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   Our Investigatorsd and Staff of professionals

Headquartered in Miami Springs, Florida, Ocean Blue Medical Research is rapidly expanding its expertise in the clinical research fields of Endocrinology, Neurology, Rheumatology, Cardiovascular, Infectious Diseases, Sleeping Disorders, Women's Health, Aesthetic and Family Medicine.

Ocean Blue Medical Research's expert team has extensive experience in conducting clinical research in accordance with the standards of our sponsors and CROs.

Our bilingual staff is CITI-certified and has participated in extensive on-site training programs as well as multi-specialty programs at the Center for Clinical Research administered by the Encore Research Group.

Our Quality Assurance program ensures accuracy of data, adherence to protocol and guidelines for good clinical research practice. Ocean Blue Medical Research customizes our services to meet your clinical development needs, compliance and study timelines. Ocean Blue Medical Research  uses effective recruitment plans to generate referrals that not only meet, but exceed the necessary enrollment goals.

We are hiring Certified Clinical Research Coordinators (CCRC or CCRP)

Job Requirements:
CRC proof of certification
Compensation: to be discussed
Fluent in English and Spanish
Minimum 2 years of experience in Clinical Research

Job Description:
The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) comprises an integral part of the research team. Working under the PI, he/she is responsible for conducting the study in accordance with federal regulations. CRCs also give potential sponsors a "first impression" of Ocean Blue Medical Research Center, including the ability of the center to recruit and retain research subjects. Some responsibilities of the Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), depending on the wishes of the PI, include but not limited to:

  • Submitting regulatory documents to IRB and Sponsor
  • Submitting the clinical study agreement to OSP for review
  • Attending investigator meeting(s)
  • Developing a preliminary budget and verify all costs
  • Helping PI negotiate the study budget direct costs with sponsor to cover all costs (F&A costs are not negotiable)
  • Preparing for study initiation
  • Obtaining physician signatures
  • Recruiting subjects
  • Screening and scheduling subjects
  • Getting voluntary subject consent
  • Teaching subjects about protocol expectations for them
  • Performing study/protocol procedures in a detailed, accurate manner
  • Maintaining study files
  • Tracking and maintaining the study budget and payments, including invoicing the sponsor for completed work
  • Tracking subjects, avoiding lost-to-follow-up
  • Documenting an adverse event, including:
    • Describing the event severity and frequency
    • Treatment
    • Resolution
    • Processing and shipping lab work
    • Maintaining communication and correspondence (by telephone, email, fax, etc.) with subjects, sponsor, monitor and other site study personnel.
  • Completing case report forms (CRA) for PI review and approval
  • Helping study monitors with CRA corrections (Hint: Using black ink, put a single line through incorrect information so that others can still read the original entry. Add your signature and date of this change. Never use "white out" liquid correction fluid to make changes on regulatory or other documents including IRB and FDA forms)
  • Maintaining study-specific supplies
  • Preparing for study closure and archiving
Last update: 09/1/2015 08:27
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