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Clinical Trials Research Coordinator - Division of Gastroenterology - Edmonton

Clinical Trials Research Coordinator

Site: University of Alberta

Department: Faculty of Medicine - Division of Gastroenterology - GastroIntestinal and Liver Disease Research Group

Employee Class: Regular Full Time (Monday-Friday)

Salary: Commensurate with Experience (supplemented by a benefits program)

Posting Date: May 30, 2018

Closing Date: June 29, 2018

Description:

The Division of Gastroenterology’s GastroIntestinal and Liver Disease Research Group (GILDR is a leading North American clinical research center focused on gastrointestinal and liver clinical trials. GILDR is a fully integrated research center within Alberta’s flagship clinical and research Division of Gastroenterology headquartered at the University of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton. The Division of Gastroenterology currently has 31 active clinical trials involving more than 1000 patient visits each year. The clinical trials are conducted in collaboration between the Pharmaceutical industry, Division of Gastroenterology clinical Scientists, the University of Alberta and Alberta Health Services Support staff. Quality patient care is our number one goal. We succeed in transforming the lives of those people afflicted by various Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease by employing dedicated staff who want to make a difference. Join our team, and we will provide you with ample opportunity to grow in your career by challenging and stimulating you every day.

Duties:

  • Establish a sound working knowledge of multiple complex research protocols, phase I to III
  • Recruit, screen, enrol and follow study participants
  • Conduct all aspects of the research protocol including sponsor correspondence, detailed and accurate record keeping and data management, patient assessments, study drug administration, patient education, coordination of support services and collection of lab specimen
  • Perform study specific assessments
  • Organize ongoing patient follow-up, including arranging lab work, procedures, and study visits
  • Educate and advise patients regarding protocol requirements, study medications, treatment schedule, and the use of data collection tools
  • Coordinate with Radiology, Laboratory, Pharmacy, Health Records, and Clinical as needed by specific protocols
  • Communicate study procedures to clinical and research personnel, and provide ongoing in-servicing and support to other staff when required
  • Participate in Sponsor site visits, regular monitoring visits, study conference calls, and site auditing

Qualifications:

  • Previous clinical trial or clinical research experience is an asset
  • Highly motivated, self directed, enthusiastic with proven problem-solving abilities
  • Demonstrates ability to take initiative and work in a team environment as well as independently with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to be flexible, multitask and work well under pressure
  • Ability to effectively coordinate simultaneous projects and successfully prioritize multiple tasks to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work efficiently and in a professional and ethical manner in accordance with hospital policies and procedures, and GCP and ICH guidelines
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Effective communication skills
  • Precise documentation skills
  • Experience/training in venipuncture and/or arterial puncture is an asset
  • Must be qualified to perform Drug administration and provide documentation from current professional licensing body.
  • Knowledge of MS Word & Excel, Gmail, Data Entry programs
  • Experience with Netcare & eClinician an asset
  • Willingness to further professional knowledge by reading journals/books and attending rounds, training programs, etc., as necessary (training in GCP guidelines and other study-related procedures can be arranged)

Education:

  • Healthcare professional with recent full time acute patient care experience
  • Current CARNA, CLPNA or CARTA registration and active CPR
  • GCP & Health Canada Division 5 certified an asset

Please email resume and cover letter to sharon.appelman@ualberta.ca

Research Administrative/Financial Assistant - Stollery Children's Hospital - Edmonton

Research Administrative / Financial Assistant

City/Town: Edmonton

Site: Stollery Children’s Hospital

Department: Pediatric Oncology

Hours of Work: Days, Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:15 pm, 7.75 hours per day (potential of occasional travel/weekend days)

FTE: 1.0

Salary: $20.00 - $24.00 per hour (based on experience)

Posting Date: May 31, 2018

Closing Date: June 15, 2018

Description:

C17 Council (C17) represents all Hematology, Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) Programs at children’s cancer and hematology centres across Canada. It includes work in research, regulatory compliance of clinical trials, education, human resources and guidelines, as well as several ad-hoc groups. Reporting to the C17 Executive Director, the Administrative / Financial Assistant will manage the ongoing administrative and financial work of C17. This position requires someone who is self-motivated, organized, has a strong attention to detail and enjoys multi-tasking in a changing environment.

Duties:

Reporting to the Executive Director, C17 Council, this person will work in Edmonton to support the national childhood cancer and blood disorders network. Duties include:

  • Accounts Payable/Receivable – prepare and track payments, invoices, deposits, and file payment requisitions for internal and external payors/payees;
  • Reconcile monthly statements received from Alberta Health Services Finance and manage all accounts;
  • Administrative duties – word processing, excel spreadsheets, powerpoint presentations;
  • Set up national videoconferences, teleconferences;
  • Organize and minute monthly and annual national and committee meetings;
  • Help develop and manage surveys;
  • Help plan, monitor and ensure adherence to the budget and administrative procedures;
  • Identify potential funders and work with the C17 Executive Director and executive to secure funding;
  • Manage the C17 website and other communication and social media.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma plus post-secondary training in office administration with 2-3 years office experience. Progressively responsible experience in an administrative position is preferred.
  • Experience handling financial accounts (preferably within the past 2 years).
  • Relevant experience in research administration and/or health sciences.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point).
  • Experience in communication (websites, notices, newsletters, social media).
  • Knowledge of Alberta Health Services and University of Alberta processes an asset.
  • Excellent organizational, prioritization, communication (oral/written), problem solving and collaborative interpersonal skills with the ability to multitask and work on several different projects/issues at a time.
  • An understanding of the academic research environment in Canada.
  • Ability to work both in a team environment and make independent decisions.

Applications may be forwarded to:

  • Kathy Brodeur-Robb
  • Executive Director, C17 Council
  • 3-590 ECHA, 11405 87 Ave, Edmonton
  • T6G 1C9
  • c17@ahs.ca