Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Clinical Research Coordinator 3 in Boston, Massachusetts

Description Bring your clinical research expertise to a vibrant, newly remodeled, clinical research office. We are seeking experienced, professional staff to work in a team environment with a great group of physician-scientists striving to bring new treatments to the bedside to cure blindness in children and adults. As a Study Coordinator III in the Ophthalmology Clinical Research Office (OCRO) you will serve as the primary study coordinator and key member of the research team on a number of clinical trials and research studies within the Department of Ophthalmology. The primary focus of this senior role is to facilitate MEEI-led multi-center clinical trials and other multifaceted studies which require complex facilitation, involvement of federal agencies, and in-depth regulatory knowledge. For each study, this role will coordinate regulatory and enrollment aspects of participating studies to facilitate maximum recruitment, regulatory compliance, and integrity of data for activities at MEEI as well as at other sites for MEEI-led multi-center clinical trials. He or she will plan and organize ongoing data collection activities in the Ophthalmology Clinical Research Office, prepare and submit study related documents to the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (MEEI) IRB, FDA, and other institutions as needed, manage databases, assist in the preparation of grants, manuscripts, and other relevant publications and reports. The Ophthalmology Clinical Research Office (OCRO) at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary is located immediately adjacent to the Charles/MGH T stop. OCRO includes both the study-execution staff and those responsible for financial management. Come work within our exciting, cutting-edge team to hone your clinical research skills and build your career.

Requirements We require a bachelor’s degree in a relevant area. The incumbent must have experience in clinical research, including regulatory management, submissions to an IRB, and patient management. He or she need to possess the ability to interpret information and protocol requirements, and initiate appropriate actions. In addition he or she must possess strong organizational, verbal and problem solving skills, work well independently and as a part of a team. Attention to detail and the ability to work under deadline pressure are essential.

Requisition Number: 15-0538

Post Date: 5/25/2016

Title: Clinical Research Coordinator 3

Department: OCRO

City: Boston

State: MA