Clinical Research Coordinator

Job Location
New York, NY 10005

Celmatix is looking to add talented and accomplished individuals to its fast-growing team. We offer a full range of benefits including competitive salary and equity compensation, excellent medical insurance, pre-tax FSA and transit benefits, and a 401k retirement plan.

Job Description

Celmatix is a research-driven precision medicine company focused on maximizing fertility. We are seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator to join our growing team. Reporting to the Manager of Clinical Research Operations, the Clinical Research Coordinator will be responsible for helping to launch new research studies, onboarding new research partners into studies, and ensuring the smooth running of ongoing studies.

A strong written and verbal communicator, the ideal candidate has two years of progressively responsible project coordination experience, preferably in a research setting, and is highly collaborative with a roll up one’s sleeves attitude. The successful candidate is detail-oriented, efficient and motivated; a conceptual thinker that has experience working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.


  • Partner with members of the Operations and Research teams to play an active role in ensuring the success of Celmatix-led research studies
  • Assist in the preparation of clinical protocols, amendments, informed consent forms, study guides, case report forms, and any other clinical research related documents
  • Monitor performance of investigational sites
  • Educate study sites in correct collection, processing and shipping of biospecimens to central repository
  • Closely monitor study subjects' progress, document research observations, and assess the need for action and/or consultation with the Manager of Clinical Research Operations
  • Interact with potential study participants, educating them about the study including the possible risks/benefits, procedural details and significance of the study; answers study related questions posed via e-mail or phone calls from potential participants and/or the general public
  • Data collection and data entry, including performing regular audits to ensure that the data collected is complete and accurate
  • Assist with the production of participant education material, research newsletters, development of web content and online project communication
  • Communicate progress and research findings with regular presentations
  • Handle various administrative activities generally associated with conducting research studies
  • Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, health care administration or related field
  • Minimum of two years of progressively responsible project coordination experience, preferably in a research setting
  • Experience working on a human clinical research study strongly preferred
  • Experience working on a research study with a biobank component strongly preferred
  • Strong organizational, and communication skills
  • Demonstrate motivation to think about alternative approaches and ideas
  • Intellectually curious, not necessarily willing to accept only the first answer found
  • Self-motivated, driven to meet ongoing research milestones
  • Strong problem-solving skills and willingness to roll up one’s sleeves to get the job done
  • Ability to efficiently acquire new technical skills or domain expertise
  • Positive attitude and is open to close collaboration within a dynamic and driven team
About Our Organization

Named one of Crain's "Biotechs to Watch," Celmatix is changing the face of women’s health through the development of digital tools and genetic insights focused on fertility potential. Our unique approach combines data science and genomics to bring personalized medicine to fertility. Our leadership team includes a diverse group of world-class scientists and professionals including a founder recently recognized by Fortune Magazine as one of 15 Entrepreneurs Disrupting their Industries, Inc Magazine’s 10 Women to Watch in Tech, and named an Aspen Institute’s Health Innovator Fellow, and a NYC Venture Fellow by the NYCEDC.

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