Opportunities for cancer patients to enroll in clinical trials within the Cancer Center, at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, are increasing. In order to meet the needs of our patients, the Cancer Center's Office of Clinical Research (CC OCR) is looking for Clinical Research Coordinators-Non-licensed (CRC-NL) to assist with the coordination and management of clinical trials in cancer.
The incumbent works with the Principal Investigator, human subjects, IRB, University and the company and/or government sponsor to ensure smooth, accurate progress of clinical trials from the planning stage through trial completion and post-study closure. Duties include budget preparation and support of financial accountability, coordination of subject recruitment and consent, supervision of the scheduling of study procedures and research visits, and collection of study data. Position also collects specimens and monitors subjects, provides quality assurance and regulatory maintenance for studies, and may assist in the reporting of test results.
To be considered for the Clinical Research Coordinator, Non-licensed, position, qualified applicants must have a Bachelor's degree and at least one year of applicable experience. Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) and/or Clinical Research Associate (CCRA) certification and at least four years of additional professional experience may be considered in place of degree.
The Cancer Center plans to hire multiple CRCs. Salary will depend on qualifications and experience.
This is a restriction position and is contingent upon the continuation of funding.
This position will remain posted until filled.
To apply for this position, please complete an application online and attach a cover letter, resume/CV, and contact information for three references.
For information related to this posting, please contact Heather Lothamer at 434-924-9924 or email@example.com.
Clinical Research Coordinators, Non-Licensed, work closely with study subjects and other research staff and are involved in most steps of the research trial process. They function under the Principal Investigator's medical license and cannot perform any tasks that by state or local law require a medical license to perform. They work independently and have the authority to adapt methods and procedures to meet the needs of the clinical trial. They are focused on the long term goals of clinical research trial and process.
Internal Number: R0001288
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