GDIT's Military Health Team is hiring Clinical Research Coordinators to support protocols for the 59th Medical Wing (59th MDW). Currently, we have 4 positions open. The location will vary depending on the specific research group/ study and will be on-site at Lackland Air Force Base or Brook Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas.
Research Areas Include: combat trauma, diabetes & thoracotomy
The 59th Medical Wing Science and Technology (ST) office advises and conducts clinical and translational research on matters pertaining to the medical aspects of the Air Expeditionary Force and the health of Air Force (AF) personnel and beneficiaries. In order to support the required research, ST offices conduct translational research in the areas of emergency medical care, combat casualty care, force health protection, restorative medicine, clinical and rehabilitative medicine and specialty centers. Learn more HERE
The Clinical Research Coordinator will support government directors, Principal Investigators (PIs,) in the planning, programming, and execution of clinical research projects and protocols and associated activities.
What You'll Be Doing:
Maintains study records in accordance with protocols, study schedules, participant observations, and provides follow up documentation to the PI. For human research studies, assists with study enrollment and activities related to the conduct of the study.
Coordinates one (1) to several simultaneous projects for the PI/director; confers with investigator on experimental design; provides instruction on various research laboratory techniques, and study participant contact procedures.
Organizes research information; manages reporting and data collection.
Monitors research study budget.
Research equipment/supply catalogs, and recommend purchase requests for projects/protocols in accordance with the IRB.
Documents all regulatory research and administrative actions to ensure study compliance.
Prepares/delivers required reports and other research documentation to PI.
Prepares correspondence, builds study files, develop schedules, and presentation graphics to support the research study.
Uses available software systems, specifically which includes the current accounts tracking systems, publication submissions, purchase orders, credit card purchases, and preparation of forms for incoming and out coming funds.
What You'll Need (required):
Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences or a closely related field.
2+ years’ minimum experience in clinical research.
Demonstrated FDA regulatory experience.
Demonstrate competence in oral and written communication.
Computer skills including at least intermediate level experience with Excel and other Microsoft Office Software.
Knowledge of CFR, GCP and ICH guidelines.
Must successfully complete CITI training and GCP training (shortly after being hired) and keep current.
What Would Be Even Better (preferred):
Master's degree, preferred.
Attributes for Success:
Must be organized, attentive to detail, and possess a positive, friendly and professional demeanor.
What GDIT Can Offer You:
Challenging work that makes a real impact on the world around you
Internal mobility team dedicated to helping you own your career
401K with company match
Diverse, highly collaborative teams
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GDIT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status, or any other protected class.
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