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Title: Clinical Subjects Coordinator
Jobcode: 176136 (Official U-M job posting)
Job Summary & Responsibilities: The Neuromodulation Lab, led by Dr. Scott Lempka, and the Peripheral Neural Engineering and Urodynamics Lab (pNEURO Lab), led by Dr. Tim Bruns, are seeking applications for a clinical study coordinator. Our research groups perform clinical studies investigating the use of electrical stimulation to treat conditions such as chronic pain and bladder dysfunction. We are seeking an enthusiastic team member to manage clinical activities.
The successful applicant will be responsible for recruiting, screening, and consenting of potential research subjects for various projects. The coordinator will conduct study visits, including but not limited to scheduling and coordinating study visits, performing study-specific procedures, following participants in the studies, managing subject compensation, inputting and/or managing study data in computerized databases, and identifying and reporting adverse (AEs) and serious adverse events (SAEs). The coordinator will also assist or lead in creating and updating standard operating procedures, study binders, generating reports, overseeing billing calendars, and troubleshooting budget issues. The study coordinator may also assist with creation of study surveys, and the preparation of and updates to Institutional Review Board (eResearch) applications. The study coordinator will maintain all required training related to working with patients and human subjects.
- Bachelor’s degree in a science or health-related field, or equivalent education and experience.
- Minimum one year of experience coordinating clinical research, or working in science or healthcare-related field.
- Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills with exceptional attention to detail.
- Proficient computer skills including Microsoft software applications.
- Ability to organize and manage multiple tasks simultaneously, as well as prioritize and exercise good judgment.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision in a diplomatic, collaborative and effective manner while maintaining confidentiality.
- Knowledge of clinical research
- IRB/Regulatory experience, including initial protocol submissions.
- ACRP or SOCRA certification, or effort towards certification.
- Knowledge of UMHS policies and practice.
- PEERRS, CITI, and/or NIH Protection of Human Subjects Training Certification.
How to Apply: A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interests and outline your skills and experience that directly relate to the position. Submit your application materials through the official U-M job posting website. Questions prior to a formal application are welcome.
The position is available to start in Summer or Fall 2019.