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Agile Research Team Nurse [CRN Y&H] (XR06)

Leeds Teaching Hospitals

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Job summary

The newly structured Agile Research Team, part of the Yorkshire and Humber Clinical Research Networks core team (Y&H CRN), are now recruiting a Band 6 Research Nurse. The current vacancy represents an excellent opportunity for a motivated and hardworking nurse to be involved in all specialities of research. Delivering research across a variety of settings, such as GP Practices, Schools, Prisons, Care Homes and NHS Trusts. Full support and training will be given for those new to working in these areas.

Experience as a Research Nurse is desirable but not essential. However, you should be able to transfer your previously gained relevant clinical skills and knowledge to the role of the Research Nurse. The post holder will be supported by the Senior Research Nurse and fellow Agile Research Team practitioners. Those new to research will undergo a full induction programme. All staff are offered mentorship and regular 1-1 as part of the Agile Teams SOPs.

Main duties of the job

The Y&H CRN Agile Research Team works on delivering large national portfolio research projects across a variety of clinical specialties throughout the region; successful applicants must be willing to be mobile and flexible in their working approach. This role is based at St. Jamess Hospital, in the Research and Innovation Centre and employed by Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust. This role has a mixture of working on site and working from home. Travel reimbursement from your base to research delivery locations will be provided in line with the national Agenda for Change Terms and Conditions. Interested applicants are encouraged to have informal discussions about this with members of the Agile team.

Further information about the Agile Research Team can be found here:

https://sites.google.com/nihr.ac.uk/art/home?authuser=0

Informal discussions about the Agile Research Team and the role are encouraged.

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) was created as part of the Department of Healths Research and development strategy, to provide a world-class infrastructure for clinical trials and high quality research in all areas of disease and clinical need within the NHS. The Clinical Research Network Yorkshire and Humber (CRN Y&H) is part of the NIHR and is one of 15 Local Clinical Research Networks in England and aims to support clinical teams to recruit NHS patients to NIHR portfolio studies.

The CRN Y&H area includes 22 Trusts and 21 CCGs and staff provide a coordinated and efficient infrastructure of research personnel and facilities to support recruitment and drive clinical research delivery performance across the locality.

Leeds Teaching Hospitals is committed to our process of redeploying 'at risk' members of our existing workforce to new roles. As such, all our job adverts are subject to this policy and we reserve the right to close, delay or remove adverts while this process is completed. If you do experience a delay in the shortlisting stage of the recruitment cycle, please bear with us while this process is completed, and contact the named contact if you have any questions.

Date posted

02 September 2022

Agenda for change

£33,706 to £40,588 a year

Working pattern

Reference number.

C9298-TEX-0001

Job locations

St. James's University Hospital

Beckett Street

Job description

Job responsibilities.

OB DESCRIPTION AND PERSON SPECIFICATION

1. JOB DETAILS

Job Title: CRN: Y&H - Agile Research Team Nurse / Practitioner

Reports to: Agile Research Team Nurse Hub Leader

Accountable to: Agile Research Team Senior Nurse (Band 7)

Band: Band 6

Unit/Department: Clinical Research Network: Yorkshire & Humber

AfC Job No: 3424

NETWORK SUMMARY

The National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network (NIHR CRN) has been created

as part of the Department of Health and Social Cares R&D strategy, to provide a world-class

infrastructure for clinical trials and high-quality research in all areas of disease and clinical need

within the NHS. The Clinical Research Network Yorkshire and Humber (CRN: Y&H) is one of 15 Local

Clinical Research Networks (LCRNs) in England encompassing and aims to support clinical and R&D

teams to recruit participants to NIHR portfolio studies.

The CRN Y&H includes 22 partner Trusts, 21 CCGs and multiple community, primary care, local

authority and non-NHS organisations. It provides a coordinated and efficient infrastructure of

research personnel to support patient and public recruitment into clinical research projects across

the region. The Clinical Research Network measures its effectiveness against a set of high-level

ambitions. In broad terms, these ambitions are to:

Create a research portfolio delivering across a range of health and social care providers focusing on regional population health priorities.

Improve recruitment to time and target for commercial and non-commercial studies.

Increase the CRN: Y&H profile with industry partners.

