- Full Time
- Morehead City, NC 28557
Seeking experienced Clinical Research Coordinator
Clinical Research Coordinator
Unified Women’s Clinical Research (UWCR) is a premier research organization that provides patients the opportunity to receive advanced medical care through participation in a variety of clinical trials. UWCR currently has research sites in North Carolina and Maryland with plans for national expansion. Our alliance with the largest and fastest growing group of Ob/Gyn practices across the nation enables UWCR to specialize in women’s health research including Gynecology, Uro-Gynecology, Obstetrics, and Primary Care. This unique alliance provides our participants with comprehensive, collaborative care and our sponsors with unequivocal proficiency in trial execution. Our investigators have accumulated over 20 years of experience working with over 50 sponsors conducting over 200 phase I-IV (first in human through post market) clinical trials on: Devices Gene Therapy Investigational medications (intramuscular, intranasal, intrauterine, intravaginal, intravenous, subcutaneous, systemic, topical, transdermal) Vaccines We have also successfully completed numerous pharmacokinetic and observational studies.
UWCR proudly offers competitive salary as well as a comprehensive benefits package and have a vision for long term employment and great growth potential for our team members. We are currently looking to recruit experienced Clinical Research Coordinator for our Morehead City, North Carolina location. The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) role supports, facilitates, and coordinates the daily clinical trial activities and plays a critical role in the conduct of the study. The CRC role works with the Principal Investigator, UWCR oversight team, sponsor, and host site to conduct all aspects of the clinical trials according to the protocol, FDA Regulations, ICH/GCP Guidelines, IRB policies and other governing authorities. The ideal candidate would have a minimum of two years clinical coordinating experience, possess excellent communication and project management skills, be comfortable with electronic documentation and capable of working in multiple computer systems, strong phlebotomy skills, and be passionate about subject recruitment. ACRP certification a plus.
Job Description includes but not limited to:
Facilitate and coordinate the daily clinical trial activities; Actively recruit candidates for Women's Health Clinical Trials; Promote teamwork, passion for clinical research, and standard of excellence; Attend Investigator’s Meetings/Educational Meetings; Be familiar with protocol and ensure adherence to the protocol; Screen potential study subjects via telephone, in-office interview, and chart review; Obtain Informed Consent; Complete and document subject visits per protocol; Obtain, Process, package and ship lab specimens, maintaining appropriate documentation; Assess and ensure subject safety throughout participation in trial; Maintain close communication with Principal Investigator and Central Management Team; Complete Case Report Forms (CRF’s) and address ongoing queries; maintain clinical trial supply inventory; Schedule and prepare for sponsor monitoring visits; Facilitate a seamless integration within the host site