We are seeking a dedicated, experienced, and innovation-driven Clinical Research Coordinator to help us at our research site in Warwick, RI. In addition to CRC responsibilities, this role involves shaping the development of innovative new technology products. As such, we are seeking an individual excited by both the potential of technology to transform clinical development and the unique opportunities related to starting a new clinical research site.
At Care Access Research we are committed to facilitating the delivery of optimal care options for our patients. This is achieved by providing high-quality research facilities to our sponsors where the research is completed and data obtained by capable and caring Clinical Research Coordinators and Private Investigators. Our culture is based on a strong work ethic, a genuine willingness to do anything to support the team, and a constant desire to be the best version of ourselves. It is our mission to commit to excellence, keep an open mind, and stay true to ourselves. Respect the product, the process, and each other. Stay inspired, achieve greatness; above all, care.
Serve as both the trial coordinator and clinical care provider for clinical trial patients
Work under the supervision of the Principal Investigator, while exercising excellent clinical judgment in patient monitoring and care
Be a user of innovative technology products and provide periodic input and feedback
3+ years of CRC work experience
Ability to work with Sponsor/CRO in a constructive and professional manner
Certification as a clinical research coordinator (CCRC or CCRP) or qualified to take exam
Skill in drawing blood (phlebotomy)
A command of professional Business English
Experience coordinating trials in a variety of treatment areas including Diabetes
Interact with a network of CRC’s at our other research sites
Provide input and feedback on innovative products to enhance clinical research, with the potential for occasional travel to Boston
Regular travel to attend Care Access Research CRC network symposiums