|Organization Name||Job Categories||Position Type||Region and Location(s)||Career Level||Salary||Ad Online Since||Application Deadline|
|St. Paul's Hospital / Nephrology Research||Full Time||Entry Level||N/A||2020-01-13||2020-03-13|
Position Title: Clinical Research Coordinator
Part time to full time hours depending on applicant selection
One position is based out of Vancouver.
A second position will work through Surrey and will require a more experienced coordinator because this position will work very independently.
Please specify if one geographic location is preferable to the other.
Conduct and oversee clinical trials and research projects within the UBC Renal Research Department at St. Paul’s Hospital and Vancouver General Hospital. The Research Coordinator is responsible for the quality of all aspects of the work. The studies vary in scope from small and confined to the hospitals, to large, international and multi-centered studies.
Direct working relationship with the Primary Investigators, Co-investigators and Nephrology research manager. This position requires working both independently and in cooperation with physicians, allied health professionals and representatives of pharmaceutical industry.
Responsible for the general conduct of all clinical trials, implementation and compliance with study protocols; regulatory and essential documentation for the conduct of clinical trials; setting out work plans and timelines; integrity of data collection; creation, preparation and maintenance of study documents (in accordance with ICH Guidelines); adherence to Standard Operating Procedures.
Consequence of Error/Impact of Decisions
Judgment and impact of decisions involved in the position scopes a number of areas:
If any of these situations were to occur, clinical trials may be unable to proceed within the institution.
Direct working relationship with the Principal Investigator for each clinical trial the Coordinator is responsible for. Direct working relationship with the research manager.
Works within timelines set out in work plan. Work reviewed against achievement of project objectives
Director of Research - Investigators - Research Manager - Research Coordinator
Qualifications & Skills
University degree in a relevant health discipline plus a minimum of three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Computer as well as excellent writing skills. Self-directed, committed, patient and detail oriented. Must be able to assess patients independently under physician’s supervision.
Interested applicants will only be considered if a relevant cover letter is provided.
Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.