St. Luke’s Health System has an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Research Coordinator to join our team in Boise, Idaho. This position will report to the Clinical Research Manager.
The Clinical Research Coordinator is responsible for identifying eligible patients for research and ensuring that research protocols are carried out accurately through assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation. This individual will coordinate care and communicate essential information about the research protocol between other professional disciplines and outside agencies, and ensure that all documentation is complete. This position must comply with Code of Federal Regulations, International Conference of Harmonization Guidelines, Office for Human Research Protection Standards and St. Luke’s Health System (SLHS) Policies and Procedures.
1. Prepare for and meet with study monitors to initiate studies, review case report forms and study manuals, and resolve questions during the institutional site visits. Prepare for and meet with auditors during scheduled audits.
2. Initiate and submit Serious Adverse Events reports to study sponsor in collaboration with the physician and principal investigator.
3. Review clinical records, abstract necessary data and complete case report forms for assigned patients. Evaluate case report forms for accuracy and compliance to protocols. Submit completed case report forms to protocol sponsor or appropriate registry within required timelines.
4. Manage data for research protocols including source documentation, enrollment/randomization to studies, data compilation, and long-term maintenance.
5. Document research process, adverse event grading, consent process, patient progress on study and reflect same in case report form.
6. Maintain research database, including input on new data elements, and correction and updates of existing elements. Work with hospital computer specialists to review new software/systems for data management.
7. Perform Institutional Review Board related duties as needed.
8. Serve as liaison and reference to physicians, investigators and other staff members for questions regarding data collection and protocol procedures and requirements.
9. Maintain high standards of ethical behavior in doing research in relationship to the patient, as well as government and private sponsoring agencies.
Bachelor’s degree, or 4 years’ experience in lieu of degree
3 years’ experience
ACRP or SoCRA certification, or moving towards eligibility for these certifications.
Previous research experience and/or related clinical experience desired
Why St. Luke's?
For a career in the healthcare field, there is simply no better choice in Idaho than St. Luke’s. We are the state’s largest private employer with more than 15,000 employees and a medical staff of more than 1,300 physicians. We are Idaho’s largest and fastest-growing health care organization, and its only locally-owned, full service, not-for-profit health system.
St. Luke’s enjoys an outstanding reputation as both a quality employer and a superior healthcare organization. We are proud of our people who deliver skilled, compassionate care every day, and strive to add individuals who will continue this tradition of excellence to our team.
*St. Luke’s is an equal opportunity employer without regard to race, religion, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status or condition protected by law.