Clinical Data Coordinator
Provide basic and some comprehensive data management expertise to the Clinical Data Management (CDM) team to provide
efficient, quality data management products that meet customer needs. May also undertake team leadership activities under
the supervision of the Data Operations Coordinator (DOC), Data Team Lead (DTL), or Functional Manager.
• Serve as a Data Operations Coordinator (DOC) for one protocol with less then 5 operations staff (excludes DE) or 15+
easy to moderately complex central laboratory studies, or serve in a leadership role in a specific data management task
(e.g., coder, tester or database designer for technologies that don't require extensive programming expertise) with
o May serve in the role of back-up to a DOC or DTL.
o May conduct data review.
o May write and resolve data clarifications.
o May lead database audit team.
o May develop and test databases and edit specifications.
o May perform testing of programming.
o May perform clinical data coding.
• Understand and comply with core operating procedures and working instructions.
• Meet objectives as assigned.
• Develop and maintain good communications and working relationships with CDM team.
All responsibilities are essential job functions unless noted as nonessential (N).
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• Medical terminology exposure
• Excellent organizational, communication, leadership and computer skills
• Ability to exercise excellent attention to detail
• Ability to act independently and with initiative required to resolving problems
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, managers and clients
Note: This job description may be filled by the following data management roles (including but not limited to):
• Data Operations Coordinator (DOC)
• Clinical Data Coordinator (CDC)
• Validation Team Lead (VTL)
• Validation Team Member (VTM)
• Indexing Operator (IO)
• Data Administrator (DA)
MINIMUM REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor’s degree, or educational equivalence, in clinical, biological or mathematical sciences, or related field, or nursing qualification; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience
• Extensive use of telephone and face-to-face communication requiring accurate perception of speech
• Extensive use of keyboard requiring repetitive motion of fingers
• Regular sitting for extended periods of time