OverviewNorth York General Hospital Research Coordinator I Temporary in Toronto, ON
North York General Hospital
Branch Toronto ON CA
Research Coordinator I
Computer skills including Word Perfect, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet, database and statistical software. Unit/Department:….
Position: Research Coordinator I
Unit/Department: Research and Innovation
Reports To: Director, Research & Innovation
Hours: 1.0 FTE, 37.5 hours weekly
Status: Full Time Temporary for one year
Salary: $55,205.87 – $66,512.75
Tracking ID: 17-0067
IMAGINE a hospital where everyone is committed to excellence. We did. We are. From boardroom to bedside, we go above and beyond to offer the best and safest patient care. At North York General Hospital, we put our patients first in everything we do. We are achieving a new standard of excellence in integrated patient-centered care, and as one of Canada’s leading community academic hospitals, we are building on our academic foundation through enhanced education, research and innovation. As part of our dynamic team, you too can stand out and be amazing! At North York General, our team is making a world of difference.
Research Coordinator I, Research & Innovation
Your goal in this position is to perform research activities involving project design, and collecting, summarizing or analyzing data. You may assist in study administration, but won’t perform any management duties. You will have the ability to adhere to the research protocol and work with the study Coordinator to carry out various aspects of conducting a clinical trial. You have excellent attention to detail and proven ability to learn new skills. You have superior organizational skills to manage multiple projects in a timely manner and flexibility to adapt to changing workload. You are self-motivated. You also have good personal and program time/detail management skills and you are able to work independently and as part of a team.
On a practical level, you will:
- Design of all source documents, patient education materials, etc
- Collection, transcription and entry of study related data
- Collecting data via phone calls, interviews
- Interact with various departments such as pharmacy, laboratories, medical records, etc.
- Assist Investigators in the interpretation and implementation of study protocols
- If applicable, assessment of potential serious adverse events and notification of study sponsor, physician and appropriate authorities
Working at NYGH means working with a dynamic team of fellow healthcare providers, staff, and volunteers in one of Canada’s leading hospitals. This is a full-time, temporary position, 75 hours bi-weekly, in Research & Innovation department. We offer a highly competitive total compensation package that may include benefits, pension, and vacation.
- Bachelor of Science
- Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pharmacology,
- GCP (HPB, FDA) regulation and guidelines
- Laboratory and diagnostic testing, health record analysis
- Computer skills including Word Perfect, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet, database and statistical software.
How to Apply:
Think you’re the right person for the job? Here’s your first chance to show us why:
- Please submit a covering letter and resume through our NYGH careers page nygh.on.ca/careers
- Please join our talent community by creating a profile on nygh.on.ca/careers
- Ensure your contact information and the title of the position to which you are applying is accurate.
- Ensure to meet the deadline – only covering letters and resumes received by 11:59pm on February 16, 2017 will be considered.
- We will review all applications and will contact those selected for an interview.
We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible environment. We are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live, including those with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodations in all parts of the hiring process. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
Employment Type: Temporary
Location: Toronto, ON, CA
Posted on: 2017-02-11