Has knowledge of and follows good clinical practice, FDA, OHRP and HIPAA policies
Serves as primary contact for research protocols as delegated by Principal Investigator (PI) Assumes responsibility of ensuring adherence and proper execution of all protocol procedures and accurate collection of data
Conducts recruitment activities as required to achieve expected study enrollment
Prescreen, recruit and screen study participants and coordinate their protocol-specified study visit activities and help facilitate their continued participation
Maintain subject logs and research charts in sites’ CTMS. Collect and submit source data per protocol requirements, maintaining data integrity. Resolve queries.
Assure collection, processing and shipment of any protocol required samples for local or central laboratory analysis
Performs ECGs for PI review
Maintain study supply inventory
Monitors patient adverse events and serious adverse events and reports per Sponsor and IRB requirements
Assist in the preparation for and participates in the conduction of audits/ monitoring visits as required
Works in collaboration with physicians, nurse practitioners, infusion nurses and entire health care team to ensure protocol is followed
Minimum Qualifications/ Experience and Education Requirements
At least 5 years of clinical research experience, oncology preferred.
Requires effective communication, both written and verbal and time management skills
Requires ability to understand and implement protocols – oncology or early phase research preferred.
Requires computer proficiency such as email and Microsoft Office Suite and familiarity with Electronic Data Capture (EDC) systems.
Must be a self-motivated individual with the ability to think critically and work independently.
Requires strong interpersonal skills and ability to build rapport with a diverse patient population
Must be able to effectively present information and respond to questions from Investigator’s and patients
Must be able to work with a multidisciplinary team and be team-oriented
Ability to adapt to changing needs and priorities
Committed to ensuring patient safety, exceptional care, and compassion.
Preferred Knowledge, Abilities and Skills
CCRC or CCRP. If no current certification must have the goal to obtain.
Experience with early-phase/ first-in-human clinical trials
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience with the option of performance bonuses.
About New Mexico Cancer Care Associates
New Mexico Cancer Care Associates (NMCCA) is seeking a positive, detail-oriented Clinical Research Coordinator to join our research team. NMCCA partners with numerous local specialty services in Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico to help operationalize a cutting-edge, early-phase research program in a community-based setting. NMCCA’s community-based research program strives to provide cancer research opportunities for patients with the goal of delivering the latest cancer care to patients closer to the community in which they live. By doing this, we believe we can help reduce disparities in cancer care, increase participation in clinical trials and overall improve the quality of cancer care.