Job: Clinical Research Coordinator (Gilbert)

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Job Description

Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers has beautiful state-of-the-art integrated Cancer and Women's Centers, with locations strategically located throughout the Valley. Each one provides a superior cancer care environment with a full spectrum of cancer related services for patients. Our multi-disciplinary team approach includes surgical oncology, medical oncology, radiation oncology, women's centers, diagnostic imaging services, social service support, nutritionist, integrative services, and genetic counseling.

Mission Statement:  To serve the community by providing quality, comprehensive cancer care which respects the values and needs of each individual.

Overview:  We are looking for an experienced Clinical Research Coordinator to be a part of our research department.  It is an integral part of the care offered at our cancer centers.  The Research Coordinator manages and coordinates all aspects of conducting clinical trials within Ironwood Physicians, PC facilities, both clinically and administrative/regulatory. Required to have in-depth knowledge of protocol requirements and ensures that studies are properly conducted in conformance with the protocol guidelines, departmental standards and good clinical practices as set forth by federal regulations and international guidelines.  Clinical research experience required.

Position is full-time, day shift, Monday through Friday.  No call or weekends.  Current need is in Gilbert.

Essential Functions include but are not limited to:

  • Screen, consent and enroll patients into cancer research studies
  • Collaborate with physicians and clinical staff on research patient care management and coordination
  • Perform all study related procedures
  • Assessment and documentation of all adverse and serious adverse events
  • Visit and Test scheduling
  • Data entry
  • Blood draws, processing & shipping
  • Vital Signs & Electrocardiograms

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Excellent clinical and functional skills
  • Organized and detail oriented
  • Data entry experience a plus
  • Computer skills required (Microsoft office)
  • Strong communication and team building skills a must
  • Willing to travel between offices

Education and Experience:

  • Clinical experience in Oncology or other acute care required.
  • Prior research coordinator and phlebotomy experience required
  • Current IATA, Human subjects protection training or GCP training highly desirable.
  • Associate or Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Specialty certification such as CCRC preferred.

We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit package including health/dental/vision and life insurance, 401K, and a caring work environment. We are an E.O.E.

Please visit our website at "Outsmarting Cancer One Patient at a Time"