Schedule Monday - Friday 8:30 - 4:30
Bachelor's degree in a relevant field of study
Career Level Experienced
Clinical Research Coordinator (I)
CYCLE Methods Centre Clinical Research Coordinator. CYCLE is an innovative early rehabilitation intervention for critically ill patients. It will be the largest international multicentre study of in-bed cycling in the world.
Job Summary: Responsible for implementing, monitoring, refining, analyzing, coordinating, and reporting on several clinical research projects. Acts as a resource for the development of protocols, study documents, operations of study management, and management techniques.
Purpose and Key Functions:
Apply specialized knowledge and scientific principles to review, critically appraise and interpret published literature.
Write sections of scientific papers, funding proposals, and abstracts.
Coordinate the activities of research staff and resources to ensure that the project progresses in accordance with predetermined timelines.
Develop estimates of time and resources for research projects.
Oversee the collection, entry, verification, management, analysis, and reporting of data.
Use statistical software to analyze data and interpret results.
Design and maintain databases, data collection forms, error checking methods and related programs for efficient collection, analysis, and reporting.
Troubleshoot moderately complex computer problems.
Write data management and operations documentation for projects.
Liaise between the clinic centre and remote clinic sites and personnel.
Conduct structured patient interviews.
Ensure that the relevant research methodology is applied and all research material is handled in accordance with established protocols, policies, and procedures.
Participate in the development of promotional strategies and related materials to encourage participation and support for research projects.
Consult on protocol development, student organization, and data management activities.
Develop presentations and present information and training sessions to project personnel and project patients.
Present at meetings, seminars, and conferences.
Keep project participants informed of project progress through regular reports and newsletters.
Implement and maintain research project budgets. Create financial projections and make adjustments to research project budgets throughout the fiscal year.
Exercise appropriate controls, monitor, and reconcile accounts.
Conduct literature searches.
Provide lead hand supervision and is responsible for the quality and quantity of work of others.
Ongoing responsibility for supervising up to 9 casual employees at any one time.
Provide orientation and show procedures to others.
Bachelor's degree in a relevant field of study.
Requires 4 years of relevant experience.
Additional training with research methods an asset
To coordinate with international collaborators, some teleconferences will be required outside traditional office hours
Familiarity with clinical rehabilitation research
Experience with international multicentre clinical trials an asset
Experience with Clinical Trials Ontario, Hamilton Integrated Research Ethics Board an asset
Knowledge of Good Clinical Practice, TCPS2 and other ethics related certifications required
Experience with the intensive care/ critical care clinical environment an asset
Proficiency with MS Office required (Outlook, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Experience with MOSAIC preferred
Experience with iDataFax and SPSS software an asset
Knowledge of application/ identification of eligible expenses for different granting agencies required
Should the successful applicant be a Unifor Unit 1 bargaining unit member, who meets the eligibility conditions of Article 19.02 of the Unifor Unit 1 Collective Agreement, then the Limited Term Assignment will be defined as a Career Growth Opportunity in accordance with Article 19 of the Unifor Local 5555 Unit 1 Collective Agreement.
How To Apply
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