Clinical Research Coordinator

  • SIU School of Medicine
  • Springfield, IL, USA
  • Sep 04, 2018
Full time Medical Healthcare Health Care Research

Job Description

SIU School of Medicine is seeking an individual to assist in the coordination of research activities in the Center for Clinical Research (CCR). This position will provide support for clinical research and/or research development activities in the CCR and participate in research projects for other Departments, as appropriate.  Minimum requirement is Bachelor’s Degree in an area relevant to the position; a minimum of 3 years clinical research related experience, with a successful and progressive history of increasing clinical research related and administrative responsibility; and must be a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator/Professional through completion of requirements by SOCRA or ACRP within 1 year of obtaining the position. Candidates should possess a thorough understanding of the policies and guidelines that govern clinical research activities; strong interpersonal skills necessary to maintain cooperative working relationships; and strong organizational and analytical skills.

Interested individuals should apply directly for the clinical research coordinator position with a letter of interest accompanied by a resume at SIU’s Jobs website at http://www.siumed.edu/hr.

SIU School of Medicine is an AA/EEO employer.

Occupations

Clinical Research, Pharmaceutical Research

Salary

$39,000

Qualifications

  1. Graduate of an accredited college with a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a field relevant to the position.
  2. Minimum of 3 years clinical research related experience, with a successful and progressive history of increasing clinical research related and administrative responsibility.
  3. Certified Clinical Research Coordinator/Professional through completion of requirements by SOCRA or ACRP within 1 year of obtaining the position.
  4. Computer skills to include proficiency with MS Office (Access, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
  5. Must have interpersonal skills necessary to maintain cooperative working relationships with CCR employees, physician faculty, and other research staff.
  6. Sensitive to the needs of underrepresented minority populations.