Summary: The ClinicalResearch Coordinator (CRC) is a Research Administration Office (RAO) teammember responsible for assisting with the planning and implementation ofclinical research studies. The CRC works closely with members of theresearch team to ensure protocol expectations are executed appropriately.
Bachelor's degree with 2 years of research experience oran equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparableknowledge and abilities can be acquired (i.e. a high school degree and 6 yearsof relevant research experience).
Knowledge of medical terminology required.
Knowledge of the principles of clinical research and federalregulations required.
Competency in basic computer skills required wordprocessing, spread sheets.
Excellent written, oral and team communication skills areessential.
Attention to detail, organization, and self-motivationrequired.