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The Department of Neurology, Division of Neurocritical Care at Columbia University Irving Medical Center is seeking experienced candidates for a position as Clinical Research Coordinator I, focusing on managing a national study looking at recovery after life-threatening cardiac conditions. This position will be in Dr. Sachin Agarwal's Neuro Cardiac Program within Neurology. The incumbent will be able to contribute to an NIH-funded study, POST-ICECAP, investigating the role of in-hospital factors, rehabilitation, and social determinants of health for long-term recovery outcomes in patients who have survived acute medical events (e.g., cardiac arrest). The candidate will work with methodologies related to in-person and remote assessments of cognition, emotion, neurological recovery, and quality of life. The position entails working on publications related to recently completed projects and ongoing data collection and management.
??? Coordinate participant enrollment efforts, direct contact with site coordinators assessing participants, and all study-related procedures. ??? Able to learn and administer neuropsychological testing and provide supervision to other research assistants. ??? The candidate will also be responsible for data management and coordination of Research Center patient visits, maintenance of spreadsheets, organizing meetings, making phone calls to participants, efforts to retain participants and recruit new ones, community outreach efforts, and other administrative duties as assigned. ??? Supervision as well as direct participation in subject forms management, data entry, and data cleaning, in close coordination with other cores. ??? Other duties as assigned, including coordination and supervision of other projects under the direction of the PI as relates to cardiac arrest survivorship. ??? The work will require on-call responsibilities, which will occasionally include calls on nights and weekends. There is a general expectation for on-site work approximately 4-5 days/week.
This position requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus three years of related experience.
English and Spanish Fluency
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to work on different tasks at once and be highly organized.
Ability to work independently under minimal supervision, working on assigned timelines to meet study goals and objectives
Attention to detail with the ability to maintain accurate records
Strong general computing skills
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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