Clinical Research Coordinator
Posted: 08/07/2018 12:56:26 PM
unnybrook Research Institute – Clinical Research Coordinator
Temporary, Full time, 1 year term (with possibility of renewal)
The Clinical Research Coordinator collaborates with Investigators and health care teams to assume the responsibility for the overall management and coordination of patient recruitment according to regulatory and institutional guidelines and requirements for the Medtronic Clinical Trial. The Coordinator will be responsible for the initial and ongoing maintenance of all study related procedures and documentation requirements.
Primary responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, the following:
Coordinate patient recruitment through identifying and screening potential subjects, recruiting in- and out-patients and obtaining informed consent while working collaboratively with PI, clinical fellows and nursing staff
Ensure protocol requirements are implemented accurately by all staff and that subjects are following protocol requirements
Coordinate patient follow up visit schedules as per study protocol and execution of all aspects of study visits
Coordinate general study management and administration
Collect and manage study data
Prepare protocols, informed consents, and associated paperwork required by the Research Ethics Board
Coordinate review and initiation of new studies
Other duties related to research as assigned by the Principal Investigator
Bachelors Degree in a health related field; or equivalent
Advanced post-secondary degree and certifications, with minimum of 3 years’ experience in clinical trial coordination and/or management.
Experience in the field of Focused Ultrasound
Experience with regulatory bodies and institutions (e.g. Health Canada, FDA, Research Ethics Board), including protocol development, auditing, contract negotiations, data safety monitoring boards, and industry sponsored trials.
Work with clinical collaborators in cooperation with Scientist/Supervisor
Have proven skilled technical qualifications needed to support the supervisors’ research activities.
Well-developed interpersonal skills: ability to listen and communicate, sensitivity to the needs to a team approach to research, and ability to deal with situations with diplomacy.
Working knowledge of general-purpose computer software (including, but not limited to Excel, MS Word, Power point, Statistical software, Financial Systems)
Ability to set priorities successfully to coordinate workflow around grant deadlines and grant applications
In addition, the individual is expected to:
Participate in supervisor’s ongoing research activities, including other projects as they are proposed and executed.
Work within the larger context of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (SHSC) and observe Hospital and department rules and regulations, policies, procedures, practices, safety procedures and current legislation, in particular the Human Rights Code regarding discrimination and harassment.
Ensure the confidentiality of patient, employee, graduate student and Hospital information at all times.
Work cooperatively and constructively with the other members of SHSC staff.
Perform the above functions in a manner, which reflects the Hospital philosophy and mission of service, while promoting and maintaining good public relations with patients, visitors and Hospital staff.
Please send a cover letter and curriculum vitae in one PDF document to:
We thank you in advance for your interest. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Sunnybrook Research Institute is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). If you require accommodation for disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please indicate this in your cover letter.
Sunnybrook Research Institute is strongly committed to inclusion and diversity within its community and welcomes all applicants including but not limited to: visible minorities, all religions and ethnicities, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and all others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.
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