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Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator - Part Time

Company: Vitalief
Location: New Brunswick
Posted on: May 7, 2022

Job Description:

Job DescriptionOverviewVitalief is a fast growing, "best of breed" Clinical Trial Solutions Company. We are seeking a problem-solving oriented Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator to join our exceptional team on a part-time basis, that has a passion for establishing credibility with our clients by supporting our clients in planning and execution of successful clinical trials. Every trial is different and requires a solution that will optimize outcomes. Our approach explores innovative ways of delivering services in a distributed model that can support both decentralized and centralized trials.If you are interested in being part of a culture that includes the ability to have a voice challenging the status quo with novel thinking, flexible work environment, transparent and open communications, career pathing, and a variable incentive / reward system, then we want to speak with you!Note: Work is 100% on-site in New Brunswick, NJ, with the potential for hybrid (on-site / remote) work. Responsibilities:

  • Assist investigators to prepare and implement new clinical trials, screens and enrolls study. participants, and provide protocol-related clinical management to those participants while on study.
  • Ensure successful, patient-oriented, safe and effective conduct of clinical trials.
  • Serve as a resource to other staff members on available protocols, and general research topics such as FDA, IRB and GCP regulations.
  • Collaborate with Protocol Activation office to initiate and activation all new clinical trial protocols assigned utilizing Oncore Study-start up task list.
  • Collaborate with the clinical research team to ensure timely prescreening of potential subjects and or active cancer patients for all available clinical trials.
  • Reviews patient's charts and medical history to confirm protocol eligibility and obtains source documents (i.e., medical record documentation) as needed.
  • Proactively manages, coordinates and delivers high-quality, compassionate hands-on competent nursing care (oncology and/or non-oncology) and coordinates with the assigned clinical team, investigators, and ancillary departments (such as pathology, radiology, clinical laboratory, surgery, infusion services) as per protocol requirements and ensures adherence to the treatment plan and GCP guidelines.
  • Complete Serious/Unexpected Adverse Event (SAE) form for all internal and multicenter serious/unexpected adverse events as required by study sponsors, federal requirements and institutional guidelines. Ensures accurate completion of SAE follow-up reports and that physician attribution has been included in all AE reports.
  • Demonstrate basic knowledge to accomplish core tasks (SAE completion, access protocol attachments via Oncore™, enter charts into Medical Records Database, format and print patient study calendars).
  • Attend Training Programs, Modules, workshop, and seminars sponsored by OHRS as applicable.
  • Actively participates in disease specific DSG meetings; quality assurance activities such as audits and meetings with the Principal Investigator, when directed by supervisor, to keep up to date on departmental objectives.
  • Participate on task force and/or committees as applicable and/or other process improvement initiatives as assigned.Required Skills:
    • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a license to practice in the State of New Jersey.
    • Maintains active Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.
    • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing preferred. Equivalent education, experience and/or training may be substituted for the degree requirement.
    • Minimum of 1 year or more years of research nursing experience required.
    • Any Oncology research experience and/or Oncology certifications is a plus.
    • The ideal candidate should be proficient in computer applications (i.e., Oncore™, Word, Excel, medical records database systems, etc.).
    • Must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills in order to interact with subjects in a clear and a confident manner.
    • Must be able to maximize resources and be resourceful.
    • Must be capable of independent decision-making, and multitasking. Powered by JazzHROpwUmf7XIR

Keywords: Vitalief, New Brunswick , Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator - Part Time, Healthcare , New Brunswick, New Jersey

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