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CRC-III The candidate in this role will have the opportunity to join a nation-wide research program with the aim of understanding the effects of a broad range of early environmental influences on child health and development. The Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) project combines new data and biospecimens with information from existing longitudinal research projects that will include more than 50,000 children from diverse backgrounds across the United States (www.echochildren.org). The Clinical Research Coordinator-III will work closely with the study PI and Research Manager to facilitate and manage the administration of a complex and rigorous study protocol across several study sites and institutions. This will include project management and administrative tasks, overseeing quality control processes for data and biospecimen collection, periodic review and update of study protocols, and assisting with the management of the TIDES Coordinating Center. Successful candidates will have:Experience working with children and families in a non-clinical settingA strong interest in the field of environmental healthDirect experience developing and managing IRB protocols for clinical studiesExperience in the collection and management of biospecimenResearch or other experience collaborating across multiple organizations.Be exceptionally detail oriented and have superior organizational skillsExcellent interpersonal skills and the ability to confidently engage with collaborators and other members of the study team
Required Education/Experience: - Bachelor's Degree in related discipline, or equivalent combination of education and experience. - Minimum of four (4) years of research-related experience OR Master's Degree in related discipline and three (3) years of research-related experience. - Pediatric research experience. - Confirmed proficiency in a second language via successful completion of a language assessment may be required for certain departments.Preferred: - Master's Degree in a scientific discipline - CCRA certification - Database management skills
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