Lead RN Certified Clinical Research Coordinator
- Location: Jacksonville, FL
- Posted: Jul 1, 2019
This position will support a multi-discipline clinical trials portfolio. It will serve as lead over RN Clinical Research Coordinators for the Florida campus.
Independently coordinates complex (i.e. interventional, therapeutic greater than minimal risk) clinical research protocols with minimal direction from the principal investigator and/or supervisor in compliance with regulatory laws and institutional guidelines. Monitors safety and general wellbeing of all patients by exercising independent clinical judgment regarding patient care issues and protocol. Collaborates with research team to assess feasibility and management of research protocols. Ensures implementation of research protocols after IRB approval and provides information as appropriate for progress reports. Screens, enrolls, and recruits research participants. Coordinates schedules and monitors research activities and subject participation. Identifies, reviews, and reports adverse events, protocol deviations, and other unanticipated problems appropriately. Manages, monitors, and reports research data to maintain quality and compliance. Provides education/training for others within the department and serves as a first line resource for team members. Performs administrative and regulatory duties related to the study as appropriate. Some travel may be required.
Registered Nurse licensure with at least two years' work experience required. Bachelor's degree in nursing required within six years from the effective start date. Certification through a national research organization (ACRP, SOCRA) and continued education to maintain certification required. Basic Life Support Certification required. Minimum of two years' experience in Mayo Clinic system preferred. Recent, full-time, practical and research experience, three to five years cumulative, required. Knowledge of Institutional Review Board Guidelines, FDA Code of Federal Regulations, and International Conference on Harmonization/Good Clinical Practice Guidelines (ICHGCP) required.
- Full Time