St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, ID is seeking a Clin Research Coordinator 1 to join our Cancer Institute team.
Under general supervision, the Clinical Research Coordinator 1 is responsible for identifying eligible patients for research and ensuring that research protocols are carried out accurately through assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation.
Under supervision, conducts and documents informed consent process.
Reviews clinical records and extracts necessary data to determine eligibility and complete data submission via the appropriate mechanism.
Conducts research activities per protocol.
Documents research process, adverse event grading, consent process, patient progress on study in electronic medical record.
Initiates and submits Serious Adverse Events reports to study sponsor in collaboration with the physician and principal investigator.
May maintain clinical trials management system; prepare reports as needed.
May prepare for and conduct study monitor visits and audits.
Serves as liaison and reference to physicians, investigators and other staff members for questions regarding the research process.
Collaborates with investigator and regulatory staff regarding Institutional Review Board requirements.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree or 4 years relevant experience in lieu of degree.
2 years of relevant experience.
Why St. Luke's
A strong, talented staff is at the heart of St. Luke’s Health System. We are the state’s largest employer with more than 15,000 employees and a medical staff of more than 1,800 physicians and advanced practice providers. We’re proud of our people who deliver skilled, compassionate care every day, and are looking to add dedicated individuals who will continue this same tradition of excellence.
- St. Luke’s is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status or condition protected by law.