1) Maintain full caseload and execute timely implementation of standardized assessments and other parent and child measures in the home environment, according to study protocol: schedule visits, prepare materials.
2) Conduct assessment and study data collection sessions.
3) Maintain accurate, complete, and timely documentation of all study visits and assessment results, including an up-to-date caseload calendar.
4) Ensure timely progress through study timeline of all participants in assigned caseload.
5) Administer TMW assessment measures in a consistent and standardized manner, according to study protocol, with a high level of fidelity. Demonstrate a detailed understanding of applicable â˜best practicesâ™ for conducting assessments and surveys, and a working understanding of supporting research.
6) Cultivate and maintain positive relationships with program participants.
7) Convey constructive and positive feedback to participants to facilitate assessment goals.
8) Communicate regularly with Administrative Coordinator and Project Manager regarding scheduling updates, assessment and study materials, and supporting documentation.
9) Maintain clear and constant communication with PI, Project Manager, and Data Coordinator regarding all matters related to study participants and program.
10) Assist with recruiting and enrolling participants.
11) Coordinate participantsâ™ progress through longitudinal RCT according to study protocol.Maintain regular contact with study participants and study staff via phone, text, email, and TMW Web Platform.
12) Staff participant data collection meetings for longitudinal RCT field staff and student research assistants according to study protocol.Coordinate pickup and drop off of study materials.
13) Delegate study support tasks to student research assistants, such as filing, data entry, study material prep.
14) Coordinate student research assistant schedules for work on longitudinal RCT.
1) Flexible schedule required, including ability to work evenings and weekends as needed
2) Valid Driverâ™s License, clean driving record, and ability to operate motor vehicle
3) Ability and willingness to work in a program located in low-income communities
4) Experience working with families, infants, toddlers, and young children
5) Problem solving skills
6) Strong ability to relate to people from diverse gender, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds
7) Problem solving skills
8) Proven ability to function as a cooperative and supportive team member
9) Proven ability to work within prescribed timelines
10) Ability to learn and master technology and software programs
11) Ability to process, protect, and exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials
12) Basic knowledge of early childhood education
1) Bachelorâ™s degree in a field relevant to the research being conducted.
2) Proficiency in Spanish, including the ability to read, write, and speak Spanish,
1) Experience working with families, infants, toddlers, and young children.
2) Experience working with underserved populations .
Required Documents 1) Resume 2) Cover Letter 3) Contact information for at least three supervisory references
Note: When applying, all documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV portion of the application.
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