Senders Pediatrics is looking for a Research Coordinator to join our dynamic practice committed to compassionate care and cutting-edge services.
Senders Research, the clinical research arm of Senders Pediatrics, has been conducting clinical trials in collaboration with pharmaceutical companies and academic institutions since 1995. We have developed a national reputation for our expertise in conducting both safety and immunogenicity trials involving vaccines, oral and topical antibiotics and antifungals and inhaled bronchodilators and corticosteroids. Our research coordinators are a talented and enthusiastic team of research professionals who oversee research services here at Senders Pediatrics. If you’re highly motivated and want to make a positive impact through clinical trials, then the Senders Pediatrics research team may be a great home for you.
Some responsibilities of the Clinical Research Coordinator include:
- Ensuring the safe and ethical conduct of clinical research as well as compliance with the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) regulatory requirements.
- Recruitment of subjects for clinical studies by making phone calls, sending mailings and discussing studies with parents and potential participants.
- Study start up and ongoing study management activities, including data capture and adverse event processing and study close out requirements.
- Blood draws, accurate processing of blood, sera and other biological specimens, and the administration of vaccines.
- Time management, organization, planning and prioritization for successful management of multiple clinical trials.
- Collaboration with research sponsors and their representatives in a positive, ethical, and productive manner.
- Partnership with the clinical staff including front office, back office and providers to promote the activities of the research department.
- Willingness to accomplish other research-related duties as needed\
Knowledge, skills and experience required:
- Degree in the sciences (or significant progress towards a degree)
- At least 1-2 year of clinical patient experience
- Willingness to work with and process biological specimens
- Humility, ability to learn quickly, and desire to be challenged in new areas
- Competence with use of technology, databases and the MS office suite
- Positive outlook and tenacity
- Maintains close attention to detail in all work related areas
- Ability to work independently and to collaborate and work effectively within teams
- Flexibility and adaptability in managing multiple priorities and deadlines