Clinical Research Coordinator

1st Allergy Asthma and Pediatr Published: March 13, 2018
Job Type


Clinical Research Coordinator
We are currently seeking an experienced Clinical research Coordinator to join our team in Denver, CO
Who we are:
IMMUNOe Research Centers is looking for a candidate with Clinical Research experience to join their team in Centennial. The IMMUNOe Clinical Research Coordinator is involved in all aspects of clinical trials research from pre-study planning to study completion and includes direct involvement in case management of study participants. Works under the supervision of the Principal Investigator and Site Manager.
Our staff is the key to providing our patients the level of excellence we pride ourselves on. Accordingly, we offer our employees a comprehensive benefit package with a very rich employer contribution; employer 401k matching; and a very competitive Paid Time Off package.
What you’ll do:
•Study visit preparation (Pre-study, Site Initiation, Interim and Close out)
•Creation and maintenance of quality source documents
•Patient recruitment, screening and enrollment
•Obtaining informed consent
•Maintaining and dispensing study product and supplies
•Accurate performance of delegated study required procedures (i.e. phlebotomy, lab sample preparation and shipping, EGG, PFT, etc.)
•Completion and timely entry of study data in the EDC and query resolution
•Ensure the quality of visit source documentation and case report forms
•Development and maintenance of Regulatory Document Binder

Our ideal candidate:
Education and Experience
•A bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry, human sciences, or other related scientific discipline.
•Related clinical experience and education may substitute for a bachelor’s degree.
•MUST have 2 to 5 years of previous CLINICAL Research experience.
•Certification in an applicable field (e.g. CCRC, CCRA, or CCRP) is preferred
Skills and Abilities
•Strict attention to detail
•Exceptional organization skills
•Strong written and communication skills
•Ability to manage multiple studies simultaneously
•Basic computer skills
•Honesty and integrity
•High level of professionalism
•Ability to work effectively as part of a high performance work team
•A thorough understanding of regulatory requirements including ICH/GCP guidelines, FDA, DHHS, and OHRP regulations
What we offer:
•Competitive salary commensurate with experience
•Comprehensive benefit package with a very rich employer contribution
•Employer 401k matching; and a very competitive Paid Time Off package.
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