Duration: 6 month, part-time assignment with possibility for extension
Percentage of effort: Part time, Monday, Tues, Wed, 9am - 5pm
Reports to Principal Investigator: Dr. Joyce Anastasi
The Special Studies for Symptom Management at New York University is seeking a Project Coordinator / Research Coordinator who will manage aspects of clinical research studies. Will perform research related duties, including recruitment of study participants, conducting screening interviews, coordinating outreach events, and providing additional support to study team. The Project Coordinator will work with and report study progress to Principal Investigator: maintain study and enter data files; and perform other duties as assigned. The Project Coordinator needs to be reliable, efficient and detail-oriented, with excellent interpersonal communication skills. Experience with clinical research is preferred. Please note, this part-time position will be working onsite.
Secures storage of subject folders and all subject files, coordinates the logistics of scheduling subjects, subject tracking data, petty cash disbursement (for subject fees), provides participation fees to subjects at the end of each session, bookkeeping, and maintains regulatory documents for the IRB and DSM.
Ability to review and understand study protocols and other clinical related materials.
Ability to enter data and prepare reports for Pl in timely fashion
Ability to proactively address issues and to assist in setting project timelines.
Ability to create edit checks, data capture, and input specifications.
Strong written and verbal communication.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office software suite, FileMaker Pro construction, management, and retrieval methods.
Minimum of two to four years experience in clinical research industry (biotech, pharmaceutical company, cro) in a research coordinator or related manager role.
Experience with preparing data for submission to the principal investigator for reports (NIH progress reports, IRB reports), publication(s), etc.
Bachelor's degree preferably in biology, science, epidemiology, public health
Master's degree preferably in biology, science, epidemiology, public health
Experience with clinical research
Experience using REDCap
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