The NYU Department of Population Health has an immediate opening for an experienced Project Coordinator to coordinate community outreach activities and evaluation of community-based tobacco control programs.
The Project Coordinator has two-fold responsibilities.
1. Project management and outreach
Develop community outreach strategies and coordinate outreach activities
Assume day to day management of the projects through all stages from proposal, research design, schedule, the resources, to delivery and set-up
Oversee the projects to ensure the completion of all objectives while ensuring the compliance with protocol guidelines
Utilize strong facilitation and communication skills to liaise with multiple community partner organizations and internal research team to ensure alignment on project objectives; coordinate meetings and document all correspondence and communication related to the projects
Maintain communication with principal investigator, co-investigators and other team members regarding the progress of the projects
Proactively identify and detect problems, make recommendations for addressing issues as they arise, and ensure timely solutions
Document all project files and their relevance
Prepare reports to research sponsors
2. Field operation
Handle logistics for the projects (e.g., quality control management)
Manage project protocols, and implement procedures to ensure the compliance with protocol guidelines
Serve as a knowledgeable contact for community partners, including timeline and literature related to the projects; provide on-site training and assistance at partner organizations, and provide clear instructions when requested by partner organizations
Utilize strong communication skills to collect qualitative and quantitative data
Master’s degree in Public Health, Health Communication, Behavioral Science, Health Education or related field
Bilingual required English and Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese)
A minimum of one year experience in project management or coordination
Demonstrate competence in oral and written communication
Must be organized, attentive to detail, and possess a positive and professional demeanor
Knowledge/experience related to tobacco control projects is a plus
Candidates need to send cover letter, resume, and a list of three references to Dr. Nan Jiang. For questions regarding the position or application process, please contact Dr. Jiang by email.
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About New York University
The Department of Population Health at NYU School of Medicine is working to bridge the worlds of medicine and public health, leading research to improve the health of populations in New York City and around the globe and educating students to become leaders in healthcare delivery, health policy and public health.