Cell, Congenital Heart Disease Full-time Day Shift
The Heart Center: A Unique Setting with an Unparalleled Team This is your opportunity to use all of your skills within a transformative environment and be part of a world-class team. In this vital role, you will work closely with accomplished faculty who are highly motivated to advance research for children with congenital heart disease. The Heart Center features a broad portfolio of open studies, including investigator-initiated studies and multicenter group studies, as well as industry sponsors. You will have the opportunity to lead subject recruitment, regulatory and data responsibilities for our center and assist in the guidance of other centers. Collaborating with the PI while functioning independently, your responsibilities may include:
Taking accountability for the complete coordination of assigned clinical research activities and supervising an associated study staff.
Conducting study start-up activities and preparing and maintaining all regulatory documents required by the sponsor and/or regulatory agencies.
Preparing protocols, informed consent documents, modifications, renewals and other necessary documents for review by the IRB and/or sponsor.
Coordinating study conduct with other departments to effectively implement clinical research projects; obtaining required letters of support and/or approvals (i.e., IBC and SRC); and ensuring that protocol is followed.
Identifying and recruiting eligible study subjects; and conducting informed consent/assent process.
Conducting site qualifications, study initiation, monitoring and/or close-out visits.
Abstracting data from medical records and entering medical information/data onto protocol-specific case report forms, study flow sheets, and other required study forms; and preparing abstracted/coded data for processing/analysis.
Creating and/or updating case report forms and/or source document templates.
Coordinating multiple and/or more complex clinical research protocols.
Assisting in the preparation of budgets and fund management.
Assisting in the conduct of statistical analysis.
Functioning as a mentor/resource to other CRPs.
Building codebooks for data dictionaries.
Leading the development, implementation and evaluation of multiple or complex clinical research studies.
Performing independent statistical analysis of clinical research data at a basic level or working with study statistician on analysis (SPSS, SAS, Stata).
Preparing manuscripts for publication and other presentations.
Bachelor's degree with five or years of clinical research experience required.
Leadership experience preferred.
Strong analytical, organizational, and customer service skills essential.
Strong verbal and written communication skills essential to addressing large and diverse audiences a must.
Demonstrated working knowledge of regulatory practices required.
Certification as a Clinical Research Professional (SOCRA) or Clinical Research Coordinator (ACRP) required.
Proficiency with advanced Excel formulas, including VLOOKUP and COUNTIF/IF, and pivot tables essential.
Emergency medicine experience a plus.
We also currently have opportunities for Clinical Research Coordinator II & III to join us in areas such as:
Neurology/Oncology •General Oncology •Critical Care
A Bachelor's degree an 1 year of research experience is required. To learn more about these opportunities, please visit our career site at: luriechildrens.org/careers
Enjoy our highly competitive compensation and rewards package! To learn more about the Lead Clinical Research Coordinator positions and apply, please visit: Lead Coordinator