CLINI01024 Project Coordinator/Staff Research Assoc I
Researchers (from the San Francisco VA Medical Center; Northern California Institute for Research and Education (NCIRE)) are conducting several investigator-initiated research studies of pharmaceutical and behavioral treatments for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and insomnia. Studies are also being conducted in coordination with other sites in the US. This job will start as a remote position. Full-time is preferred but part-time is also an option. The incumbent will serve as the Project Coordinator for one or more of these projects and will provide day-to-day management including trial start-up, conduct, and closeout activities, and coordination with other study sites. The coordinator will also provide administrative support for adjunctive VA, NCIRE, and UCSF studies. We are looking for someone familiar with clinical trials.
Coordinate all aspects of the research protocol & manage the daily study operations.
Develop and oversee systems for tracking / monitoring study progress to ensure adherence to timelines, SOPs, and applicable regulations
Conduct telephone screening interviews on psychiatric and medical symptomatology with participants to pre-assess for study eligibility
Work with study recruiters remotely to ensure adherence to the enrollment goals of the study
Responsible for providing and documenting Informed Consent
Schedule all assessment study visits and study procedures
Coordinate with the multidisciplinary study team in determining study eligibility, coordinating study procedures, and ensuring adherence to study protocol
Coordinate all aspects of data management, including entry, verification and analysis
Maintain rapport with each participant and will assist them with all study procedures
Plan and track budget; purchase equipment and supplies, and track study expenditures
Assist with grant submissions, conference presentations, and manuscript preparation
Perform other duties as assigned
Minimum of 2 years industry experience, with direct clinical trial management
Bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in psychology, nursing or related field required or combination of education and experience.
Computer literacy with emphasis on Windows operating systems
Excellent interpersonal, written/oral communication and organizational skills
Ability to manage multiple projects, tasks and priorities to achieve desired goals
Strong accuracy and attention to detail
Ability to work under minimal supervision
Understanding of FDA, ICH, and GCP regulations, guidelines, policies and practices for conducting clinical investigations
Prior experience collecting, organizing, and shipping biological samples is preferred. Familiarity with Freezerworks or other biological sample software is not necessary but would confer an advantage
Prior experience in psychophysiology measurement experience using Biopac or similar equipment is preferred
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