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Arizona Liver Health (ALH) is dedicated to driving high standards of care and advancing medical innovation through leading clinical trials, ensuring patient safety and regulatory compliance, and generating high-quality clinical data. Our network of multiphase, multitherapeutic research, standard of care, and VEN Centers sites is staffed by skilled providers, research, clinic, pharmacy, and patient outreach professionals. ALH operates state-of-the-art facilities and programs to meet the evolving needs of clinical research and overall patient treatment.

 

Job Summary:

Arizona Liver Health/Arizona Clinical Trials is looking for qualified candidates for the Clinical Research Coordinator I position in Tucson.

Compensation:
Full-time $21-$25 per hour, depending on experience 

Essential job functions/duties

Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.

  •  File documents in the binder (I.e., subject source, labs)
  •  Enter clinical research data into appropriate fields.
  • Transfer data from paper formats via computer, recorders, or scanners
  • EDC entry
  • Review and edit data to ensure completeness and accuracy of information; follow up with subjects to resolve problems or clarify data collected.
  • Answer Queries
  • Serve as back up for pharmacy and lab
  • Curate data directly from clinical research
  • Analyze statistical and graphical Data.
  • Conduct clinical research study visits when assigned.
  • Audit research trials
  • Prepare documents and charts for subject visits.
  • Assist patients with surveys
  • Perform vital signs, arthrometric measurements, transient elastography, and EKG’s
  • Quality control research visits and informed consent before screening visit is over
  • Confirm correct IP prior to dispensation
  • File the signed copy in the subject binder
  • Obtain and print procedural/imaging reports for review by the investigator
  • Print labs and prepare for Investigator to review
  • File lab results to subject binder or where required
  • Ensure W-9 and medical release forms are signed by subjects annually
  • Conduct clinical research study visits when assigned
  • Audit research trials
  • Prepare correspondence, documentation, or presentation materials on findings
  • Assist with the management of study supplies and order resupply
  • Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned
  • Request medical records prior to visit and print for filing as needed
  • Plan, schedule, and confirm of subject research visits as needed
  • Update CTMS as needed
  • Maintain training as needed including but not limited to GCP, IATA, EDC, Protocol training,
  • Delegation of Authority and others as required 


Education & Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED required
  • Associate Degree or Bachelors degree is preferred
  • At least 1 year of clinical research experience as a clinical research coordinator and experience working in a medical center or private practice is strongly preferred
  • Experience using CTMS system and EDC program

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

  • Excellent communication and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work effectively with a lead study coordinator on multiple assignments, in a fast paced, multi-tasked environment, exercising sound judgment in setting priorities with a strong attention to detail
  • Bilingual - Spanish preferred
  • Vaccine trial experience preferred
  • Demonstrated excellent organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated experience working as part of a team.
  • Relevant subject matter knowledge.

Travel requirements:

  • Some interoffice travel may be required with use of company vehicle or mileage reimbursement

Benefits & Perks:

  • Health, Dental, Vision (with HSA plans and employer contribution)
  • 2 weeks PTO
  • 5 days Sick Time
  • 7 Company holidays + 2 Half-days
  • 401K with company match
  • Short & Long Term Disability
  • Educational Assistance
  • Shared company vehicles for required travel

Our company requires COVID-19 vaccinations for all current and future employees. Exemptions can be requested for those with a reasonable health or a religious/sincerely-held belief accommodation.

EEO statement

It is the policy of the Institute for Liver Health DBA Arizona Liver Health and Arizona Clinical Trials to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or any other protected characteristic under applicable law. This policy relates to all phases of employment, including, but not limited to, recruiting, employment, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, reduction of workforce and termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, selection for training, the use of all facilities, and participation in all company-sponsored employee activities. Provisions in applicable laws providing for bona fide occupational qualifications, business necessity or age limitations will be adhered to by the company where appropriate. 

Notice to Staffing Agencies: It is our policy that any and all contact with third party staffing or recruitment vendors come through our Talent Acquisition Team directly. We have an established and preferred network of contracted partners that we engage if and when we deem it necessary. We request that staffing agencies refrain from repeatedly contacting our hiring managers or employees directly. Unsolicited resumes, onsite solicitations, and inquiries will not be considered or responded to. Overly persistent and pushy inquires may also be blocked across our network as spam. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

 

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