National Jewish Health National Research Coordinator in Denver, Colorado

General SummaryFunctions as a traveling research coordinator to clinical centers across theUnited States working with local research teams or independently to develop,implement and coordinate clinical research. This position will performdiverse administrative duties requiring analysis, sound judgement and a highlevel of study specific protocol. Travel to other clinical centers across theUnited States throughout the calendar year will be required.Essential Responsibilities1. Daily logging and reporting of activities.2. Organizational skills related to travel, including but not limitedto: booking/securing travel arrangements, saving all travel relatedreceipts, and submitting receipts for reimbursement.3. Well versed in Good Clinical Practices, Food and Drug AdministrationRules and Regulations, NIH guidelines, HIPAA regulations and ICHguidelines in relation to clinical trials.4. Become familiar with institution Policy and Procedures for NationalJewish Health and each institution that he/she travels to.5. Is fully knowledgeable with the purpose and the details of studyprotocol in which he/she will be involved through review of the consent,protocol and IRB submission documents, avoiding deviations from the protocol.6. Works well as a member of the clinical research team with positive andtimely written and verbal communication, including sharing information up,down and laterally.7. Exhibits positive behaviors interacting with colleagues and studysubjects, sets a tone for effective communication at each new site.8. Recruits and interviews prospective subjects for the clinical study,consistently meeting or exceeding goals.9. Familiarizes potential subjects with the details of the study throughphone contacts and personal interviews. Schedules subject participation inresearch, coordinating availability of necessary space, laboratory andphysician support.10. Properly dispenses study medication under the direction of the PrincipalInvestigator and/or Sub-investigators.11. Assures compliance with protocol, completion of necessary records,and scheduling of monitoring and subject visits.12. Is familiar with all records required for each study, reviews recordsafter each visit for completeness and accuracy.13. Transfers source documentation into Case Report Form (CRF) within 24hours of subject visit.14. Maintains patient NJH and clinical research files, including updatingmedical history, allergies and concomitant medications on an ongoing basis.15. Shows initiative to identify and implement ways to improve their job andsurroundings.16. Seeks supervision appropriately. Plans work in a manner that allowsadequate completion of all tasks. Follows through on assignments in a timelymanner.17. May be called upon to perform the following specific tests andprocedures, including others not listed: a) spirometry and otherpulmonary function tests, b) electrocardiogram, c) blood pressure,pulse, height, weight, and temperature measurements d) phlebotomy andspecimen processing, e) data collection and formatting into Excel, asnecessary18. Demonstrates accuracy in all details, is able to record and reportproperly in patient records all pertinent information.19. Performs subject competencies (including age-specific competencies)as identified through the departmental competency program. Maintainscompliance for training for specific tests and procedures, as needed per NJHpolicy and study protocol.20. Implements care and services that recognize age-specific needs and issuesfor customers served. Performs as a back-up to staff absences and vacancies,as necessary.21. Demonstrates adherence to the policies and procedures established by bothNJH and their specific Unit. This includes but is not limited to, time andattendance policies.22. Performs all other duties as assigned.Knowledge and SkillsExcellent interpersonal communication and organizational skills is a must.Good command of the English language, both written and ve