Research Coordinator Non-Clinical

Cancer & Blood Disorders Center



M-F 20 hours per week

Under the supervision of the department leadership is responsible for the administration, coordination, database management and reporting requirements for designated approved research.  Assures and maintains professional standards for practices in conducting clinical investigations. Possesses and maintains an in-depth knowledge of federal regulations and guidance documents required for clinical trials and human subject protection, assuring compliance with protocol and regulatory requirements, and by collecting, recording and maintaining data and source documents.

Experience, Education and Training Minimum: Bachelors degree required.  Knowledge of research processes, procedures and regulations acquired through progressive experience in supporting or performing research. 3-5 years research experience preferred. IRB familiarity preferred.  Must possess effective computer skills to include familiarity with Microsoft Excel, Access, and other standard software. Ability to analyze and problem solve independently. Exceptional interpersonal skills that display effective and professional customer service skills and interactions. Ability to travel to various locations as required for performance of job role.