Clinical Research Coordinator

Staffing First is seeking a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) or Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP) for a top-rated Medical Research facility in Phoenix, AZ.
This is a Full-time, Direct Hire opportunity offering various shifts to choose from.  Salary is based on experience and excellent benefits are offered including: medical insurance, 401-K and PTO.

The CCRC/CCRP provides a vital link between investigative site and sponsor team. This on-site position includes a variety of tasks with a support and practical base. The CCRC/CCRP is positioned within the research team together with physicians and scientists, with the potential to be involved in the development stages of the protocol through to the completion of the studies.

Candidates will have the opportunity to research within medical specialties such as: Cardiology, Pulmonary, Chronic Pain, Arthritis (Osteo & Rheumatoid), Hot Flashes, High Cholesterol, Diabetes, Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Pain and more.

Job Duties

• Protocol evaluation and feasibility including budget evaluation
• Clinical trial preparation involving the planning, assembling and instruction of the trial team, development and evaluation of patient information and informed consent forms and patient recruitment
• Regulatory and ethical submissions and procedures and communicating with relevant authorities
• Implementation of the clinical trial from initiation through the stages of development documents, SOPs, tools, organization of facilities and licenses
• Co-ordination of the clinical trial, communication with sponsor, visit coordination, study procedures, time management and product accountability
• Retrieval of samples and data while working along patient trial subject bed-side with the physicians
• Recruitment and co-ordination of the patient trial subjects covering informed consent, screening and inclusion of the subjects adhering to safety and compliance issues
• Co-ordination and management of the clinical trial, communication with sponsor and authorities, visit coordination, sampling, time management and product accountability
• Data collection and management, collection of source documents, using and developing CRFs, registration and management AEs, filing and archiving, managing monitoring visits, dealing with queries
• Close-out of the clinical trial, contributing to research article, audit preparation, trial closure, communication with authorities and other disciplines involved, assisting in the final study report and completing financial obligations

Required Knowledge

• Clinical bed-side tasks
• Phlebotomy
• Lab procedures
• Various Phases of Trials
• Open/Close Trial
• QA
• Recruitment/Retention
• SAEs, IRBs, CRFs, ICFs.

Job Overview
Location : Phoenix
Employee Type : Full-Time
Experience: At least 2 years


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