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Working at SCCR

At SCCR, we strive to find team members who are passionate about their work, are creative and want to deliver results. We place a high priority on equipping our team members to perform their job efficiently, helping them acquire new skills and grow within the organization. We encourage our team members to have a healthy balance between work commitments and life outside of work, and provide them all the support to achieve this balance.

"I like working for SCCR as the leadership really supports wellness and work life balance, we have been encouraged to use the App Calm to meditate, and referred to wellness resources such as the Greater Good. I really feel that they walk the talk."

-Donna Williams

"The benefit of working at SCCR is that we are embedded within an enriching, academic environment full of infinite learning opportunities. This supports both the professional and personal growth of team members at all stages of their careers."

-Nisha Talati

We have many new meaningful, globally impactful clinical research opportunities for onsite and remote roles. Options include studies with both COVID positive participants and the general population. Please contact us if you are available a minimum of 4 months or long-term for continuing studies. Add the programs for which you’re interested in the subject line, attach your resume, and include some good times to speak.

SCCR collaborates with dedicated faculty and globally impactful research. Learn more about SCCR and the programs we support here!

  • CTRU - COVID Positive Outpatient, (part of the Innovative Medicines Accelerator)

    Hours: Full-time 8:30-5:30pm Monday-Sunday
    Location Options: Palo Alto Tent #5 (Covid-Positive), Valley Care in Pleasanton, or Emeryville
    Ideal Commitment: Long-term, as will likely evolve into other studies

    · CRCa or 2: COVID CTRU – 2 open positions are needed for 5 new studies, and growing, at Palo Alto, Valley Care and Emeryville
    · Research Nurse 1 (4 FT needed; 1 PT needed for weekend/backup)
    · Research Nurse 2 (1 needed)
    · Nurse Practitioner – Research (2 needed)
    · Clinical Research Nurse Manager (1 needed)
    · CRM: COVID – CRM, Start-up Team with Regulatory Expertise (may be part-time, remote)
    · CRCa: Data & Quality & Compliance (may be remote)
    · aCRC: COVID – Remote Study (2 needed)

    COVID Inpatient: Hospital Medicine

    Hours: Full-time ~9am-6pm M-F; and Part-Time 12-5pm Sat and Sun
    Location Options : Stanford Hospital Mixed Remote/Onsite:
    Ideal Commitment: Long-term

    · CRC2s: Inpatient, remote/onsite combo
    · CRC2/Data specialist, remote
    · CRCa/2: Valley Care

    Emergency Room COVID Study

    Location: Mixed Remote/Onsite During Consent in Emergency Room at Stanford Hospital
    Ideal Commitment: 4-6 months

    · CRCa/2: COVID – Inpatient Emergency Room Study

    CRC2, GI & Hepatology

    Location: Redwood City
    Ideal Commitment: 4-6 months

    · CRC2: Onsite (1 patient-facing, maternity leave coverage, beginning immediately with possible long-term conversion; 1 long-term)

    Vaccine - COVID Studies with General Population

    Location(s): Likely 800 Welch, Palo Alto at the CTRU (non-COVID)
    New study; info forthcoming!

    · CRC2
    · CRCas: 3 total needed

    Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) – Epidemiological Studies with General Population

    Location: Palo Alto, Galvez Tent #4; San Mateo; or San Jose
    Duration: Starting immediately and study ending in December. The CRM may continue through closeout in March.

    · Clinical Research (Nurse) Manager (ideally at least 50% to 100% FTE)
    · Clinical Research RN/CRCII – Galvez Tent 4
    · Clinical Research RN/CRC I/II – off-campus testing sites in San Mateo County
    · Clinical Research RN/CRC I/II – off-campus testing sites in San Jose
    · CRC I/II - off-campus testing sites in East Bay

    Summary of Study & Responsibilities for CZI Program

    Ideal: Must have at least some clinical research experience and training, given rapid start and short timeframe.

    · Conducting clinical research related to the epidemiology of COVID in the general population and healthcare settings
    · Independently manage significant and key aspects of a large study
    · Working in a research tent on Stanford campus with travel to off-site specimen collection locations as needed
    · Perform nasopharyngeal swabbing and blood draws as part of study procedures
    · Oversee participant study visits including survey collection, specimen collection, participant follow-up
    · Oversee data management for research projects.
    · Develop and manage systems to organize, collect, report, and monitor data collection.
    · Extract, analyze, and interpret data.
    · Develop project schedules, targets, measurements, and accountabilities, as assigned. Lead team meetings and prepare/approve minutes.
    · Formally supervise, train, and/or mentor new staff or students, as assigned, potentially including hiring, preparing or assisting with the preparation of performance evaluations, and performing related duties, in addition to instruction on project work.
    · Audit operations, including laboratory procedures, to ensure compliance with applicable regulations; provide leadership in identifying and implementing corrective actions/processes.
    · Collaborate with principal investigators and study sponsors, monitor and report serious adverse events, and resolve study queries.
    · Provide leadership in determining, recommending, and implementing improvements to policies/processes; define best practices.
    · Ensure Institutional Review Board renewals are completed.
    · You will collaborate with the program director, and with study Co-Investigators

    Successful candidates will have the following qualities:

    · Exceptional communication skills and help build and strengthen new, multidisciplinary collaborations.
    · Be able to work with minimal supervision.
    · Be passionate about their work, flexible, fun, and want to deliver results.