Incumbent will be responsible for the coordination of the Columbia University staff activities for the SAMHSA mental and Substance Use Disorders Prevalence Study (MDPS). He/she will assist in identifying and recruiting area non-household facilities, recruit and hire 5 clinical interviewers, assist with administrative supervision of clinical interviewers and supervisor and in scheduling and coordinating times for in-person facility-based interviews. This person will also contribute to data analysis reports and data collection summary protocols.
Project management and coordination duties as needed, including IRB work 20%
Identify sampling unit urban areas in NYC area and non-household facilities (e.g., prison. State psychiatric hospital) 10%
Recruit and hire clinical interviews and clinical supervisor; ensure appropriate training of these staff 10%
Assist with data collection and reports 10%
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience required plus 4 years related experience.
Must have clinical research experience and experience writing IRB protocols and correspondence.
Must be able to travel within New York City area and be comfortable interacting with institutional leaders.
Some supervisory experience.
Master's degree with three years related experience or PhD in appropriate field
Must successfully complete all system training requirements
Contact with patients and/or research subjects
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 505554
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