Cancer Center Jobs

Study Coordinator II - Clinical Research

University of Florida Health Cancer Center

April 5, 2022
As a Study Coordinator II in our Clinical Research Office, you will collaborate with other coordinators and research staff, investigators, physicians, nurses, and other key personnel in the clinics, hospitals, and at the Cancer Center to ensure compliance with protocol requirements and satisfactory care for patients enrolled on research protocols.

In your new role you will be responsible for the following:

Coordination of relevant care and protocol required testing for subjects enrolled on an assigned portfolio of human clinical trials. This will include a variety of patient focused tasks such as screening, enrolling, and coordinating related care and other relevant tasks, all of which require regular, timely communication with clinic staff, physicians, investigators, other CRO staff, and the subjects themselves, as well as minute attention to detail throughout the conduct of the trial;
Interpretation and collection of medical and clinical data of potential and existing subjects on assigned clinical trials. It is of the utmost importance that you provide and document accurate study data in accordance with study guidelines and timelines and protect subject privacy in compliance with relevant privacy laws;
Maintaining compliance with all internal and external regulatory and institutional requirements related to your trials. You will also attend all relevant trainings and meetings including Tumor Boards, monthly educational topics, etc. as required, and provide in-service education related to assigned protocols to ensure study compliance;
Coordination of all sample collection, analysis, and shipping for assigned trials.

This is a professional level position, ideal for candidates interested in furthering their career in clinical research. Employees in these roles operate as part of our collaborative research enterprise and are fundamental to the progress of cancer research being conducted at the University of Florida. A complete job description will be provided to candidates selected for interview.

Minimum qualifications include:

-          Bachelor's degree in an appropriate area and two years of relevant experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

-          Professional clinical research certification (through SOCRA or ACRP) is required at the earliest of 12 months from hire or eligibility.

Other preferred qualifications as well as additional posting details can be found at the application link below.

Salary Range: $55,000 – $62,500; Commensurate with Education and Experience.

Interested applicants may apply here:

A cover letter, CV/resume, and list of 3 (or more) professional references will be required.