Maintain significant levels of participation in NIHR CRN portfolio studies.

Engage effectively with patients and the public in the development of the Network.

Engage with our partner organisation workforce in the delivery of network objectives.

Develop an agile workforce in order to deliver against our key strategic priorities.

The CRN: Y&H comprises five Delivery Divisions, and a number of cross cutting work-streams (e.g.

Industry Delivery, Study Support Services and Business Intelligence). The CRN: Y&H is led by a

Clinical Director, Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Deputy Chief Operating Officer (DCOO). The five

Delivery Divisions are led by Research Delivery Managers.

2. JOB PURPOSE/SUMMARY

The post holder will play a key role as a member of the Agile Research Team to ensure the NIHR CRN Yorkshire & Humber provides clinical study support to various clinical specialities conducting research in NHS and other public health and social care environments.

Working closely with the Agile Research Team Nurse, Hub Leader, the post holder will take responsibility for the day to day supervision of staff , the training & development of agile staff across Yorkshire & Humber in specialist clinical or knowledge area, and the co-ordination and facilitation of concurrent research studies.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES & AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

Managerial:

Ensure that all activity is based on NHS and CRN policies and procedures.

Accept responsibility for the day to day management of various research studies, ensuring that the service to patients is maintained to a high standard.

Identify hazards, assess and categorise and report risks using the appropriate systems for

Risk Management.

Consult with the ART Hub Leader on key developments to ensure the efficient and effective management of CRN: Y&H resources.

Maintain efficient and effective communication with the Agile Research Team Hub Leader on issues related to staff conduct within research trials and impact on participant care.

Strong advocate for teamwork.

Contributes to a flexible and cohesive team to meet the needs of the Yorkshire & Humber wider region.

Able to facilitate effective Team Meetings.

Continual review and evaluation of team effectiveness.

Work with performance measures, in collaboration with the team to maintain standards of research and participant care.

Review team objectives and provide monthly feedback on team development to Agile Research Team Senior Nurses and Workforce Development Lead.

Maintain flexibility of staff between research teams.

Research Trial Set Up and Initiation:

To support the coordination, preparation and submission of research proposals for approval to coordinate with departmental managers, Trust research Governance officers, NRES administrators, HRA, CRN: Y&H Study Support Service Officers/Managers as applicable, to ensure that applications for approval are submitted in a timely and compliant manner.

To ensure that all relevant approvals are in place prior to commencing each trial.

Clinical Practice:

To have a solid understanding of the application of ICH GCP Guidelines, the EU Directive on Clinical Research and Research Governance.

To identify patients suitable for entry into clinical trials and research studies. This may include attending clinics and multidisciplinary team meetings, reviewing medical notes and inclusion/exclusion criteria.

To ensure patients / carers are provided with written information relevant to the research study and are given the opportunity to discuss the research study or clinical trial adequately at the outset and during the course of the research or clinical trial in which they are being asked to participate (i.e. informed consent).

To attend and support patients in the clinical environment for monitoring, assessment and follow up as part of research projects.

Where appropriate, to take consent from patients/participants to enter research studies.

To take relevant patient samples for clinical trials; such as blood samples to centrifuge and separate serum, package and dispatch as per defined protocols, where appropriate.

Observe patients and monitor treatment toxicity/side effects, escalating findings accordingly.

Administer trial medication, as required appropriate to professional status.

Maintain accurate patient trial documentation, complete Case Record Forms, including the use of electronic data capture systems and ensure relevant information is recorded in patients medical notes.

Ensure safety data is reported in line with required SOPs and study protocols, and report are sent in a timely manner.

To ensure safe and appropriate storage of specimens, in accordance with the trial protocol and in conjunction with specialist teams.

To record and report any adverse events and serious adverse events according to trial protocol and local procedures.

Professional:

To manage allocated projects, set timescales and resolve problems. Responsibilities within a particular trial must be discussed, agreed and documented within the Study File before conducting any trial related activities.

To provide research support for individual trials being conducted within the network region. It is expected that this may involve working on more than one project at any time and in more than one clinical speciality as appropriate.

To ensure that training pertinent to the role is up to date e.g. GCP-ICH, Informed Consent as well as mandatory training as required by individual Trusts. Attend training to maintain clinical skills as appropriate.

