Clinical Research Coordinator II - MAST ProgramRequisition # 20002715 Apply Now
The Medically Associated Science and Technology (MAST) program at Medical Center is dedicated to the development of novel drugs and devices to diagnose and treat patients. This innovative program is working to develop new diagnostics and therapeutics to treat patients with illnesses related to imbalances or alterations in the microbiome. Over the last 20 years, the MAST team has made many discoveries that benefit millions of patients, and we hope to help millions more with our growing fleet of novel diagnostics and therapeutics.
As a Clinical Research Coordinator II (CRC II) in MAST, you will work independently to provide study coordination including screening of potential research participants for protocol eligibility, presenting non-medical trial concepts and details, and participating in the informed consent process.
Research is focused on associates between acute gastroenteritis and disruption of gut flora, impairment of GI tract motility, and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in the pathophysiology of irritable bowel syndrome. There is a strong focus on clinical and translational research. Projects may include, but are not limited to invetigator-initiated protocol development including protocol writing, case report form development, budget development, and coordination of departmental research committees.
Additional Job Duties & Responsibilities:
- Responsible for accurate and timely source documents, data collection, documentation, entry, and reporting including timely response to sponsor queries.
- Responsible for compiling and reporting on each study including information related to protocol activity, accrual data, workload, and other research information; presents this information at regular research staff meetings.
- May plan and coordinate strategies for increasing research participant enrollment, improving efficiency, training of personnel, or identifying new research opportunities.
- Ensures compliance with all federal and local agencies including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and local Institutional Review Board (IRB).
- Communicates project status and improvement areas with leadership in a timely manner.
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- Bachelor of Arts or Sciences degree
- California Certified Phlebotomy Technician I or Certified Phlebotomy Technician II certification, or a valid California Nursing License
- ACRP/SoCRA (or equivalent) certification preferred
- Four (4) years of directly related experience minimum
- Able to perform moderate lifting.
- Able to sit, stand and walk for prolonged periods of time.
- Able to read papers and online documents.
- Able to operate standard office equipment.
- Able to exercise physical ability and perspective acuity to satisfactorily perform essential job functions.
- Working Title: Clinical Research Coordinator II - MAST Program
- Department: Home Dept - Medicine Research
- Business Entity: Academic / Research
- City: Los Angeles
- Job Category: Academic/Research
- Job Specialty: Research Studies/Clinical Trials
- Position Type: Full-time
- Shift Length: 8 hour shift
- Shift Type: Day
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