Clinical Research Coordinator, Santa Monica

  • UCLA Health
  • Santa Monica, CA, USA
  • Apr 03, 2024
Full Time Research

Job Description


The Clinical Research Coordinator contributes to the overall operational management of clinical research/trial/study activities from design, set up, conduct, through closeout. In this role, you will be responsible for the implementation of research activities for one or more studies. Perform necessary tasks to manage projects and prioritizes work to meet necessary deadlines. You will be responsible for planning and organizing necessary tasks to ensure adherence to the study protocol and applicable regulations, such as institutional policy and procedures, FDA Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), and ICH Good Clinical Practice (GCP). The Clinical Research Coordinator collaborates with the Principal Investigator (PI), ancillary departments, central research infrastructure teams, sponsors, institutions, and other entities as needed to support the administration of all aspects of studies, including, but not limited to, compliant conduct, financial management, and adequate personnel support. Hourly Salary Range: $32.65 - $52.53

Required: * Bachelor’s degree or 1-3 years of previous study coordination or clinical research coordination experience. * Strong verbal and written communication skills along with strong interpersonal skills to effectively establish rapport, and build collaborate relationships. * Strong organizational capabilities to organize multiple projects and competing deadlines for efficiency and cost-effectiveness. * Analytical skills sufficient to work and solve address problems and identify solutions with reasoned judgment. * Ability to adapt to changing job demands and priorities; work flexible hours to accommodate research deadlines. * Ability to be flexible in handling work delegated by more than one individual. * Working knowledge of the clinical research regulatory framework and institutional requirements. * Mathematical skills Sufficient to prepare clinical research budgets, knowledge of math ability and knowledge of clinical trials research budgeting process to assist with the preparation of clinical trial budgets. * Working knowledge of FDA Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and ICH Good Clinical Practice (GC) for clinical research. * Be available to work in more than one environment, travel to meetings, off-site visits, conferences, etc.

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