Overview

Lightship is the virtual-first provider that is perfecting the way clinical trials get done. Because clinical research plays such a vital role in bringing life-enhancing and lifesaving innovations to market, Lightship pursues operational excellence to clinical studies. Our end-to-end hybrid delivery model, our diversity of skillsets, and inhouse care team ensure sponsor success and the best possible patient experience. With a problem-solving mindset, we strive to make every clinical trial better than the last. Operational excellence is not a goal, but a way of doing things at Lightship.

This position is remote, and a successful candidate will possess a willingness and desire to work independently without significant oversight. Additionally, this position will require moderate travel.

We would like to offer you:

  • An opportunity to help re-envision how clinical research is executed with inclusivity, increased diversity and accessible at the core
  • The chance to work with a patient-centered, clinically-oriented, collaborative team to support in the delivery of enterprise grade virtual-first clinical research solutions at scale
  • An unmatched opportunity to grow as part of an established startup with industry veterans, high-caliber investors, and a massive market opportunity
  • Great compensation

Generous benefits package, including:

  • Top notch healthcare (medical, dental, and vision) for you and your family.
  • Paid holidays and bereavement to help support work life balance.
  • A 100% 401(k) company match for up to 4% of eligible contributions with an immediate vesting.
  • Monthly stipend for internet and phone expenses
  • Short & long-term disability
  • Life insurance and More!

 

ABOUT THE JOB:

In this role as a Clinical Study Coordinator, you will work in a pivotal role of coordinating communication and activities among patients, investigators, home health personnel, vendors, and other study personnel to prepare for and complete remote (via telemedicine) study visits, procedures, and assessments.  You will assist the investigators, sub-investigators, and the Lightship team with the successful implementation and conduct of the research study while adhering to study protocol. You will understand and comply with all regulations, policies, and guidelines applicable to clinical research including GCP, FDA, and IRB requirements.

In this role as Clinical Study Coordinator, you will also collect study data, complete, and maintain source documents, and perform other day-to-day activities related to study conduct. You will work with various Lightship business units as needed to develop and implement standard research processes to successfully complete technology-enabled Direct-to-Patient (DtP) clinical research.

ABOUT THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:

We are looking for a strong communicator and effective problem solver with and exceptional ability to work as part of a team and to multitask effectively. You should have the ability to function independently and self-monitor the collected data per Good Documentation Practices. At least 2 years of related clinical or basic science research experience is required. You should ideally have a Bachelor’s Degree in Life Science or healthcare-related field. ACRP or CCRC certification or requisite combination of education, training, and experience is a plus. If you just so happen to also be bilingual in English & Spanish, that’s also a plus!

 

ABOUT THE APPLICATION PROCESS:

Are you the ideal candidate AND also willing to be very hands-on as we grow providing an exceptional and highly collaborative approach to clinical studies? Are you excited about the prospect to help re-envision how clinical research is executed with inclusivity, increased diversity, and accessibility at the core? If so, we invite you to Apply Now for immediate consideration for our Clinical Study Coordinator opportunity.

The base salary range for this role is between $62,900 - $74,000 depending on education, skills, and experience.  To determine our compensation, we use a market-based approach that is geographically neutral. We believe that this demonstrates our company value of ‘believing in people’ – valuing the outputs and performance of each team member.

Please note: For the safety of our patients and each other, all positions at Lightship that require travel, in-person participation, or are patient-facing, do require vaccination against COVID-19.

 

Our commitment to diversity & inclusion:

Lightship is an equal opportunity employer and promotes a diverse and inclusive workplace. Lightship considers all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, disability, veteran status, gender identity, genetic information, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by applicable law.  EEO is the Law

Lightship is an E-Verify employer. Find out more here: Right to Work Poster E-Verify Participation Poster

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