We are currently seeking an experienced, positive, and energetic Clinical Research Coordinator to join our team in Denver, Colorado.
We are a local Denver research center dedicated to conducting clinical research trials in the specialties of internal medicine, women’s health, and dermatology. We have set high standards for ourselves and as a result, over the past decade, have established an excellent reputation among our national and international sponsors and CROs. We are looking for a Clinical Research Coordinator with a passion for this field who will help us maintain and improve that reputation. Our research center is also unique in Denver in that all our full-time staff are bilingual in English and Spanish allowing us to recruit many study participants from our large Spanish speaking population. Therefore, it would be beneficial if potential candidates also speak Spanish.
The best Clinical Research Coordinator for this position will have experience and expertise in managing all aspects of a study and ideally experience and skill in managing people. Job duties include: conducting patient visits, coordinating studies, patient recruitment and prescreening, EDC data entry, IRB communications and regulatory documents, and sponsor / CRO communications. We are looking for a dedicated professional who truly enjoys the role of a CRC and who authentically cares about and focuses on the patient during study visits. We need a person who cares about the quality of their work and takes responsibility for it. Someone who is also flexible and can easily adapt to our SOPs. We would also prefer a Clinical Research Coordinator who is an experienced phlebotomist, however that is not a requirement.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Although other duties may be assigned core duties and responsibilities include the following:
Ensure that all studies are conducted following strict adherence to company SOPs, study protocols, State and Federal regulations, and ICH/GCP guidelines.
Develop strategies in cooperation with recruitment personnel to assure that each and every study meets and or surpasses enrollment goals.