Clinical Project Coordinator

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Position Type: Full-time

Company Mission: 

The Iterative Scopes mission is to empower doctors with real-time computer-aided detection and diagnostic tools powered by state-of-the-art computer vision and machine learning technology; improving patient outcomes by helping gastroenterologists detect and classify lesions in real-time, including those that often elude the human eye; and improving care worldwide by providing doctors across the globe with access to deep neural networks trained by the world’s best

and most experienced GI specialists.

 

Iterative Scopes is a venture backed company established by Jonathan Ng, MD a second time founder. The company has raised over $14M and is on track to be one of the fastest growing MIT startups. The scientific advisory board includes world-class gastroenterologists primarily based in Boston and leading MIT computer vision and machine learning researchers and faculty.

Job Overview:

The Clinical Project Coordinator provides oversight to various projects within the Clinical Operations division and reports to the Associate Director Clinical Partnerships. This position is primarily operational in nature and serves as a liaison between various stakeholders, both internal and external.

 

The Clinical Project Coordinator owns action items and tasks, executing on them in a timely fashion, and follows up with other stakeholders on tasks associated with these projects and initiatives. The successful coordinator ensures actions are complete and critical issues identified and escalated for resolution.

Job Duties*: 

  • Provide daily operational support and project oversight to service implementation at clinical sites

  • Track and complete projects as well as related tasks and activities, including documenting project reports, schedules, budgets, and other pertinent records

  • Communicate with internal & external stakeholders to collect project plan data including updates and ensure that projects are running as scheduled; communicate project status updates

  • Assist in identification, scheduling and processing of project deliverables, milestones and required tasks

  • Manage and track projects from start to finish

  • Develop and maintain effective relationships with internal team members, external site leadership, vendors and stakeholders in order to act as an effective liaison between all parties

  • Learn and understand the motivations, needs and road-blockers of various stakeholders involved in each project

  • In addition to the above, this role is responsible for various administrative duties such as: scheduling meetings, coordinating conference calls, preparing meeting presentation materials, maintaining records of meeting minutes, and tracking key action items and decisions. 

* Including, but not limited to

Skills & Requirements:

  • Intellectually curious

  • College degree in related field or equivalent work experience required

  • Experience within the healthcare start ups preferable

  • Minimum of three years of experience in a professional office environment, with at least one year of project management/administration experience

  • Proven ability to manage multiple priorities and or projects

  • Ability to make independent, critical decisions that will impact project and department success

  • Excellent time management, planning and organizational skills are required

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Attention to detail and thorough follow-up skills

  • High level of tact, integrity and professionalism

  • Travel required (10-20%)

Preferred Experience & Skills:

  • Quantitative skills; i.e. harvest, model, analyze, and visualize data

  • Healthcare sector experience preferred

  • Experience working within a high paced, fluid environment

  • Experience reading clinical research manuscripts

  • Experience with vendor management 

Additional Information: 

The Iterative Scopes advisory board includes leading MIT computer vision and machine learning researchers/faculty and world-class Boston-area physicians and gastroenterology experts

Recruitment & Staffing: 

Agencies: Iterative Scopes does not accept unsolicited resumes from any source other than candidates. The submission of unsolicited resumes by recruitment or staffing agencies to Iterative Scopes or its employees is strictly prohibited unless contacted directly by Iterative Scopes' internal operations team. Any resume submitted by an agency in the absence of a signed agreement will automatically become the property of Iterative Scopes, and Iterative Scopes will not owe any referral or other fees with respect thereto. 

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