To be flexible in approach to work as the role may require flexibility in terms of timing e.g. for specific treatments.

To work with minimal supervision and be self-directing in all areas of practice relating to the conduct of clinical trials and research studies.

To assist with the preparation and presentation of abstracts and papers for meetings, conferences and publications.

In accordance with professional codes, maintain own professional development and competence to practice whilst actively supporting others

Person Specification

  • Significant experience at NHS AfC band 5 or equivalent either in research or nursing speciality.
  • Experience in developing, implementing and following standard procedures.
  • Experience of the clinical care of patients enrolled in research studies.
  • Experience of undertaking or planning clinical trials.
  • Demonstrable relevant CPD.
  • Flexible approach to working and a desire to develop knowledge.
  • Knowledge of the governance and legislative framework for conducting clinical research studies, including ICH Good Clinical Practice.
  • Knowledge of current national systems and structures for the approval, management and monitoring of clinical research in the NHS.
  • Knowledge of the clinical trial lifecycle including experience of the set up and performance management of clinical research studies.
  • Current clinical skills.
  • Good IT Skills, particularly in the use of Web applications and MS Office applications.
  • Experience of working on a portfolio of research studies within the NHS, both commercial and non-commercial research.
  • Experience of HR issues.
  • Professional knowledge of specialist clinical area.
  • Cannulation and Phlebotomy.
  • Experience in the use of Google Hub.

Skills & behaviours

  • Be enthusiastic for the field of clinical research and a strong desire to improve patient outcomes and wellbeing through the conducting of high-quality research.
  • Confident approach with the ability to instil confidence in others.
  • Motivated and able to motivate and develop others.
  • Logical approach to problem solving and ability to be objective.
  • Highly responsive to requests for help.
  • Invests time to understand the needs, priorities and goals of others they are working with.
  • Mature, flexible and co-operative approach. Friendly, professional and outgoing manner. Respects confidentiality and confidences.
  • Considerate of other peoples views.
  • Honest, respectful and professional in all interactions.
  • Listens to concerns or complaints.
  • Helps others to resolve problems and address issues.
  • Ensures decisions are communicated to others who need to know.
  • Delivers on commitments and promises.
  • Understands how their work is contributing to the wider Network strategy.
  • Conveys confidence in others capabilities and promotes their success. Contributes to decisions about the future direction of the Network.

Practical Skills or Additional Requirements

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a small specialist team.
  • Ability to communicate difficult and sometimes challenging information both orally and in writing, both internally to colleagues and externally to a range of audiences.
  • Ability to liaise with and develop links with colleagues in partner organisations.
  • Ability to prepare and deliver presentations and reports to a high standard.
  • Strong problem solving and negotiation skills.
  • Ability to manage time effectively, prioritise work and to deliver results consistently to tight deadlines.
  • Ability to plan, manage and deliver complex projects, involving multiple agencies and individuals and a range of tasks.
  • Able to work on own initiative with limited supervision.
  • Desk based, some heavy lifting (e.g. Stationery/research equipment) and travel across Trusts within the CRN: Y&H region.

Qualifications

  • RN (Adult part 1) NMC Register or Health Care Professional HCPC registered or Professional knowledge of clinical research.
  • Postgraduate level qualification or equivalent knowledge demonstrable experience.
  • Has undertaken, or is undertaking a course in management/ leadership.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

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We operate nationally across England through a national Coordinating Centre and 15 local branches delivering research in the NHS across all disease areas. 

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'Our ambition is to expand the opportunity for research participation for patients and staff, including as many departments as possible to broaden inclusion for our population. Research is central to the NHS and an important part of the care we offer patients at Mid Yorkshire.' Keith Ramsay, Chairman

Clinical research is the study of health and illness in people. It is the way we learn how to prevent, diagnose and treat illness. We work with patients, universities, commercial sponsors and others to take the best new ideas from cutting-edge science, and use them to create new tests and treatments that benefit patients more quickly. Research means turning promising ideas or interesting theories into real benefits for Mid Yorkshire’s patients and members of the local community. The Trust currently has research projects running ranging from testing new surgical devices or drugs, to studies aimed at helping us to improve our understanding of many health issues.

