Clinical Research Coordinator - Human Performance and Robotics
IHMC is currently seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) to work with the Human Performance and Resilience team. IHMC continues to develop and grow its Human Performance and Resilience portfolio of research programs and has a growing need for clinical coordination support. Individuals hired will work with our interdisciplinary human performance team as well as interact and collaborate with members of the Robotics/Exoskeleton team and AI/Computer science personnel.
The CRC administers, maintains and coordinates the logistical aspects of clinical trials and other human research projects in compliance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and relevant Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). The CRC is a pivotal point of contact & support for the research team. The CRC works with the research team and institute personnel to support and provide guidance on the administration, compliance, and financial related aspects of clinical studies.
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Ideal Candidate: We are seeking individuals who are passionate about human performance and have experience working on multi-disciplinary teams to drive research success. Applicants must be capable of functioning both in a tight-knit team and independently for extended periods of time. The ideal individual will have military experience and have been involved in clinical research to include but limited to Aerospace and Aviation medical research and operations. Applicants must also have good communication, coordination, and documentation skills, and thrive in both a team and individual environment.
CRC applicants should have experience working in laboratories, managing a portfolio of programs, developing and executing methods of procedures (MOPs), and working with Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) to ensure program success.
- Bachelor’s degree in biology or other healthcare focus areas
- Military experience
- Experience coordinating multiple programs in an interdisciplinary portfolio
- Regulatory and compliance knowledge (GCP, ICH, HIPAA, IRB, FDA, NIH, DoD, NASA
- Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office, Adobe, data management software)
- Authorization to work in the United States
- Master’s or Ph.D. degree in biology or other healthcare focus areas
- Experience working with military cohorts
- Experience with aerospace and operational physiology
- Experience with medical ethics
Email to email@example.com with the subject line “Clinical Research Coordinator – YourLastName” and include the following:
- Current resume in pdf format. Name your file: “YourLastName_Resume.pdf”.
- Cover letter in pdf format. Name your file: “YourLastName_CoverLetter.pdf”
**Application is considered incomplete until all items are submitted.**
Location: Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC), Pensacola, FL
IHMC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
The Institute for Human & Machine Cognition (IHMC) pioneers technologies aimed at leveraging and extending human capabilities.
IHMC is a not-for-profit research institute of the Florida University System and is affiliated with several Florida universities.
Researchers at IHMC pioneer technologies aimed at leveraging and extending human capabilities. Our human-centered approach often results in systems that can be regarded as cognitive, physical, or perceptual orthoses, much as eyeglasses are a kind of ocular orthoses. These systems fit the human and machine components together in ways that exploit their respective strengths and mitigate their respective weaknesses. The design and fit of technological orthoses and prostheses requires a broader interdisciplinary range than is typically found in one organization, thus IHMC staff includes computer scientists, cognitive psychologists, neuroscientists, linguists, physicians, philosophers, engineers and social scientists of various stripes, as well as some people who resist all attempts to classify them.
Current active research areas include: artificial intelligence, cognitive science, knowledge modeling and sharing, human interactions with autonomy, humanoid robotics, exoskeletons, advanced interfaces and displays, cybersecurity, communication and collaboration, linguistics and natural language processing, computer-mediated learning systems, intelligent data understanding, software agents, expertise studies, work practice simulation, knowledge representation, big data and machine learning, as well as other related areas.
IHMC faculty and staff collaborate extensively with industry and government to develop science and technology that can be enabling with respect to society’s broader goals. IHMC researchers receive funding from a wide range of government and private sources. IHMC research partners have included: DARPA, NSF, NASA, Army, Navy, Air Force, NIH, IARPA, DOT, IDEO, Raytheon, IBM, Microsoft, Rockwell Collins, Boeing, Lockheed, and SAIC, among others.