Full-time, Paid, Clinical Research Coordinator, Endocrinology

August 11, 2021

Wed., June 30

The Department of Endocrinology at Columbia University

Position Description
The Department of Endocrinology at Columbia University is seeking a clinical research coordinator to join their team.

Responsibilities include:

  • Screening, recruiting and retaining research participants for obesity and diabetes prevention lifestyle studies
  • Maintaining extensive knowledge of all aspects of the protocol: inclusion/exclusion criteria, procedures, methods, data collection procedures, timeline, and outcome variables
  • Collecting surveys and laboratory data, conducting study visits with participants, and tracking participant outcomes
  • Entering data and maintaining the database
  • Providing oversight and disbursement of stipends
  • Compiling information and statistics for NIH reports
  • Assisting in preparation of study related documentation for submission to the Institutional Review Board (IRB), the Clinical Research Center (CTSA-CRR), and the Clinical Trials Office (CTO)
  • Assisting with publications, various grant reports including NIH Data Safety Monitoring: generate graphs, figures, tables, and organize references with EndNote
  • Performing data acquisition, materials calibration and standardization of the study app, actigraphy and continuous glucose monitoring system
  • Managing inventory and procurement of supplies including contact with vendors, proper storage, and keeping up-to-date logs
  • Managing biospecimen processing, assay requests, and freezer maintenance
  • Participating in the medical surveillance program

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Computer fluency in MS Word and Excel
  • 2 years of related experience
  • Master's Degree in related field is a plus
  • Experience in a clinical research setting with knowledge of HIPAA, GCP and EPIC, and previous use of statistical software (R or SPSS) is a plus
  • Successful completion of applicable compliance and systems training requirements

Time Commitment
Full-time, 35 hours per week.