The Dan L. Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center is seeking a Research
Coordinator to assist Dr. Ernest Camp in managing all significant
aspects of multiples clinical research projects. The ideal
candidate should have previous experience coordinating multiple
clinical trials simultaneously, inclusive of Cancer studies. Must
have the ability to work independently with minimal supervision and
have the flexibility to, occasionally, work irregular hours. We are
seeking a candidate who can demonstrate knowledge of regulatory
affairs and IRB processes. Additionally, the coordinator will be
responsible for ensuring accurate data collection, documentation,
organization, and the safety of research participants. Will
supervise other research coordinators and staff as necessary.
- Works with the PI to assure that the study complies with all
terms and conditions, including but not limited to education, IRB
approval, conflict of interest disclosure, health and safety
protections for participants and staff, and any financial terms or
- Interviews, screens, and consents patients for study; explains
process and procedures to educate participants regarding the
- Collects patient information; processes documents and enters
information into a database. Retrieves and submits test results to
the appropriate party.
- May collect, process, ship, and maintain paperwork for
biological specimens according to procedures outlined in the study
- Maintains adequate inventory of study supplies. If handling
investigational drugs/devices, follow the sponsor protocol and
policies on Investigational Drug/Device Accountability.
- Maintains records and regulatory documents. Assist the PI with
regulatory affairs activities and the preparation, review, and
submission of documents to the IRB.
- Manages and supervises the activities of the implementation
team and research personnel.
- Schedules research participants for tests and procedures such
as laboratory tests, x-rays, and other studies specific to the
research protocol. Attend surgical procedures.
- Assists the Principal Investigator in the submission of event
reports, including but not limited to Non-compliance, Adverse
Events, and Unanticipated Problems.
- Keeps track of Protocol Amendments, Clarification letters and
study updates and implement updates accordingly.
- Attends investigator meetings as required or requested by the
PI and/or Sponsor.
- Communicates with research subject through the study.
- Bachelor's degree in a related field. Four years of related
experience may substitute for degree requirement.
- Two years of relevant experience.
- Master's degree preferred.
- Bilingual, English/Spanish speaking preferred but not
- Previous experience in research.
- Works well independently, detailed with strong organizational
skills, medical terminology, computer experience in Word, Excel,
EPIC, basic typing, problem solver, good verbal and written
- Three years of relevant experience.
- Current certification (Certified Clinical Research
Professional-CCRP, Certified Clinical Research Coordinator-CCRC)
from a clinical research organization (SoCRA or ACRP).
- Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills
as well as excellent interpersonal skills with patients, staff, and
other health care professionals.
- The ideal candidate should have previous experience
coordinating Cancer studies.
- Have the ability to work independently with minimal supervision
and have flexibility to occasionally work irregular hours.
- The candidate must demonstrate knowledge of regulatory affairs
and IRB processes.
- Additionally, the candidate must have work knowledge of
database management and be able to coordinate multiple clinical
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action/Equal Access Employer.