National Jewish Health in Denver, Colorado, announces a job opening for a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Division of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences.
We are a multidisciplinary team focused on the detection, treatment and prevention of pulmonary diseases caused by occupational and environmental exposures. We define the clinical presentation of occupational and environmental lung diseases, their natural history and causal exposures, as well as clinical, genetic and other risk factors.
We work with employees, unions, industry, government and others to provide exposure assessment, medical surveillance, and worker education to ultimately reduce and prevent these occupational and environmental illnesses.
The CRCII will assist faculty in the recruitment of subjects for participation in NIH and industry funded research studies. Responsibilities will include subject contact for education and recruiting, materials development, human subject protection documentation, questionnaire development, data entry and simple data analysis. The clinical research coordinator will interact internally with DEOHS staff and faculty and NJH patients and externally with workers and management. Good oral and written communication skills are essential. Ability to work both independently and as an integral member of a team are required.