CLIN RSCH CRD SR NEX

April 15, 2021
Neurology-Memory and Aging
Full Time
Req Number: 
58122BR
Senior Clinical Research Coordinators (Sr. CRCs) independently coordinate and are accountable for the overall administration of one or more clinical studies, typically requiring advanced-level knowledge and skills.  They may provide leadership to lower-level clinical research coordinators and/or other support personnel.

The position is responsible for, and critically important to the overall operational management of clinical research activities.  It has direct responsibility for implementing a diverse portfolio of research activities for one or more studies which may include multicenter clinical trials (both National Institutes of Health - NIH and industry-sponsored), local investigator-initiated clinical trials, and/or programmatic clinical research activities, such as a clinical database and biorepository.  Positions at this level may perform expert and efficient integration of multiple complex programmatic activities, applying a sophisticated medical knowledge base, substantial leadership skills, effectively working with a variety of people and organizations at UCSF (clinicians, investigators, clinical staff, administration, Committee on Human Research - CHR, human resources, contracts and grants) and elsewhere (industry sponsors, coordinating centers, Food & Drug Administration - FDA, NIH), exhibiting in-depth knowledge of specific programs.

Reporting to the Clinical Trials Administrator, the Sr. CRC may have central responsibility for ensuring Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval and compliance, contract generation, negotiation and approval, subject recruitment, appropriate study testing, and adequate enrollment of multicenter clinical trials, longitudinal cohort studies, local investigator-initiated studies, and biorepository efforts; exercise strong administration and management leadership of clinical research, strong research coordination, and may lead experienced personnel to ensure optimal systems for efficiency, compliance, safety, financial oversight, and contractual expertise in negotiations and execution, as well as create and implement quality improvement processes. This is a position of leadership whose main purpose is to ensure that clinical research commitments are met and that the programs maintain a reputation for excellence in all activities.