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There is an immediate opening for a Research RN Coordinator. Responsibilities include coordinating research activity related to protocols. Also responsible for preparing protocol-related forms/documents for submission to the IRB. Individual will assist in the education of staff about protocols and research and will ensure that pre-established work scope, study protocol and regulatory requirements are followed. Responsible for developing and maintaining record keeping systems and procedures. Minimal patient contact. Must be skilled in organizing resources and establishing priorities. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required. Must be detail oriented and understand good clinical practices and principles. UFHPTI offers a competitive salary/benefits package, an excellent work environment and the opportunity to be part of a team committed to providing world class service to our patients.
Qualified candidates should have a minimum of one (1) year prior work experience in research to include working with the IRB. Oncology experience strongly preferred. Must hold a current, active license as a Registered Nurse. Current BLS certification required. BS degree in nursing preferred. Experience working in an academic setting is helpful. Research certification a plus. Familiarity with the Code of Federal Regulations as they pertain to human subject clinical research is preferred. Excellent computer skills required.
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