2) Coordinate programmatic aspects of NIH-funded randomized control trials and other designs including studies of caregivers of people with dementia, people with cancer, people with cardiovascular disease and diabetes, female sexual function/dysfunction, etc.
3) Contribute to the ongoing development, implementation, and dissemination of trials and other experimental designs, including ongoing monitoring of studies in the field
4) Develop and iterate IRB protocols and manage clinicaltrials.gov registration
5) Create meeting agendas and lead internal and external meetings
6) Foster and maintain internal and external research partner and clinical site relationships
7) Ensure milestones are met including: tracking data collection progress, identify deviations from projected accrual plans, direct solutions to correct course, collaborate with research analytics and operations team to ensure data collection progresses on budget and on time
8) Collaborate with external vendors to ensure study progress and fidelity to study protocol
9) Work closely with investigators and other staff to facilitate community engagement efforts, public relations and affairs
10) Work closely with grants and financial management partners to ensure projects progress on time and within budget
11) Manage personnel effort allocation in partnership with other project managers and grants and financial management partners
12) Develop progress reports
13) Analyze, project manage and contribute content to advance new funding opportunities
14) Train and mentor research trainees:
15) Delegate and supervise research assistant staff and trainees in all aspects of project coordination and management
16) Contribute to selection of and oversee training of research assistants with responsibility for primary data collection
17) Collaborate with other senior research staff and PI to match trainee skill sets and learning objectives to appropriately challenging research activities
18) Oversee and contribute to preparation of project presentations, media and other materials
1) Organization skills.
2) Problem-solving skills.
3) Collaboration skills.
4) Attention to detail skills.
5) Ability to work autonomously skills.
1) Masterâ™s degree in Public Health, Science or related field.
1) Human/community level scientific work experience in medical, health and human or social services sector.
2) Minimum of three years of project coordination or management experience in a research setting.
3) Experience in effective project management and training.
4) Demonstrated success in development and writing of federal and other funding proposals and development, writing and publication of scientific manuscripts. Â
5) Experience in community-engaged research strategies.
1) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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