Covance Data Coordinator in United States

Job Overview

The Data Coordinator I provides administrative and technical support to internal Covance departments, demonstrates knowledge of Covance database(s) and assists in problem solving issues related to revisions as requested by clients. This position guarantees timely completion of revisions and or modifications normally associated to basic and moderate-complex requests.

Responsibilities of the Role

In your role as Data Coordinator, you will

  • Review revision requests to ensure the information provided is accurate

  • Complete data revision requests and follow up with the requestor, if required

  • Perform data revision functions on requests including, but not limited to, ordering, moving, or deleting test groups, resulting or modifying current test results, investigator changes, and visiting reassignments

  • Conduct self-quality checks on data revisions

  • Resolve database and project issues, coordinating with other departments, if required; escalate wherever appropriate resolutions are incomplete

  • Work in collaboration with the Global Data Reconciliation Centre team to assist in day-to-day activities

The following elements of the job could be called out if required:

  • Attend required training to maintain and develop necessary competencies

  • Ensure compliance with departmental guidelines and organisational standards


Clinical Data Coordinators are most successful at Covance with:

  • A graduate degree

  • Previous experience of at least a year in healthcare, medical, or a laboratory

  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate

  • High degree of attention to detail

  • Good organisation skills

  • Demonstrated ability to multitask

  • Good communication skills – written and verbal


1 to 3 yrs of experience

Job Number 2018-17368

Job Category Clinical Operations

Position Type Full-Time

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