Clinical Trial Recruitment Coordinator

Location: Baltimore, MD
Date Posted: 06-19-2018
Clientmind is currently recruiting a Clinical Trial Recruitment Coordinator for their client who is developing software that allows impaired individuals to control computers and devices through neural commands. In collaboration with a large research institute, they are beginning a clinical trial for individuals with neurological impairments.
 
The Clinical Trial Recruitment Coordinator will work directly with the Principal Investigator (PI), clinical trial sponsors and research collaborators. The CTRC will lead subject recruitment and be will the primary interface between potential subjects, their clinicians, caregivers, and recruitment sites. The CTRC will also fulfill some general clinical coordination duties, such as responsibility for maintaining regulatory documentation and ensuring adherence to approved protocol procedures.  
 
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Plan and coordinate recruitment efforts with clinical research team members, including conducting community outreach, interfacing with clinicians, and reviewing patient databases
  • Distribute and maintain study specific recruiting campaigns such as ads, flyers, newspapers, web-based ads, social media posts, list server emails, etc.
  • Act as direct contact for clinicians and potential study participants
  • Explain the details and goals of the study to patients and clinicians. Distribute protocols and study information
  • Evaluate patient eligibility through review of medical records and interviews with patients, caregivers, and clinicians
  • Participate in the informed consent process with the subject
  • Schedule appointments of prospective participants for screenings and follow them through the screening process
  • Review and understand protocol criteria, informed consent forms, and study schedules.
  • Track recruitment process and related costs
  • Complete case report forms, Adverse Event reports, and other mandated documentation
  • Oversee adherence to Standard Operating Procedures, Good Clinical Practice, and compliance with all federal, local, FDA, IRB and HIPAA guidelines and regulations pertaining to the study and patient care.
  • Uphold ethical research practices and maintain advanced safety standards.
 
Requirements:
  • Superior interpersonal and communication skills, ability to foster long-term relationships with participants
  • Ability to respond quickly and professionally to communications from study team, clinicians, patients, and caregivers
  • Outgoing and caring, with a passion for the core mission of improving health and function
  • Attentive to detail
  • Superior organization skills
  • Ethical and professional conduct
  • Able to work independently
  • Familiarity with medical terminology
  • Highly proficient in basic word processing, data entry, email, social media, phone calls, with data entry skills Excellent phone and email skills Literate with social media and
  • Quick learner, willing to learn the appropriate regulations and specific protocols relating to the position.
 
Desired Skills and Experience:
  • Prior clinical research experience; familiar with concepts, practices, and procedures
  • Knowledge of IRB, HIPAA, and FDA regulatory requirements
  • Sales or marketing experience
  • Medical, nursing, or clinical psychology background
 
Education and Experience:
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree in a life sciences field. Background in neuroscience, psychology, or neurology a plus.
Candidates with a BSN, RN, LPN or other appropriate clinical degrees may be eligible for additional clinical responsibilities.
 
Job Details:
Full Time
The CTRC will spend a significant amount of time at clinical sites in the Baltimore region. The candidate may be required to work at various facilities and must provide own transportation. The schedule will generally be aligned with clinical site hours but may vary.
Salary commensurate with experience
 

 

Please contact me with any questions:

Email:
recruiter@clientmindrecruiting.com

Phone:
(c) 240-421-4203

 
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