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CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR II - The Department of Tisch Cancer Institute
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Clinical Research Coordinator II - #2331908
Roles & Responsibilities:
This position will work within the MAGIC (Mount Sinai Acute Graft-Vs-Host Disease International Consortium) project team. The Clinical Research Coordinator will extract and analyze data from our database, and generate highly complex reports as required. The Clinical Research Coordinator will ensure the accuracy of the data and act as a resource to all users of the database. They are a clinical research professional who will work closely with physicians, other clinical research coordinators, and administrative staff in the execution, conduct, and overall management of the MAGIC clinical research portfolio of trials. This integral member of the team works under the direction of the principal investigator (PI) and with the Project Manager; they will apply a broad knowledge of clinical research principles, data management, data entry practices, and procedures to ensure that the project is completed within our guidelines across the centers. This position will work closely with centers querying inconsistent data, creating solutions if patterns emerge, and drafting new SOPs. The MAGIC portfolio of trials includes National Cancer Institute (NCI), pharmaceutical company sponsored, and investigator-initiated clinical trials. Effective oral and written communication skills are essential. Individual must be highly organized and detail oriented with strong interpersonal skills.
- Collects data and generates highly complex reports as required, including internal reporting as requested by management. Prepares and submits reports to regulatory agencies or accrediting agencies. Reports are submitted timely and accurately according to current standards and regulations
- Assists in developing tools for data collection
- Maintains knowledge of the current regulations and technologies related to data management. Disseminates relevant information to all concerned parties.
- Reviews and audits database on a regular basis to ensure accuracy of data
- Makes corrections and additions to database records as required
- Implements solutions for any data management issues. May develop training tools and update procedure manuals
- Assist in the design or design basic databases, or custom applications to ensure the database meets the needs of all levels of staff
- Trains staff with varying degrees of knowledge to effectively use the database system. Acts as a resource to all database users in order to assure consistency and accuracy of data
- Assists staff with technical issues related to the database
- Uses in-depth knowledge of the database to extract data and generate required reports and queries for statistical analyses in varying formats as requested. Implements changes to reports as required by regulatory and/or accrediting agencies
- Updates database as required and acts as a liaison with IT with any more complex technical issues or software updates
- Oversees data entry staff and other less experienced Data Coordinators
- May access data in the Data Warehouse
- Mentor/Educate new staff on overview of clinical research, office policy and procedures, data submission, patient registration and specimen handling
- Performs other duties as required
- Minimum Required Education: Bachelor’s Degree; Bachelor’s Degree in science related field preferred
- Minimum Experience Required: At least 2 years’ experience as a Clinical Research Coordinator, Study Coordinator, Data Manager, or similar role in clinical research or in a clinical setting
- Working knowledge Good Clinical Practice guidelines and Federal research regulations. Demonstrate strong organizational and communication skills
- Oncology experience preferred
- Must be comfortable communicating clinical information to medical personnel
- Strong computer literacy required
- Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
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