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sdees79
05-21-2010, 05:34 AM
Applications are now being solicited from highly motivated individuals
for immediately available, Clinical Research Coordinator for the United
States School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM), supporting CSTARS
operations located in Cincinnati, OH at the University Hospital.

This is a very dynamic position. The incumbent will support the Center
for the Sustainment of Trauma and Readiness Skills (C-STARS) by
providing research guidance services, clinical research coordination,
and support to advanced Critical Care Air Transport Team training for
DoD medics. State of the art tools will enable the person to achieve a
variety of processes providing significant impact for USAFSAM and the
field of Aerospace medicine.



The incumbent must have the ability to work independently, attention to
detail, organizational skills, ability to achieve set goals, display
initiative in performing assigned tasks, ability to follow-up complex
projects with proactivity and influence, integrity, and professionally
interact with all levels of personnel in and outside of the
organization.

-Coordinate military related research support, coordinate and
participate in all operational aspects of clinical research projects.

-Assess, prepare, complete, coordinate and submit protocol related
documents to both local and military Institutional Review Boards (IRB)
and Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), assure
compliance of general and study specific regulatory related processes
with SOPs, FDA, NIH, and applicable regulations for the reporting of
events to regulatory agencies, prepare progress reports for the
IRB/IACUC and provide auditing trails to assure protocol compliance,
maintain annual IRB approvals, amendments, and safety events, process
data queries and ensure resolution, identify problems and/or
inconsistencies and monitor patients' progress to include documentation
and reporting of adverse events; recommend corrective action as
appropriate, and assist in preparation of amendments to protocols and/or
modifications to study design as appropriate.

-Screen patients for study enrollment, assist in obtaining informed
consent, data collection and maintain data bases, attend rounds on
trauma patients with the trauma team, and evaluate patients for study
enrollment, follow patients' progress in the study, collect data, and
enter data into databases, coordinate and implement procedures to
collect data from patient charts, medical records, interviews,
questionnaires, diagnostic tests and other sources; Evaluate and
interpret collected clinical data in conjunction with principal
investigators as appropriate; code, evaluate and interpret collected
data and prepare appropriate documentation; obtain blood samples,
cultures, tissues and other specimens for laboratory analysis, confer
with principal investigators to assist in developing plans for research
projects and to discuss the interpretation of results; collaborate on
the preparation of manuscripts for publication.

-Manage research budgets and account for all research expenses.

-Review and extract data from existing military and civilian databases
for research and quality improvement.

-Develop Word documents, spreadsheets using Excel Program, presentations
using PowerPoint, and maintenance of local database using Access.

-Oversee and mentor faculty, residents, medical students, and cadets in
basic and clinical science research, provide guidance to lower level
personnel involved in planning, implementation and evaluation of
clinical studies, assist in training new personnel and maintain
essential staff documents, and coordinate human protections training for
personnel.

-Coordinate and schedule appointments, coordinate animal ordering and
delivery, oversee the ordering of supplies & equipment needed for
research projects, and keep track of pending orders.

-Coordinate the development of data collection tools, questionnaires,
databases and the application of research techniques; assist in writing
procedures manuals for data collection and coding, review journals,
abstracts and scientific literature to keep abreast of new developments
and to obtain information regarding previous studies to aid in the
planning of new studies, and develop and accomplish reports and updates
for government agencies quarterly, and upon request.

-Prepare oral presentations or written reports and analyses setting
forth progress, trends and appropriate recommendations or conclusions,
and draft and/or review written submissions for publication and or
professional presentations.

This is a full time position. The incumbent will serve as a contract
employee working for SpecPro, Inc. www.specpro-inc.com a highly
specialized firm regarded for Management, Engineering, Life Sciences,
and Biomedical R&D Services. Interested candidates should apply on line
at: at: www.specpro-inc.com Resumes may also be sent to:
Sharon.dees@specpro-inc.com



Required Knowledge/Skills

- Prefer: PhD or Masters in Clinical Research and the following
experience:

-Clinical research including human subjects' protections, regulatory
affairs, and data collection.

-Basic science research, data management, and principles of
epidemiology, and statistics.

-Healthcare background with knowledge of patient care and medical
records.

-Preferred certifications: ACRP Certified Clinical Research Coordinator
or SoCRA Certified Clinical Research Professional.

-All products and electronic files resulting from this contract effort
will become the property of the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine.