The Research Delivery Team, led by Lyn Wilson Lead Research Nurse, is responsible for the development of a successful and balanced portfolio of research studies across all specialities. The team comprises of more than 40 dedicated and experienced members of staff this includes researchers, research nurses, clinical trials assistants and research supporting staff in pathology, pharmacy and radiology. After research approvals and permissions are in place recruitment of participants and/or data collection can begin. Researchers will follow the procedures as described in the study protocol. 

The people who carry out research are mostly the same healthcare professionals who treat patients. A research clinician has developed specialist knowledge and skills in the management and care of research participants. The aim is to find better ways of looking after patients and keeping people healthy. We also monitor and lead improvements in standards of care through supporting professional colleagues in the implementation of relevant research into practice.

The delivery team’s role involves having a sound understanding of the issues related to the identification, assessment, treatment and management of participants in a research study. We support studies initial feasibility assessment, assess workforce capacity, organise site initiation and provide on-going support throughout the research life-cycle including screening, consenting, randomising and following up participants.

However, research projects cannot get started without the participation of one key group of people, our patients. We rely heavily on the 800,000 patients we treat every year to volunteer to take part in research projects. Research studies at Mid Yorkshire have helped patients within and beyond the Trust by our involvement in the development of new techniques in healthcare delivery. This innovative approach to testing new ideas is only possible thanks to our patients and researchers.

Mid Yorkshire is committed to providing excellent research, development and innovation opportunities and actively engages with academic and healthcare organisations to explore and support research partnerships to improve our care.

Read more about the following areas of Research

  • Research Management and Support Office
  • General Data Performance Regulation (GDPR)

Areas of research - conditions and diseases

We work with a number of partners to deliver place-based research that links to wider determinants of health.

We conduct research into common diseases that affect large numbers of people acknowledged as global health challenges, such as respiratory and cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes.

We also conduct research into rare conditions which affect individuals and families.

What our patients say

When we asked research participants in the Trust about their experiences of taking part in research in 2018/19, 89% agreed or strongly agreed that taking part in research should be a normal part of NHS healthcare. 82% said that participating in research had/has a positive impact in their wellbeing.

Get involved in research

We have a broad range of expertise in research delivery across a range of areas. This is growing all the time and we have the flexibility to move into new clinical areas as needed.

Currently we have research projects running across the Trust that involve other services the Trust provide, our studies range from orthopaedics to paediatrics to maternity and to studies aimed at helping us to improve our understanding of many health issues. 

We are still able to offer our patients the opportunity to take part in research studies, which relate to the current COVID pandemic. Participants are being identified and recruited by our research team but if you would like to understand more about this process then please contact the research team by email [email protected] .

To find out about current recruiting Mid Yorkshire Teaching NHS Trust research studies, visit https://bepartofresearch.nihr.ac.uk   and search for Pinderfields, Dewsbury or Pontefract. Be Part of Research is a website run by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and is designed to help people find and contact research studies taking place across the UK.

If you are approached about taking part in research, please consider reading this NHS resource before making your decision.

Research performance

National targets for research.

The Government is planning for sustained improvements in the performance of providers of NHS services in initiating and delivering clinical research with the aim to increase the number of patients who have the opportunity to participate in research. 

On this page you will find our most recent quarterly reports to the Department of Health under the ‘Performance in initiating and delivering clinical research initiative'.

The Trust’s clinical trial performance is measured against two national benchmarks to improve the initiation and delivery of all clinical trials approved by the Trust.

Initiation - it should take no more than 70 days from receipt of valid research application to the recruitment of the first patient to the trial.

Delivery – for all commercial clinical trials hosted by the Trust the agreed number of patients should be recruited within the agreed timescale.

