Penn Clinical Research Coordinator Society

Career Opportunities

Below are a list of career opportunities for Clinical Research Coordinators and Research Project Managers at Penn. For more information and to apply, please refer to the official job posting on the following Human Resources websites:

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Supervisor Clinical Research Coordinator
Job Code: 130835369
Hiring Entity: University of Pennsylvania
Salary Grade: 28

With guidance from the Division Chief, this individual will take a lead role in conducting and coordinating clincial research activities within Penn Rheumatology with specific focus on clinical trials, especially within the Penn Vasculitis Center, but also within the Lupus Program, Sjögren's Syndrome Center, Scleroderma Center, and other programs. The position includes both a direct role as a research study coordinator and a role in harmonizing the work of the clinical research staff within the Division, including workflow processes, standardizing recruitment and study implementation procedures.
Clinical Research Coordintator B
Job Code: 130835315
Hiring Entity: University of Pennsylvania
Salary Grade: 26

The Clinical Research Coordinator B (CRC B) will be expected to understand the full complement of duties typically assigned to Clinical Research Coordinators at Penn and elsewhere and to execute these tasks as needed in service to the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, in particular, the Division of Orthopaedic Trauma These duties include but are not limited to (1) writing, editing, and submitting study documents such as protocols, summaries, Informed Consent Forms (ICFs) and similar documents for faculty initiated studies, and submitting to the IRB and applicable committees according to the requirements of each reviewing body, (2) performing all site-specific activities associated with either faculty initiated or extramurally funded studies to ensure study and site compliance with applicable regulations and policies, (3) Ensuring study progress by actively engaging the faculty through the clinic and other mechanisms to identify and enroll applicable subjects and performing all necessary activities associated with study maintenance including venipuncture, and specimen processing, (4) becoming an integral part of the overall Human Subjects Research Program at the Division and Departmental levels, (5) train and oversee residents or students in the conduct of human subjects research as needed, (7) other duties as needed. Limited travel may be required. The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and the Division of Orthopaedic Trauma is actively engaged in collaborative studies with other institutions and with industry partners. The CRC B will be expected to be comfortably familiar with these external partners and to interact with them appropriately to advance the research goals of the Department and the Division.
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