Clinical Research Coordinator

Clinical Research New York City, Alaska


Company Overview:      

The Clinical Research Division at The IMA Group is a dynamic hub of expertise and innovation, dedicated to advancing healthcare through clinical trials and studies. Our team of seasoned professionals collaborates with industry leaders, conducting patient-centric research across diverse therapeutic areas. Committed to ethical practices and regulatory compliance, we aim to pioneer groundbreaking medical solutions that shape the future of healthcare.      


Job Summary:      

IMA Clinical Research is seeking an experienced Clinical Research Coordinator with proficiency in managing clinical trials and a background in phlebotomy. They are eagerly seeking individuals like you to become an integral part of our team in NYC!      

As a Clinical Research Coordinator, you will be responsible for orchestrating and overseeing clinical trials in accordance with FDA requirements and GCP guidelines.      

The starting salary for this position is $60,000 to $65,000 depending on experience. 



  • Coordinating clinical trials according to sponsor protocols and ensuring adherence to SOPs.
  • Acquiring and maintaining comprehensive knowledge of study protocols and associated procedures.
  • Effectively communicating with various stakeholders within the research industry, including sponsors, CROs, monitors CRAs, IRBs, laboratories, and clinical personnel.
  • Advising Investigator and staff on protocols and procedures essential for successful study implementation and completion.
  • Timely notification of adverse events or serious adverse events as per the protocol.
  • Upholding ALCOA principles for accurate and timely documentation, including meticulous data entry.


Education and Experience:      

  • Preferably clinical experience in healthcare settings.
  • Proficient in conducting and interpreting clinical and diagnostic tests (such as vital signs, height, weight, temperature, etc.) preferred.
  • Capable of independent work, leading studies, and making informed decisions.
  • Strong team player with proactive problem-solving skills.
  • Exceptional communication, professional demeanor, and high motivation.



  • At least two years of clinical research and phlebotomy experience.
  • Preferred Clinical Research Coordinator certification (CCRC).
  • Proficient in leading multiple concurrent projects.
  • Bachelor's degree required; significant demonstrated experience or a master’s degree is preferred.


  • Complete Health Coverage: Comprehensive Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance packages to ensure your well-being.
  • Balanced Lifestyle: Generous paid time off, holidays, and a floating holiday to maintain a healthy work-life balance.
  • Retirement: A 401k plan with employer matching for a secure financial future.
  • Comprehensive Benefit Offerings: Benefits include LTD, STD, Flexible Spending Account, Voluntary Life, Voluntary ADD, and Company-paid Life Insurance and ADD coverage.
  • Tuition Assistance and Student Loan Repayment Assistance: Benefit from IMA’s tax free tuition reimbursement and tax-free student loan repayment assistance program to fuel your ongoing educational journey and to help you pay for the degree you already have!
  • Family Support: Paid maternity leave and paid parental leave reflecting our commitment to supporting families.
  • No on Call Responsibilities: When you are home, you can leave work behind.


The IMA Group is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer      

Our Government Services Division supports local, state, and federal agencies and delivers professional and objective medical and psychological examinations as well as ancillary services. Our Payer Services Division meets the evaluation and screening needs of Carriers, TPAs, Public Entities and Employers and includes behavioral health and physical medicine specialty services, working with a wide range of organizations within the workers' compensation, disability, liability, and auto markets. Our Clinical Research Division performs all types of Phase II-IV clinical trials in multiple therapeutic areas through a flexible nationwide network of site locations and virtual capabilities.