MY Performance

Trust performance information 2022/23

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q1 2022-23.pdf [pdf] 63KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q1 2022-23.pdf [pdf] 14KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q2 2 2022-23.pdf [pdf] 65KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q2 2022-23.pdf [pdf] 13KB

Trust performance information 2021/22

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q1 2021-22 [pdf] 309KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q1 2021-22 [pdf] 13KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q2 2021-22 [pdf] 308KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q2 2021-22 [pdf] 13KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q3 2021-22 [pdf] 221KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q3 2021-22 [pdf] 13KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q4 2021-22.[pdf] 214KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q4 2021-22.[pdf] 14KB

Trust performance information 2020/21

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q1 2020-21 [pdf] 161KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q1 2020-21 [pdf] 8KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q2 2020-21 [pdf] 161KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q2 2020-21 [pdf] 11KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q3 2020-21 [pdf] 422KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q3 2020-21 [pdf] 417KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q4 2020-21 [pdf] 428KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q4 2020-21 [pdf] 418KB

Trust performance information 2019/20

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q1 2019-20 [pdf] 117KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q1 2019-20 [pdf] 190KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q2 2019-20 [pdf] 126KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q2 2019-20 [pdf] 199KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q3 2019-20 [pdf] 218KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q3 2019-20 [pdf] 195KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q4 2019-20 [pdf] 171KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q4 2019-20 [pdf] 9KB

Trust performance information 2018/19

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q1 2018-19 [pdf] 195KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q1 2018-19 [pdf] 186KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q2 2018-19 [pdf] 97KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q2 2018-19 [pdf] 186KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q3 2018-19 [pdf] 203KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q3 2018-19 [pdf] 163KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q4 2018-19 [pdf] 209KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q4 2018-19 [pdf] 183KB

Trust performance information 2017/18

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q1 2017-18 [pdf] 198KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q1 2017-18 [pdf] 92KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q2 2017-18 [pdf] 184KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q2 2017-18 [pdf] 94KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q3 2017-18 [pdf] 192KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q3 2017-18 [pdf] 182KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q4 2017-18 [pdf] 189KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q4 2017-18 [pdf] 185KB

Trust performance information 2016/17

Perfomance in Initiating Q1 Clinical Research 2016-17 [pdf] 214KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q1 2016-17 [pdf] 194KB

Perfomance in Initiating Clinical Research Q2 2016-17 [pdf] 26KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q2 2016-17 [pdf] 8KB

Perfomance in Initiating Clinical Research Q3 2016-17 [pdf] 120KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q3 2016-17 [pdf] 97KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q4 2016-17 [pdf] 172KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q4 2016-17 [pdf] 85KB

Trust perfomance information 2015/16

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q3 2015-16 [pdf] 219KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q3 2015-16 [pdf] 216KB

Performance in Initiating Clinical Research Q4 2015-16 [pdf] 221KB

Performance in Delivering Clinical Research Q4 2015-16 [pdf] 210KB

National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)

A National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded ‘Research for Patient Benefit’ (RFPB) study looking at the consent process for patients in cardiology who were receiving percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) was completed. The findings have been used to inform the revision of the patient consent leaflet at Mid Yorkshire and was presented in the British Medical Journal 

The RADPoc trial designed to look at the use of point of care technology to undertake a blood test in radiology at the time of scanning. This investigated whether they can provide immediate information about renal function to help decide on the suitability of an injection during some specific scans. This was the first piece of Mid Yorkshire investigator initiated research to be adopted to the NIHR national portfolio and involved 363 patients as research participants.

BaBi Wakefield (Born and Bred in Wakefield) is an exciting new research initiative which aims to create a picture of local people’s health and lifestyles over time. Starting during pregnancy, we ask consent to use local data which is routinely collected by health, social and educations services, for research purposes. This can help identify how we might create a healthier environment for families across Wakefield District to enjoy.

Find out more about BaBi Wakefield

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Clinical Research Coordinator II

  • Madison, Wisconsin
  • SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH/DEPT OF DERMATOLOGY
  • Partially Remote
  • Staff-Full Time
  • Opening at: Apr 1 2024 at 13:35 CDT
  • Closing at: Apr 15 2024 at 23:55 CDT

Job Summary:

The Department of Dermatology seeks an experienced Clinical Research Coordinator II to join our team of world-renowned researchers and investigators committed to basic, clinical, and translational research designed to address dermatologic diseases and other skin-related research questions. This position will play a pivotal role in contributing to the conduct of state-of-the-art skin disease research to advance scientific knowledge and thus provide better care to patients. Responsibilities Include: 1. Protocol Development and Management: Collaborate on research protocols and ensure compliance. 2. Regulatory Compliance and Ethics Oversight: Ensure adherence to regulations and ethical standards. 3. Participant Recruitment and Consent Management: Strategize recruitment strategies and manage informed consent processes. 4. Data Oversight and Quality Control: Oversee data collection, verification, and maintain quality control. 5. Site Coordination and Monitoring: Coordinate site activities, conduct monitoring visits, and ensure safety. 6. Communication and Reporting: Serve as the main contact, communicate study progress, and generate reports.

