POSITION TITLE: Clinical Research Coordinator I
DEPARTMENT: Anterior Segment
Customer Service • Leadership • Accountability • Results Oriented • Innovation • Teamwork • You
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Ora Clinical is a full-service pre-clinical and clinical ophthalmic drug and device development firm. We’re known for our deeply rooted ophthalmology expertise, with a global team dedicated to bringing ophthalmic innovations to market. We provide proven pre-clinical and clinical models, powerful technology-based methods, and regulatory strategies across a broad variety of projects. We offer a comprehensive range of services characterized by our values of customer service, leadership, accountability, results, innovation, teamwork and you!
At Ora, we know a diverse workforce adds to our collective value and strength as an organization. People of color, the LGBTQIA+ community, disabled candidates and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Ora Clinical is proud to be an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to equal employment opportunity and fair, equitable compensation regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
SUMMARY OF POSITION: Ora’s Clinical Research Coordinator I (CRC I) have close relationships with the subjects who participate in our clinical trials located regionally, domestically, and at times, internationally. You will travel with a team of like-minded individuals to clinical sites as assigned to conduct world class research using proprietary methodologies. Once onsite, our CRC I’s will collect, record and organize research information for clinical projects, while ensuring compliance with clinical project protocol and overall clinical objectives. Our CRC I’s will partner with Senior Clinical Research Coordinators and Clinical Project Managers to execute protocol directives and work cross functionally with internal and external teams such as other Research Coordinators and Investigators.
- Performs clinical skills identified in the SOP at study visits
- Maintains protocol compliance during clinical projects
- Participates in study start-up activities such as putting together charts, pulling patient charts, ensuring site cleanliness
- Performs patient screening, recruitment, and enrollment
- Maintains study documents, including source documentation, case report forms, and regulatory documentation
- Enters data into electronic database and resolves data queries
- Responsibilities may differ slightly from the above based on specific needs of the business.
- Clear and sustained demonstration of the Ora Clinical’s Values of Customer Service, Leadership, Accountability, Results Oriented, Innovation and Teamwork.
- Required to travel 90% of the time nationally
- Bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences or 1-year experience in a clinical or lab setting including course work.
ADDITIONAL SKILLS and ATTRIBUTES:
- Previous experience as a research coordinator is strongly preferred
- Certified Ophthalmic Associate or Certified Ophthalmic Technician certifications is strongly preferred
- Advanced degree in related study is preferred but not required
- Medical skills and/or certifications such as (CPT) certified phlebotomist technician, (EMT) Emergency Medical Technician is preferred
- The ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends
- A team player attitude with a strong interest in clinical studies and enjoy interacting with patients
- Entry level