Under the supervision of the Director of Operations, the Coordinator will provide overall organization and support to BrUOG and work independently to coordinate IND (Investigational New Drug Application) exempt clinical trials. The Coordinator will also assist the Director with special projects and ad-hoc tasks as necessary.
Bachelor's degree required
Prior experience working on clinical research trials a plus
Knowledge of some medical terminology required; Oncology terminology preferred
Prior knowledge and training with an electronic database system a plus, or proficiency in learning a computerized data system
Proficient in Word and Excel
Strong organizational and communication skills
Ability to work independently and good time management skills
Detail orientation is critical to this job
CRIMINAL BACKGROUND AND EDUCATION CHECK REQUIRED
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BrUOG Clinical Research Coordinator
BioMed Clinical Affairs
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