Responsibilities:

  • 25% Schedules logistics, determines workflows, and secures resources for clinical research trials
  • 15% Recruits, screens, selects, determines eligibility and enrolls trial participants, collects more complex information, performs medical assessments, and answers varied questions under supervision of a medically licensed professional. Performs medical assessments after completion of required training/certification, such as collecting vital signs, obtaining weight, and performing phlebotomy
  • 5% Manages research workflow components, collects, prepares, processes, and submits participant data and samples to appropriate entities, adhering to research protocols
  • 5% Identifies work unit resources needs and manages supply and equipment inventory levels
  • 5% Serves as a main point of contact for clinical research participants, providing information regarding research procedures, expectations, and informational inquiries. Ensures participants follow the research protocol and alerts Principal Investigator of issues
  • 5% Performs quality checks
  • 15% Identifies resource needs and develops clinical research documents, such as job aids, tools, processes, procedures, and training. Contributes to the development of protocols
  • 5% May assist with training of staff
  • 10% Performs administrative duties related to managing clinical research protocols in the Department of Dermatology
  • 10% Performs clinical research finances

Institutional Statement on Diversity:

Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation for UW-Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respect the profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience, status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community. We commit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in teaching, research, outreach, and diversity as inextricably linked goals. The University of Wisconsin-Madison fulfills its public mission by creating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from every background - people who as students, faculty, and staff serve Wisconsin and the world. For more information on diversity and inclusion on campus, please visit: Diversity and Inclusion

Preferred Bachelor's Degree

Qualifications:

Experience: - Experience with clinical research regulations, including OHRP, CTMS, GCP required. - 1-2 years working in a research or clinical trials environment required. - Experience in approaching patients to discuss clinical trials and their potential participation, and obtaining informed consent required. - Demonstrated experience in scheduling, coordinating, and conducting visits and study meetings preferred. Knowledge and Skills: -Reading and understanding of research principles and methodology and be able to apply that knowledge to a clinical trials environment. -Strong oral and written communication skills -Strong attention to detail. -Ability to interact well with patients and researchers independently. -Ability to use good initiative and judgement. -Ability to structure time to meet multiple deadlines.

License/Certification:

Preferred Drivers License - Valid and Meets UW Risk Management Standards

Full Time: 100% This position may require some work to be performed in-person, onsite, at a designated campus work location. Some work may be performed remotely, at an offsite, non-campus work location.

Appointment Type, Duration:

Ongoing/Renewable

Minimum $45,000 ANNUAL (12 months) Depending on Qualifications This position is eligible for a hiring bonus in the amount of $3,000. Employees in this position can expect to receive benefits such as generous vacation, holidays, and paid time off; competitive insurances and savings accounts; retirement benefits. Benefits information can be found at ( https://hr.wisc.edu/benefits/ ). SMPH Academic Staff Benefits flyer: ( https://uwmadison.box.com/s/r50myohfvfd15bqltljn0g4laubuz7t0 ).

Additional Information:

This position has been identified as a position of trust with access to vulnerable populations. The selected candidate will be required to pass an initial caregiver check to be eligible for employment under the Wisconsin Caregiver Law and every four years. The successful applicant will be responsible for ensuring eligibility for employment in the United States on or before the effective date of the appointment. University sponsorship is not available for this position.

How to Apply:

To apply for this position, please click on the "Apply Now" button. You will be asked to upload a current resume/CV and a cover letter briefly describing your qualifications and experience, and a document listing contact information for three (3) references, including your current/most recent supervisor. References will not be contacted without prior notice.

Caitlin Staley [email protected] 608-265-1325 Relay Access (WTRS): 7-1-1. See RELAY_SERVICE for further information.

Official Title:

Clin Res Coord II(RE016)

Department(s):

A53-MEDICAL SCHOOL/DERMATOLOGY/DERMATOLOG

Employment Class:

Academic Staff-Renewable

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