Clinical Research Coordinator/Manager desired to work with well-established orthopedic surgery practice, assisting physicians in the conduct of clinical research. This person will perform duties related to the conduct of clinical trials in orthopedic surgery. They will be responsible for screening and enrolling patients in trials, performing the informed consent process, conducting research visits in clinic, data collection and entry, and experience working with the IRB process. Experience in contract and budgeting of clinical trials is helpful, though not required.
Education, Experience and Certificates
Bachelor's degree in health science or related field or equivalency
Minimum of three years of professional clinical research experience
Certification with Association of Clinical Research Professionals, or with Society of Clinical Research Associates, or intention of obtaining same within 6 months of employment.
Maintenance of IRB CITI training course
Basic understanding of medical terminology/research
Experience with clinical trial contract negotiation and budget negotiation a plus
Proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel), email, internet, data entry
Ability to transpose information from clinical document to computerized database
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities.
Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from physicians, patients, fellow research staff, and office staff.
High level of organization and self-motivated to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Good organizational and interpersonal skills
Ability to understand and follow detailed instructions
Strong time management capability and ability to work efficiently on multiple tasks.
Skill in developing and maintaining relationships, and communicate calmly and clearly with patients and medical staff.
Strong time management and ability to work efficiently on all tasks.
Ability to use tact, discretion, and sound judgment when dealing with confidential information.
Good interpersonal skills and ability to work as part of a team is essential.
Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy.
Ability to work with fellow coworkers and medical staff, and medical students.
The primary work location for this position will be at Jordan-Young Institute. This is a full- time position with flexible schedule, approximately no more than 30 hours per week.
Competitive benefits package included after 60 days of hire first day of the month.
Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Time Frame: Immediate Opening
About Jordan-Young Institute
At Jordan-Young Institute, we focus on both conservative care and the most technologically advanced surgical procedures. We address orthopedic issues across a wide spectrum of patients, from the injured elite athlete to the senior desiring an improved mobility and function. Each of our physicians is assisted by a dedicated team of caring professionals who will help you navigate your path to recovery.
Our surgeons pride themselves on their surgical acumen. Coming together from top-ranked Institutions in the United States, they have knowledge and expertise in the latest advances in medical science and minimally invasive surgical techniques. We have also helped pioneer new advances in orthopedics, from cartilage restoration to innovative techniques in joint replacement. Our surgeons’ battery of skills will ensure that you receive the best medical advice for restoring your health and helping return you to the activities that you enjoy.