Riverside Health Systems Coordinator-Ophthalm Research in Loma Linda, California

  • Job Summary: *This is a temporary position approximately 10/15/2017-4/15/2018 The Clinical Research Coordinator supports, facilitates, develops and coordinates clinical trial activities. The CRC works closely with the Principal Investigator, Administration, sponsor and institution to support and provide guidance on all aspects of clinical studies including but not limited to compliance, Grants Management, IRB demands, study implementation and closure. These functions are in accordance with GCP/ICH/IRB/LLUHC/LLU policies and procedures. Performs other duties as needed. Job Specifications:* Bachelor's Degree required; or High School Diploma or GED and an additional two years of ophthalmic/research experience accepted in lieu of degree. In depth knowledge of clinical ophthalmology. Minimum two years' experience in ophthalmology. Proficiency required in Microsoft Office software. Satisfactory completion of (competency in) Loma Linda departmental standards within 90 days of hire. Current BLS/CPR required within 90 days of hire. Valid California driver's license and vehicle liability insurance required. When needed by study, Certification with Wisconsin Reading Center and/or certification in refractometry is/are required within 120 days of notification. Complete IRB education training is required within 10 days of hire. Demonstrated general computer skills to include database use, data entry, report retrieval, forms design, and document editing including Microsoft Word, Excel, l and Microsoft Power Point. Requires proficient use of copier, fax machine and telephones; excellent digital dexterity, and excellent hand-eye coordination to utilize ophthalmic testing instruments. Organizational, discretional, and prioritizing skills essential with the ability to perform multiple duties with close attention to detail. Must be able to work positively and professionally in person, by phone and written documentation with physicians, co-workers, investigators, consortia, study monitors, patients and their families. Must understand and respect a team directed environment and facilitate the best possible outcome for the team. Ability to understand and analyze medical research data, FDA guidelines and GCP's along with standard operating procedures in research activities required. Ability to develop and follow research plans. Good oral and written communication skills with ability to communicate effectively with patients and medical personnel. Ability to learn various computer programs in a short amount of time. Requires 20/ 30 best corrected vision, excellent hand eye coordination for testing equipment function. Flexibility in adjusting work schedule to Clinic needs. Reliable transportation required for travel between clinic and meeting locations, as needed.**

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Division: Faculty Physicians & Surgeons

Department: Opthalmology-Research

Schedule: Full-Time

Shift: AM/PM

Hours: Temp pos 10/15/17-4/15-18 M-Th 8a-5p; F 7:30a-4:30p