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(Archived) Clinical Research Coordinator I - Pediatric Surgery
Every great life-changing discovery begins the same way—with new knowledge. It can change everything, from a single life to the future of entire communities. That’s why academic medicine, and the continuous pursuit of knowledge, is at the center of everything we do at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
In the role of Clinical Research Coordinator I working in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our Clinical Research Coordinator will perform the day-to-day administrative activities of the Pediatric Surgery clinical research program. Provide support to the team to facilitate the achievement of the program’s goals.
- Recruit, screen, enroll and obtain consent from program participants. Conduct or coordinate training for program participants.
- Coordinate research protocols including arranging necessary appointments and procedures, working collaboratively with other departments and institutions, and maintaining contact with study participants.
- Collect, analyze, and disseminate program data. Report Pediatric Surgery research program data and progress to study investigators and key stakeholders.
- Identify problems or obstacles in the system/procedures related to implementation of the research protocols and communicate to the study investigators.
- Assure compliance with all relevant IRB and other regulatory agency requirements.
- Assist in the preparation of IRB documents and reports. Assist in the evaluation and writing of research protocols.
- Collaborate on the development of program materials including educational materials, marketing materials, websites, forms, and reports.
- Work with Principal Investigators to develop, implement, and maintain comprehensive databases and files related to the program.
- Maintain program timeline including tracking deadlines for program components.
- Coordinate program outreach activities including acting as a liaison with community organizations and serving as a point of contact for regional and national consortia such as the Midwest Pediatric Surgery Consortium (MWPSC), the Pediatric Colorectal and Pelvic Learning Consortium (PCPLC), the Pediatric Surgical Oncology Research Collaborative (PSORC), and the Pediatric Surgery Research Collaborative (PedSRC).
- Certification: CITI training within 90 days of hire
Knowledge – Skills – Abilities
Knowledge of biology, chemistry, mathematics, documentation, and records management.
Data utilization, complex problem solving, critical thinking, resource management, and writing skills.
Core Business Hours
Appropriate experience may be substituted for education on an equivalent basis
- Minimum Required Education: Associate degree
- Minimum Required Experience: 1 year
- Preferred Education: Bachelor’s Degree
- Preferred Experience: 1 year
Outstanding Healthcare Coverage, including but not limited to Health, Vison, and Dental. Along with Flexible Spending options
- 403B Retirement Package
- Competitive Vacation and Paid Holidays offered
- Tuition Reimbursement
- On campus Fitness Facility, offering onsite classes.
- Additional discounted rates on things as: Select cell phone plans, local fitness facilities, Milwaukee recreation and entertainment etc.
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