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Department: Oncology Research
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Day
Hours: 8:30a-5:00p
Job Details:
  • Associate's Degree
  • Northeast Georgia Medical Center (NGMC) is offering an exciting opportunity for an Oncology Clinical Research Coordinator! Our Coordinator's play an important role in the services that we provide and if you are an energetic professional who is passionate about providing the highest quality of nursing care to your patients; this is the job for you!

    Northeast Georgia Medical Center is committed to improving and supporting the highest quality of life for our patients in all that we do.  Located just 45 minutes north of Atlanta, Gainesville is a thriving community that offers a year round outdoor lifestyle with easy access to big city entertainment.

        The Clinical Research Coordinator supports the cancer research program and maintains appropriate and accurate documentation of patient/study participant evaluation data.

        The Clinical Research Coordinator coordinates strategies for recruitment of study participants, enrolls participants, and manages data collection and reporting for institutionally approved research studies.

        The position ensures the requirements are met for subject enrollment and compliance from entry through follow-up, investigator participation data report submission and audits. In addition, the Clinical Research Coordinator ensures that research protocols are evaluated and approved by appropriate internal and external oversight bodies including, but not limited to, the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), NGHS Institutional Review Board (IRB), NGHS Oncology Research Committee and appropriate principal investigators.

        The incumbent serves as a resource regarding clinical research and compliance for investigators, nurses, pharmacists, pathologists, radiologists and other health care personnel.

        Must have a bachelors degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in Biology or other health-related field. In the absence of experience in clinical research or clinical oncology, formal training in a clinically-based program such as nursing, is required.

        Must be eligible and attain the status of Certified Clinical Research Coordinator through the SOCRA or ACRP within one-year of eligibility.Attains and maintains SOCRA or ACRP certification.

        Maintains State of Georgia RN licensure. Previous experience in clinical trials, data management and a strong understanding of oncology are preferred.

        Must have experience in working with patients either through direct patient care or in the conduct of clinical research. Experience working with a variety of contacts within and outside of the workplace. Ability to manage group processes and build effective working relationships.



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