LIBR Clinical Research Coordinator III
Saint Francis Health System
Job Summary: The LIBR Clinical Research Coordinator III administers structured and non-structured psychiatric assessments to establish DSM-5 diagnoses for organizing and conducting human subjects research studies on neuropsychiatric disorders and substance use subjects. This role will apply a core set of skills and responsibilities in organization, subject interactions, data gathering, regulatory and compliance oversight and reporting.
Minimum Education: Master’s degree in clinical psychology, counseling, or social work.
Licensure, Registration and/or Certification: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT).
Work Experience: No experience required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of DSM-5 and related clinical research processes in a psychiatric environment. Knowledge of the requirements and regulations associated with the conduct of clinical trials and other related research activity. Skilled in providing administrative and organizational support. Effective interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills. Ability to organize and prioritize work in an effective and efficient manner. Ability to work with a complex set of activities, people, and information, in a continually changing environment. Strong organizational, prioritization and leadership skills and capabilities with a strong attention to detail.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities: Administers structured and non-structured psychiatric assessment instruments to establish DSM-5 diagnoses. Participates in training and ongoing reliability verification for assessments. Coordinates and performs responsibilities related to research participants including determining subject population availability, developing informed consents and screening materials, screening and recruiting subjects, scheduling visits, obtaining informed consent, answering subject inquiries, overseeing study visits and acting as a liaison between participants and study-related parties. Organizes and conducts complex research studies including collecting and preparing routine data on participant demographics, study statistics, and other information required for progress reports, institutional review boards (IRB) reviews, and sponsor audits. Oversees the administrative management and coordination of assigned studies under Principal Investigator direction.
Decision Making: Independent judgement in making decisions involving non-routine problems under general supervision.
Working Relationships: Coordinates activities of others (does not supervise). Leads others in same work performed (does not supervise). Works directly with patients and/or customers. Works with internal and/or external customers via telephone or face to face interaction. Works with other healthcare professionals and staff.
Special Job Dimensions: None
Supplemental Information: This document generally describes the essential functions of the job and the physical demands required to perform the job. This compilation of essential functions and physical demands is not all inclusive nor does it prohibit the assignment of additional duties.Laureate Institute for Brain Research - Laureate Campus
Location:Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136
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