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The Clinical Research Coordinator is responsible for day-to-day coordination of intervention Phase I-III clinical trials of various complexities. The position will perform tasks relating to the start-up, management and close-out of studies including implementing new study processes with relevant service areas, screening patients for eligibility, tracking patient visits, assuring adherence to protocol schedules of events, and maintaining study records. The Coordinator will work on multiple studies for at least two investigators and provide regular updates on the progress of the studies. The CRC I reports directly to the Clinical Research Manager.