New England Cancer Specialists Research Coordinator in Scarborough, Maine
New England Cancer Specialists has an opportunity in our Scarborough, Maine office for an Oncology Clinical Research Coordinator. Work within a dedicated Clinical Research Department in an outpatient medical oncology setting to provide professional research and study services in support of specific research protocols. This position will assist in the screening, recruiting, and treatment of volunteer subjects in accordance with the study protocol and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines. This will include involvement in study and practice management, coordination with study sponsors and monitors, and maintaining regulatory documentation. Job skills to include:
Utilize current knowledge of GCP guidelines including protection of human subjects to conduct clinical trials at the Practice.
Oversee planning, scheduling and implementation of day-to-day clinical activities and procedures as they relate to research protocols.
Assist in recruiting, screening, enrollment and retention of volunteer patients.
Conduct patient informed consenting per GCP guidelines and document in the electronic health record.
Ensure clinical activities are performed in accordance with the protocol and within clinical procedure safety standards.
Monitor and record patient response to treatment and communicate study data and results in a timely manner. Maintain source documentation and oversee study activity reports to sponsors and medical, legal and regulatory bodies.
Develop and coordinate maintenance of records on medication dispensation and usage during the course of the study
Ensure confidentiality of patient records and data per HIPAA compliance requirements.
Prepare for all monitoring visits by ensuring that all documents are filed and organized as well as resolving all previous outstanding data queries or regulatory issues.
Coordinate and prepare for institutional, sponsor, and internal audits.
May oversee and guide the work of other nursing and/or support staff engaged in study activities.
Perform miscellaneous, job-related activities as assigned.
Occasional travel to our Brunswick and Kennebunk offices is necessary.
Are you ready to see your contributions make a real difference? Make a change and come to work for New England Cancer Specialists! You'll join a professional team and be part of a growing and progressive oncology practice. We are committed to providing the best patient care in Maine and to the communities we are part of. If you are ready to take on a new challenge-we want to talk to you!
Education and/or Experience
GCP and Human Subjects Protection certification preferred.
Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) or Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP) certification preferred
Oncology Research experience preferred.
Must be extremely detail oriented.
Ability to communicate effectively with patients, physicians and staff
Must be able to manage competing demands.
Exhibits objectivity and openness to others' views.
Listens and responds to patient needs.
Adapts communication to meet patient needs.
From: New England Cancer Specialists