Research Study Coordinator

Under the supervision of the Principal
Investigator (PI) serve as the Research Study Coordinator for the
Interventional Endoscopy Program and the Kardashian Center for Esophageal
Health. Conduct and have primary responsibility for the operations of
research trial protocols and enroll trial subjects within the division of
digestive diseases. Responsibility involves coordination and management. Duties
include but not limited to: recruit, interview, evaluate, and determine
eligibility of study candidates for research participation; maintain subject
relationships to enhance subject trial retention; maintain strict subject
confidentiality; perform protocol-based data collection and reporting,
including adequate documentation of informed consent and adverse events, work
with central offices and division staff for study inception as well as closing
studies. Will also attend research study and programmatic calls and meetings.Qualifications
Required:* Ability and experience to manage and run multiple clinical trials concurrently.* Ability to coordinate /prioritize work schedule, subject enrollment and P.I's time* Familiarity with federal regulatory standards relating to human subjects research, FDA and NIH* Familiarity with clinical trial protocol development.* Ability to assess regulatory needs/obligations/hurdles of research protocols.* Experience in IRB applications and informed consent.* Skills in writing both for lay and scientific audience (methods sections of papers/ads/newsletter)* Ability to understand and critique published research.* Knowledge of staff certification requirements for clinical trials (human subjects training, laboratory, radiation and biohazard safety, IATA shipping, etc).* Ability to have transportation throughout LA area to all UCLA Health sites as needed for projects.
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.