-Candidates MUST have U.S. citizenship or the ability to obtain
citizenship, and be able to pass a government background investigation.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Sharon Dees"
To:
Date: Thu, 20 May 2010 15:12:08 -0700
Subject: Post
Clinical Research Coordinator



Applications are now being solicited from highly motivated individuals
for immediately available, Clinical Research Coordinator for the United
States School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM), supporting CSTARS
operations located in Cincinnati, OH at the University Hospital.

This is a very dynamic position. The incumbent will support the Center
for the Sustainment of Trauma and Readiness Skills (C-STARS) by
providing research guidance services, clinical research coordination,
and support to advanced Critical Care Air Transport Team training for
DoD medics. State of the art tools will enable the person to achieve a
variety of processes providing significant impact for USAFSAM and the
field of Aerospace medicine.



The incumbent must have the ability to work independently, attention to
detail, organizational skills, ability to achieve set goals, display
initiative in performing assigned tasks, ability to follow-up complex
projects with proactivity and influence, integrity, and professionally
interact with all levels of personnel in and outside of the
organization.

-Coordinate military related research support, coordinate and
participate in all operational aspects of clinical research projects.

-Assess, prepare, complete, coordinate and submit protocol related
documents to both local and military Institutional Review Boards (IRB)
and Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), assure
compliance of general and study specific regulatory related processes
with SOPs, FDA, NIH, and applicable regulations for the reporting of
events to regulatory agencies, prepare progress reports for the
IRB/IACUC and provide auditing trails to assure protocol compliance,
maintain annual IRB approvals, amendments, and safety events, process
data queries and ensure resolution, identify problems and/or
inconsistencies and monitor patients' progress to include documentation
and reporting of adverse events; recommend corrective action as
appropriate, and assist in preparation of amendments to protocols and/or
modifications to study design as appropriate.

-Screen patients for study enrollment, assist in obtaining informed
consent, data collection and maintain data bases, attend rounds on
trauma patients with the trauma team, and evaluate patients for study
enrollment, follow patients' progress in the study, collect data, and
enter data into databases, coordinate and implement procedures to
collect data from patient charts, medical records, interviews,
questionnaires, diagnostic tests and other sources; Evaluate and
interpret collected clinical data in conjunction with principal
investigators as appropriate; code, evaluate and interpret collected
data and prepare appropriate documentation; obtain blood samples,
cultures, tissues and other specimens for laboratory analysis, confer
with principal investigators to assist in developing plans for research
projects and to discuss the interpretation of results; collaborate on
the preparation of manuscripts for publication.

-Manage research budgets and account for all research expenses.

-Review and extract data from existing military and civilian databases
for research and quality improvement.

-Develop Word documents, spreadsheets using Excel Program, presentations
using PowerPoint, and maintenance of local database using Access.

-Oversee and mentor faculty, residents, medical students, and cadets in
basic and clinical science research, provide guidance to lower level
personnel involved in planning, implementation and evaluation of
clinical studies, assist in training new personnel and maintain
essential staff documents, and coordinate human protections training for
personnel.

-Coordinate and schedule appointments, coordinate animal ordering and
delivery, oversee the ordering of supplies & equipment needed for
research projects, and keep track of pending orders.

-Coordinate the development of data collection tools, questionnaires,
databases and the application of research techniques; assist in writing
procedures manuals for data collection and coding, review journals,
abstracts and scientific literature to keep abreast of new developments
and to obtain information regarding previous studies to aid in the
planning of new studies, and develop and accomplish reports and updates
for government agencies quarterly, and upon request.

-Prepare oral presentations or written reports and analyses setting
forth progress, trends and appropriate recommendations or conclusions,
and draft and/or review written submissions for publication and or
professional presentations.

This is a full time position. The incumbent will serve as a contract
employee working for SpecPro, Inc. www.specpro-inc.com a highly
specialized firm regarded for Management, Engineering, Life Sciences,
and Biomedical R&D Services. Interested candidates should apply on line
at: at: www.specpro-inc.com Resumes may also be sent to:
Sharon.dees@specpro-inc.com



Required Knowledge/Skills

- Prefer: PhD or Masters in Clinical Research and the following
experience:

-Clinical research including human subjects' protections, regulatory
affairs, and data collection.

-Basic science research, data management, and principles of
epidemiology, and statistics.

-Healthcare background with knowledge of patient care and medical
records.

-Preferred certifications: ACRP Certified Clinical Research Coordinator
or SoCRA Certified Clinical Research Professional.

-All products and electronic files resulting from this contract effort
will become the property of the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine.

-Candidates MUST have U.S. citizenship or the ability to obtain
citizenship, and be able to pass a government background investigation.