Clinical Research CoordinatorRegional Cancer Care Associates
Regional Cancer Care Associates (RCCA) has become one of the largest oncology physician networks in the United States and the largest in the Northeast. With approximately 800 employees at every level of Oncologic healthcare, RCCA is committed to treating cancer patients with the highest-quality treatments and the highest-quality healthcare professionals Join the fight against cancer
As an Oncology Clinical Research Coordinator, you will be an integral part of studies here at RCCA - Maryland Division, by recruiting participants and collecting and managing the study data. Here are some of the job responsibilities:
- Provide overall coordination of study-related activities for patients enrolled in cancer research studies through the RCCA research program.
- Coordinate with RCCA Principal Investigators, Clinical Trials Manager and study sponsors and CROs to ensure that clinical research activities are performed in accordance with local and federal regulations and adhere to policies and procedures of RCCA and the sponsors and CROs.
- Assist in the coordination of tests and visits for patients and work with the RCCA study team to maximize work efficiency and productivity.
- Assist in IRB submissions and interact with the Clinical Trials Manager to maintain regulatory documents and administrative files for each protocol. Working with research nurses, treating physicians, and Principal Investigators to confirm that each patient meets eligibility criteria specified for protocols and enrollment into clinical trials. Maintain patient and regulatory research records.
- Confer with all members of the clinical team to confirm appropriateness and timeliness of tests.
- Collect follow-up data on patient’s post-treatment as required by the protocol.
- Submits monthly reports to Clinical Research Manager, tracking patient enrollment and accounts/ payments for sponsored protocols.
- Enter research data into a centralized database as per protocol requirements.
- Attend investigator meetings as required or requested by the Principal Investigator.
- Prepare other study materials as requested by the Principal Investigator such as informed consent documents, case report forms, enrollment logs and drug/device accountability logs.
- Experience in Oncology Patient
- Recruitment and retention skills are essential.
- Travel between offices is required.
- Must have two or more years of Oncology clinical research experience required.
Why Should You Apply?
- Great pay.
- Weekends off.
- Excellent benefits.
- Paid Time Off.