University of Utah Clinical Data Manager II in Salt Lake City, Utah
Open Date 01/31/2017
Requisition Number PRN13423B
Job Title Clinical Data Manager II
Working Title Research Data Coordniator
Job Grade E
FLSA Code Administrative
Patient Care Job Code? No
Standard Hours per Week 40 hours
Full Time or Part Time? Full Time
Work Schedule Summary
VP Area Health Sciences
Department 01167 - HCI Clinical Trials Operations
City Salt Lake City, UT
Type of Recruitment External Posting
Pay Rate Range 39,300 to 55,000
NOTE: May close at anytime.
Open Until Filled
NOTE: May close at anytime. Yes
The Research Data Coordinator is responsible for managing the technical and administrative details involved in the data collection and maintenance for a clinical trial. TheRDCwill work with the principal investigator, study staff and monitors to ensure quality data, and will assist the principal investigator in achieving data integrity and study objectives through the successful implementation and completion of protocol data requirements, and when necessary, patient contact will be required to facilitate clinical research coordination efforts.
Assess the study protocol for clarity and subject safety, review inclusion/exclusion criteria, and clarify questions and concerns with the principal investigator and sponsor.
Attend and participate in investigator and staff study meetings; advise team regarding specific study assignments and timelines.
Obtain study patients’ medical history and demographics; maintain subject log as well as subject’s source documentation (including historical data, status reports, progress notes, laboratory and imaging results, etc.).
Report and track adverse events; report serious adverse events to the sponsor,IRB, and to the Data and Safety Monitoring Committee.
Collect and maintain protocol-required study data and records in physical or electronic patient research chart.
Enter study data into case report forms (CRF); maintain a current and accurate studyCRFdatabase; and complete, correct and submit CRFs to the study sponsor.
Schedule, coordinate and participate in interim monitoring visits and study closure monitoring visits; address queries and make corrections to study data, as appropriate. Prepare and complete study-related documentation such as protocol worksheets, logs, procedural manuals, adverse event reports and progress reports.
Request protocol-required archival pathology specimens.
Collect and submit or upload protocol-required radiology and other imaging data.
Collect study data from patients in long-term follow-up, including search of the electronic medical record system, or communication with the patient via mail or phone call (otherwise, this position has very little interaction with study subjects).
Confirm or verify protocol deviations, reconcile test article accountability at study close out and prepare reports for sponsor.
Maintain data and documents as required byFDAguidelines.
Perform functions required of the Clinical Research Coordinator as necessary, including but not limited to patient informed consent, patient scheduling, and patient visits, etc. as necessary to assist with study compliance.
May maintain contact withIRBand prepare and submitIRBdocuments.
May help to ensure proper collection, processing and shipment of specimens.
Bachelor’s degree in the life sciences, pharmacy, nursing, a related subject, or equivalency.
Requires two or more years of relevant clinical data management experience.
Understanding of basic regulations involving clinical trials, clinical data management, and clinical data systems.
Ability to perform all data management activities associated with a clinical trial with a high degree of quality.
Possess all skills, knowledge and competencies required of theCDMI position.
Type Benefited Staff
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