A full-time new project manager would ensure success of on-going clinical trial operations and allow the collection of new pilot data for another large NIH grant proposals. The position will complete phone screenings, coordinate and run subject visits, collecting data, logging data entry, ordering medications and placebo and working with the investigational drug pharmacy, and doing blood draws and vitals. This full-time position encompasses a variety of responsibilities in primary coordination of a internally and externally funded research. This individual will assume responsibility for management, supervision and training of all non-professional research staff (excluding Ph.D.'s and M.D.'s) and the assurance of the proper use of laboratory staff, resources and equipment associated with all laboratory-based protocols. The Project Coordinator will work under the direct supervision of Dr. Stephanie Cacioppo in the Dept. of Psychiatry.
Successful management of on-going clinical trial operations and allow the collection of new pilot data for another large NIH grant proposals.
Completing phone screenings, coordinating and running subject visits, collecting data, logging data entry, ordering medications and placebo and working with the investigational drug pharmacy, and doing blood draws and vitals.
Management, supervision and training of all non-professional research staff (excluding Ph.D.'s and M.D.'s) and the assurance of the proper use of laboratory staff, resources and equipment associated with all laboratory-based protocols.
Liaise with IT Services on systems access, back-ups, and service requests
Data Management/Analysis (develop and maintain databases to store and analyze data; analyze, graph, and interpret study output utilizing lab preferred software; maintain and gather output from online data collection sources; provide insightful critique, contribution, and comments to all written output; familiarity with current literature concerning lab protocols; complete literature searches
Organize and coordinate preparation of all materials for regulatory and granting agencies (i.e., IRB, CRC, NIH, etc.); track all information regarding payment (subjects, doctors, nurses, etc.); coordinate travel for follow-up subjects returning to re-test sessions; update study website)
Submit faculty memberâ™s GEMS reports
Place orders for office and lab supplies
Monitor and approve Buysite invoices
Support the hiring process for students and temporary staff.
Approve, monitor, and audit time management system for hourly employees
Manage special projects
Education, Experience and Certifications:
Bachelor's degree required
Post secondary work experience in a field related to the research being conducted
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
Knowledge of Microsoft Office MS Access, MS Excel, FilemakerPro, SPSS
Cover letter and resume
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