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The Clinical Research Coordinator I/II (CRC I/II) will coordinate day-to-day activities for assigned clinical research protocols for the Infectious Disease Sciences Program while demonstrating competence in clinical research skills, problem-solving, and priority setting.
The incumbent will participate in the planning, coordination, and implementation of complex investigator-initiated, industry-sponsored, and cooperative group clinical research studies involving human subjects. This individual will work under the supervision of the Clinical Trial Program Manager and will be required to perform their responsibilities with independence within the scope of study protocol(s) and institutional guidelines. Collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team and provide guidance to other study staff in carrying out research implementation tasks. The incumbent will some or all the following responsibilities:
Study Conduct / Clinical Research Practice
Protocol Development and Implementation
Budget and Billing
Regulatory Compliance and Documentation
Other duties which may be required: