The Lead Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) will lead and manage all clinical research. In addition, the CRC will assist the Principal Investigator in all aspects of the clinical trial.
National Centers for Pain Management & Research is looking for an experienced Lead Clinical Research Coordinator to join our research team. The Lead Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) will lead and manage all clinical research. In addition, the CRC will assist the Principal Investigator in all aspects of the clinical trial.
The ideal candidate is self-motivated and professional. Most importantly, the ideal candidate is nice, likable, and fun to work with. We prefer someone with strong FDA regulatory knowledge and experience working with pharmaceutical companies and drug development.
The responsibilities include:
- Preparing the research study site
- Screening and recruiting patients into studies based on specific study criteria
- Procuring and maintaining study supplies
- Completing and ensuring the accuracy of data collection and regulatory documents
- Making certain study participants are happy and comfortable
- Maintaining confidentiality and discretion about study details
This position reports directly to the Research Director.
- Administrative experience and or a successful track record in clinical or laboratory research
- A degree in Science, Healthcare, Business or a related field
- Detailed knowledge of FDA regulations pertinent to clinical and laboratory studies
- Experience in drug development preferred
- Ability to stand/walk for extended periods of time without resting
We offer our employees a competitive salary plus a comprehensive benefits package including:
- Medical, Dental, and Vision Healthcare Plans
- Retirement Plan
- Vacation and Holiday paid time off
All prospective employees and rehires are required to submit to a drug test once a conditional offer of employment has been extended and accepted. The screening will be conducted in compliance with our Drug-Free Workplace Policy which will be provided to all applicants.