Data Coordinator

in Chapel Hill, NC

Job #:533433

Practice Area: Healthcare IT

Date Posted: 09/11/2020

Share this job  

Job Title:  Data Coordinator

Location:  Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Industry:  Clinical Research

Terms:  Contract-to-hire

Requirements: EDC, reviewing patient eligibility, data management, prior oncology experience

Data Coordinator Summary:

As a data coordinator, you’ll be coordinating complex clinical research studies and perform site initiation activities, help create data collection forms, coordinate the comprehensive protocol patient record charts by supervising collection of all inter-departmental data records for assigned studies. Additionally, the position will independently assess patients for eligibility for inclusion in studies. The position will oversee the registration and randomizing of patients into studies, assure accurate data is documented in accordance with clinical research protocols and federal regulations. The position will oversee and/or perform the proper processing and shipping of patient laboratory samples for assigned protocols correctly according to procedures outlined in the protocol/laboratory manual in a timely fashion.
Data Coordinator Responsibilities:

  • Complete review and assurance of patient eligibility
  • Register patients and enter study patients into our database system- OnCore- within 24 hours of consent
  • Complete data queries
  • Identify and track follow patient follow ups
  • Document all deviations to reflect correspondence with the IRB, study team and Principle Investigator
  • Participate in monitoring and audits conducted by the study sponsor and protocol office for all IITs
  • Facilitate and participate in pre-activation, study initiation, monitor and close out meetings
  • Ensure collection of biopsy specimens in accordance with protocol

Data Coordinator Requirements:

  • Working knowledge and facility with information technology
  • Ability to document procedures and to lead exchange of information through dialog, instruction, and demonstration
  • Ability to develop working knowledge of proprietary databases sufficient to ensure quality control and quality assurance tasks
  • Ability to develop working knowledge of compliance and procedures relating to oncology clinical research
  • SWAT and Phase 1 require oncology experience with a preference on multiple disease groups because they are assigned studies across the board and not assigned to one particular group.  Phase 1 also requires extreme organization and attention to detail with more expected data and quick changes to protocols when safety is in issue.

Job Key Words:

  • Leukemia, patient eligibility, data management, clinical research methods

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Benefits?  Yes, provided by the client
  • Remote Workers?  Not eligible, must work onsite with the team
  • Visa Sponsorship?  Not offered
  • Corp-to-Corp?  Not eligible


How to Apply:

For immediate attention please apply online and send a text message or leave a voicemail for Lauren Taylor at 603-686-9152.

ettain group is the Talent Solutions Company dedicated to employment opportunities in Technology, Healthcare IT, Digital, Professional, and Government. Since 1996 we’ve helped the most talented professionals in the industry capture the in-demand roles that align with their career goals. We are your long-term career partner and will not only work to find you an opportunity now but will actively work to re-engage you on your next assignment. Top employers and highly skilled talent throughout the U.S. select ettain group for an unparalleled recruitment experience, which has earned us ClearlyRated’s Best of Staffing Diamond Awards for both Talent & Client Satisfaction for 9 consecutive years, an honor achieved by less than 2% in our industry. To learn more about ettain group visit To explore more job opportunities with ettain group, visit

Apply Now