Research Project Coordinator – Clinical Research Administration

Job Posting Number: 16513

Research – Clinical
New York, NY
November 29, 2017
Company Overview:

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Job Details:

The Office of Clinical Research Administration is hiring for a Research Project Coordinator (RPC) that will work in conjunction with the Business Analyst for institutional wide clinical research projects and work closely with the Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials Consortium (PCCTC) related to the management of Medidata Rave software.

You are:

  • Familiar with Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system management.
  • Interested in the data capture, management and reporting of clinical research data.
  • A natural problem solver that will take the initiative to research various methods for project planning and implementation.
  • Knowledgeable of the appropriate Institutional, State, and Federal regulations are followed throughout the course of a research project, database, or protocol.
  • Driven to learn how to independently develop project plans, gather requirements and perform the associated project management related to each study.

You will:

  • Be responsible for working on multiple project tasks in support of the requirements, solution design, implementation, and maintenance of eCRF solutions.
  • Assist in eCRF design, such as form layout and navigation. Create and test edit checks.
  • Convert business requirements into functional specifications.
  • Develop and coordinate tests scripts, testing activities, test plan and reports for database quality validation and/or user acceptance testing to ensure accurate database structure and appropriate data collected.
  • Act as technical liaison with project team members and data managers to assist with the technical aspects of project delivery.
  • Assist in problem solving including testing, troubleshooting techniques and issue resolution. Serve as an escalation point and subject matter expert in complex problem solving and resolution.
  • Using Team Foundation Server, write code according to specifications developed, results in expected output, is able to handle exceptions and errors, and is maintainable (i.e., subsequent programmers can understand and work with code developed).
  • Produce code and/or database objects that conform to application or industry standards (ie, security, naming conventions, etc).
  • Develop programs that may interface with other applications/databases, to meet complex business requirements.
  • Determine the criticality (e.g., degree to which department function or number of users involved) of production problem; responds immediately when critical. Keep user, management, and sponsor up-to-date on status of problem and resolution.

You need:

  • A minimum of 2 years of clinical research experience with a Bachelor’s degree.
  • Knowledge of Object Oriented Programming with C# is preferred.
  • Knowledge of Medidata Rave is a plus.
  • Familiarity with SQL is a plus.
  • Familiarity with a database management system (i.e., Microsoft SQL Server) is a plus.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently on multiple projects simultaneously and adjust to changing priorities.
  • Attention to detail and good organizational skills.

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