Research Nurse Coordinator I - Lic
Hours: Part-time (.8) FTE - open to candidates interested in working between a .6 FTE to 1.0 FTE. Day shift with some evenings and weekends.
Responsible to create, organize and submit IRB documents and follow through with approvals. Provides leadership and coordination of pediatric clinical research studies at Seattle Children's. Organize the planning and implementation of clinical research studies in accordance with current regulatory guidelines for clinical research in children. Act as a resource for research and clinical staff participating in implementation of clinical research trials.
- BS in Nursing
- Minimum of 1-2 years nursing experience, to include a combination of the following: - Pediatric experience - Research experience.
- Pediatric phlebotomy skills
- Current Washington State licensure to practice nursing.
- At time of hire: Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers is required for all positions. Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) will be accepted in lieu of BLS for Healthcare Providers.
- As a condition of employment: Current BLS for Health Care Providers is to be maintained at all times by all nurses. Note: current PALS and/or PEARS will be accepted in lieu of BLS, and must be maintained as current at all times. Employees are responsible for any costs (including time away from work) associated with obtaining PALS or PEARS certification if it is not a requirement of the position. (ACLS will not be accepted as a substitute to the requirements listed above.)
- Master's Degree in Nursing
- Environmental Health Experience strongly preferred
- Prior experience in assigned clinical research specialty area
- Completion of the Ethics Course recognized by Seattle Children's IRB
- Bilingual in Spanish
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