The Central Registration Coordinator performs the daily activities necessary to ensure both compliant and ethical clinical trials research conducted within the CPDM. This position reports directly to the Senior Research Manager, Quality Assurance and Safety.
Serving as a Central Registrar for the Compliance Core???s Central Registration Office
Reviewing Central Registration submission documents for accuracy and comprehensiveness prior to registering any research subject into the HICCC institutional database
Generating reports to all necessary parties on the progress of monitoring project and Central Registration accruals
Maintaining central file archiving for all Central Registration and Monitoring activities
Working with a variety of studies, across multiple disease groups. Studies will range from National Cancer Institute (NCI) NCTN Group trials (e.g., Alliance, NRG, SWOG, etc.), pharmaceutical sponsored trials, and investigator initiated Sponsor/Investigator trials
Coordinator performs other related duties and participates in special projects as assigned
Bachelor???s degree or equivalent in education, training, and experience plus two years of related experience
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
Ability to take initiative and work independently
Ability to maintain all research information for assigned projects and ensure adherence to established policies and procedures
Computer Skills: proficiency with MS Word programs and familiarity with Mac and PC platforms
Experience in a clinical research setting
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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