Sacramento, CA, United States
The Clinical Research Coordinator II (CRC II) supports the **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Sacramento Sierra Regional research program, which is overseen by Sutter Institute for Medical Research. The CRC II coordinates vital logistical and medical processes and procedures that take place in clinical trials research. The CRC II coordinates strategies for recruitment of study participants, enrolls participants, and manages data collection and reporting for institutionally approved research studies. The incumbent ensures that requirements are met for subject enrollment and compliance from entry through follow-up, and that research is conducted in accordance with industry sponsors, federal and state regulations, and SHSSR policies and procedures. The incumbent serves as a resource regarding clinical research and compliance for investigators, nurses, pharmacists, pathologists, radiologists and other health care personnel. This position may require overnight travel and working weekends.
MINIMUM POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor's degree in Biology or Health Sciences or a BA degree plus 5 years experience in the health field required.
Course work in medical terminology and procedures required.
Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP) or Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) required.
Phlebotomy certification required within three months of hire required.
Minimum of two years experience conducting clinical research is required.
Experience in restrospective data collection, patient interviewing, and interacting with a variety of patient populations in a variety of patient setting is required.
Experience demonstrating the ability to work with minimal supervision and the ability to prioritize and organize work is required.
Thorough knowledge and understanding of FDA regulations protecting human subjects in research is required.
Basic understanding of safeguarding confidential information is required.
Must have basic clinical skills to obtain patient vitals (measure pulse, respiration rate, blood pressure, EKG, height and weight, draw and process blood samples) is required.
Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly with participants, colleagues and subordinates.
Proficiency in word processing and spreadsheets is required.
Excellent organizational skills, accuracy, ability to meet timelines and attention to detail are required.
Must be capable of prioritizing daily tasks with minimal guidance.
Must be able to speak, read, write and understand the English language.
First-hand knowledge of hospital policies and patient care standards is desired.
Sutter Valley Hospital
Employee Referral Bonus:
8 Hour Shift
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