Shriners Hospitals for Children® - Greenville is looking for a full-time Clinical Research Coordinator. The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) is a specialized, independent research professional who ensures oversight and compliance of both system-wide and local SHC clinical research activities. Reporting to the Research Programs Office at SHC International Headquarters, the CRC provides support in accordance with SHC’s policies and procedures, SHC’s hospital regulations, the Code of Federal Regulation, and Good Clinical Practice guidelines, when applicable. The CRC works closely with the Chief of Staff, Hospital Administrator, SHC scientific and medical staff and other research personnel to ethically recruit and consent SHC’s vulnerable pediatric subjects and to appropriately collect and safeguard data. Overall, the CRC is the site’s primary liaison among research participants, the local investigator(s) and study sponsor(s). This position’s main responsibilities are to help ensure proper study conduct, subject safety, and the quality of data and data safeguards. This may include but is not limited to subject recruitment and data/specimen collection for SHC’s system-wide projects.
We are seeking a compassionate individual who aligns with our core values: Excellence, Innovation, Commitment, Integrity, Teamwork, Stewardship, and Respect.
Shriners Hospitals for Children®-Greenville, is a smoke and drug free, equal opportunity employer. We offer a comprehensive benefit package and competitive salary. Benefits are effective date of hire.
Shriners Hospitals for Children® - Greenville opened its doors in 1927 and is part of a 21 hospital system with facilities throughout North America. We serve a pediatric population with orthopedic needs for six states, including South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia and Alabama. To learn more about SHC-Greenville, visit www.GreenvilleShrinersHospital.org.
Bachelor’s degree in clinical research, science, or other healthcare related field (without a Bachelors degree, 5 or more years of specific job-related experience in the administration of clinical research is required)
At least 3 years of clinical research experience (site management, study management, IRBs, and federal regulations regarding clinical research compliance)
Knowledge of, or ability to learn, electronic health systems and databases used in research environments
Knowledge of, or ability to learn, participant and sample collection for large scale initiatives
Experience in the use of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and Power Point
Ability to function independently as well as part of an interdisciplinary team and interact with a variety of administrative and professional personnel
Strong follow-through skills and ability to proactively identify and solve problems; demonstrating initiative is imperative
Ability to effectively communicate using oral and written skills
Ability to be detail oriented and the ability to ensure resolution and compliance
Ability to work independently using initiative and good judgment
Working knowledge of the applicable regulations related to product or agent being studied, the specific protocol, the informed consent process, and the sponsors’ policies and procedures
Working knowledge of regulation and guidance(s) related to clinical research
Master’s degree in clinical research, science, or other healthcare related field highly preferred
Experience in the coordination of intergroup or multi-site clinical studies