The Sr. Clinical Research Coordinator reports to, and is directly responsible to, the Research Director for all clinical research matters in the Emergency Medicine Department Research. The Emergency Medicine Department Research (EMDR) area is a multidisciplinary research organization whose goal is to promote and enhance emergency, trauma and critical care research and patient care at UC Irvine. The EMDR provides resources to its members engaged in both investigator initiated and clinical trial research and offers infrastructural and coordination resources to collaborating multidisciplinary UCI departments. The Sr. CRC supervises the day-to day management of all research protocols, regulatory, compliance and coordination requirements for clinical research within the EMDR and collaborating department protocols administered through the ED. Assists the Research Director with the EMDR clinical trial portfolio management and establishing departmental research goals. Primary responsibility of initiating, overseeing and achieving operational goals and objectives for clinical trials and research in the EMDR. Responsible for independently coordinating and managing regulations and compliance for all ED and collaborating trials including Investigator initiated, government funded, exempt, multi-centered, sponsored and clinical trials. The Sr. CRC is responsible for supervising and training coordinators and assistant coordinators for the screening, enrollment, implementation and maintenance of EMDR clinical trials. The Sr. CRC will be directly responsible for management of EMDR research coordinator staff. The supervisory role is composed of staffing, work assignment, leading staff training and development, and daily operational duties. The Sr. CRC is responsible to train personnel in basic research principles including consent procedures, protocol implementation, protocol compliance and responsible clinical practices. Protocol specific training on research activities, data collection, procedures and regulatory management. Training and supervision of EMRAP coordinators assigned to active clinical trials or research administrative duties.
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Salary: Monthly $5,450.00 - $6,850.00 Total Hours: 8-5, M-F Career Position. Final candidate subject to background check. As a federal contractor, UC Irvine is required to use E-Verify to confirm the work status of individuals assigned to perform substantial work under certain federal contracts/subcontracts. Please attach your resume.
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