The Digestive Disease Institute at Virginia Mason (DDI) is recognized worldwide as a leader in the multidisciplinary care of digestive disorders. At the DDI, patients receive remarkable, innovative care from renowned specialists for disorders of the colon, intestine, esophagus, pancreas, liver and biliary tract, including pancreatitis, fatty liver disease, and inflammatory bowel disease.
DDI physicians collaborate in research to achieve breakthroughs in digestive disease, translating their findings into improved patient outcomes, and advanced, quality care. DDI’s Clinical Research Mission is to provide patients an extraordinary and individualized research experience, innovative treatment options and outstanding customer service through a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach. More than 700 patients are active in the Digestive Disease Institute’s clinical trials and research studies, offering new hope to patients who have tried established therapies without success.
The Clinical Research Specialist position will focus on executing Quality and Regulatory Compliance initiatives. The Specialist will support the regulatory activities of the program, act as a Mentor to the Coordinator team, and back-up patient care activities as needed.
Just as Virginia Mason is dedicated to improving the lives of our patients and our community, we are equally dedicated to your professional and personal success. With a wide range of perks that includes comprehensive compensation and benefits, continuing education and support, and the opportunity to live in one of the most livable cities in the country, you will find that an opportunity with Team Medicine is one worth taking.
For more information or to apply online visit our website at http://jobs.VirginiaMason.org. We are an equal opportunity employer
Bachelor's degree in a field of science, healthcare or related discipline; or equivalent required.
CRC certification or similar professional research certification required.
Strong computer skills, including spreadsheet management and word processing, required.
Strong skills in autonomously prioritizing and implementing simultaneous research projects required.
Knowledge of federal and state research guidelines and regulatory bodies, IRB, NIH, Benaroya Research Institute at VMMC and database collection.
CPR certification required.
Healthcare Assistant Certification may be required based on position responsibilities (e.g., performing phlebotomy). Completion of: 1) Human Subjects Research Training tutorial and classes; 2) Ethical Human Research training; and 3) shipping and handling of hazardous materials training provided by BRI required within 30 days of hire.
Preferred qualifications; Master's degree; 5 years of full-time experience as a CRC II, or equivalent, including at least 2 years of experience in study management and budget creation.
Additional Salary Information: Competitive salary + DOE
Internal Number: 190292
About Virginia Mason Medical Center
With numerous awards and distinctions, including our recognition as Top Hospital of the Decade by The Leapfrog Group, Virginia Mason has transformed health care through our innovations in patient safety and our ability to provide patients in our community with easier access to our high-quality care. Consisting of a 336-bed hospital in Seattle, WA, and an extensive network of primary and specialty care clinics throughout the Puget Sound region, joining Virginia Mason is an exceptional opportunity to partner with nationally recognized physicians and peers, and an organization recognized as the benchmark for health care.