Advertised Summary Job Description: The Columbia University Medical Center/Presbyterian Hospital Division of Neurocritical Care within the Department of Neurology is currently hiring Clinical Research Coordinators (CRC) - PRN - for all Nights/Weekends/Holidays - Students, Postdocs, Certified CRCs, EMTs, Paramedics, RNs are strongly welcomed to apply.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Coordinates and conducts research protocols in a manner that ensures quality, consistency, timeliness, accuracy and patient safety.
JOB DUTIES: -Confirmation of qualified potential subjects for the clinical research study assigned as outlined in IRB approval protocols and performing study procedures; CRC will work with study physician on call (POC) to confirm subject eligibility. Upon confirmation CRC will come on-site (within 30 minutes of confirming) to assist in protocol specific procedures. -Follows protocol specific time line and procedures for subjects who are active in a NeuroICU clinical research trial -Becomes thoroughly familiar with the protocol, case report form, informed consent, source documentation, and study medication(s) for the assigned research study -Working in conjunction with hospital clinical staff and communication with the treating teams -Performs appropriate research protocol procedures which may include, but are not limited to: ensuring that all required physiological assessments and recordings are being completed/collected (i.e., vital signs, pregnancy tests, radiological tests, ECGs, etc); all study related specimen processing & storage, and acute stroke assessments -Performs basic lab procedures, such as: specimen processing as per study protocol, centrifuge operation, storing of lab specimens, accountability of specimens -All other projects as assigned -Approximately 90% of the work can be accomplished remotely (screening/identifying study subjects/communication with clinical team) but candidate must be able to arrive to CUMC campus within 30 minutes when/if there is a potential study candidate -Must be able to work rotating schedule which includes evening and night shifts, weekends and holidays
General Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in a related field or the equivalent in training, education and experience and at least two years of health related experience.
Additional Specific Minimum Qualifications: Excellent communication skills (interpersonal, written, verbal) Strong attention to detail Excellent time management and organizational skills Health Sciences/Clinical/Research experience a plus
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