- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
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MMC: TOP TEN IN THE U.S.
FOR CLINICAL OUTCOMES We're Maimonides Medical Center, the largest hospital in Brooklyn and an award-winning major independent teaching hospital with a community hospital feel.
At Maimonides, we're continuously expanding our services and remain at the forefront of innovative medicine.
In fact, our Heart & Vascular Center ranks among the top 1% of hospitals in the US for heart attack/heart failure patient outcomes.
We deliver more babies than any other hospital in New York State, have a Level l Trauma Center, and an accredited full-service Cancer Center with Joint Commission Gold Star designation along with the distinction of Brooklyn's only Children's Hospital.
We are currently seeking a Surgery Research Coordinator (RC), to be responsible for coordinating clinical research activities for the Department of Surgery.
Our research program is expanding and this is an excellent position to grow into a leadership role in the field of Clinical Research and Sponsored Industry Trials.
As our Research Coordinator (RC), you will be responsible for conducting, maintaining and assisting with all Surgery research studies, but will be initially focused on the coordination and maintenance of clinical trials in the Divisions of Neurosurgery and Urological Surgery.
These responsibilities include obtaining informed consent, maintaining and organizing study regulatory documents, developing site study materials, and maintaining study databases.
The RC will be an important liaison between the Institutional Review Board (IRB), Grants, and Contracts Office and Research Committee Chair for these activities.
The RC will also assist in the preparation and submission of IRB documents and grant applications, and will help organize Surgery Research Committee meeting activities.
Oversee clinical research trial activity including the informed consent process, data collection, subject follow-up visits and phone calls per protocols, data accuracy and maintenance, and regulatory electronic and paper files.
Conduct literature searches and reviews.
Assist PIs with academic research activities and resident projects.
reportable events and continuing reviews for all human subjects' research activity.
Participate in Research leadership and initiatives.
Work with Research Committee Chairs to develop monthly newsletter/agendas, research programming, media presence, and departmental resources.
Oversee the onboarding of Research Volunteers.
We offer excellent benefits.
Please forward a resume to An EOE.
Qualifications: We require: Bachelor's Degree required (science related field or with combination of relevant experience and education, preferred) Minimum of 2 year's clinical research experience.
Excellent organizational, problem-solving, writing and analytical skills.
Proficient in computer software systems including MS Office Suite Experience with electronic data management, and citation management programs preferred.
Exposure to FDA and/or industry sponsored trials preferred.