Rady Children's Hospital San Diego Clinical Research Coordinator-50281 in San Diego, California


The Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC-RN) serves as the lead clinical study coordinator on research protocols. The CRC may also assist with additional protocols. Serves as a liaison between the organization, investigators, research sponsors and investigational subjects. Under the direction of an investigator, the CRC is responsible for the planning, implementation and oversight of a variety of clinical trials, maintaining compliance with all applicable institutional, state and federal regulations. The CRC's primary responsibilities are related to study management which includes supervising and educating the study team, subject recruitment and protocol implementation strategies, preparing study source documents, flowcharts and checklists, monitoring study team compliance and executing the research protocol clinical procedures. Independently applies the nursing process through the assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation and documentation of research in the pediatric population. Functions as a role model at the expert level of clinical and research practice, characterized by viewing situations as a whole, advanced clinical skills, teaching/mentoring of peers and direct reports and professional contributions to research. The CRC reports directly to the Investigator and to the Clinical Trials Program Manager and supervisess the activities of research nurses and nonlicensed personnel.


Bachelor's Degree

California RN License

3 years of experience

Two years of pediatrics or clinical research experience


Master's Degree

Three years of pediatrics and clinical research experience

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