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The Youth Depression and Suicide Prevention Research Program (YDSP) in the Department of Psychiatry is seeking a Clinical Subjects Coordinator to assist the study team in clinical research activities. The Clinical Subjects Coordinator will assist with federally- and foundation-funded research projects focused on intervention development and suicide prevention initiatives among adolescents and young adults. Primary responsibilities will involve study coordination, recruitment and enrollment of research participants, conducting and scheduling study assessments, processing participant incentives, data monitoring, and tracking participant and study progress. The Clinical Subjects Coordinator will also assist with development of intervention protocols and materials. The Coordinator will be responsible for delegating study tasks to research volunteers and following-up on competed tasks. Additional activities will include conducting literature searches, assisting with preparing presentations and manuscripts, and project management tasks (maintaining database, IRB applications, progress reports, etc.). There may be opportunities to lead and assist with posters, manuscripts, and presentations for scientific conferences. The Clinical Subjects Coordinator will have a strong interest in mental health research and psychology, public health, social work, or a related field.
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Study management and coordination
Participant recruitment and enrollment
Assisting in the development of intervention protocols and materials
Duties may also involve assisting with refining content of interventions
Assisting in the design of surveys and questionnaire administration
Scheduling follow-up assessments
Processing participant incentives
Assisting with processing, organization, and storage of research data
Prepare Institutional Review Board (IRB) applications and grant reports
Assisting in training and supervision of other research team members
Assist with scholarly related tasks (e.g., literature searches, PowerPoint presentations, tables/figures for manuscripts, citation management etc.)
Assist in grant writing and research proposals
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Public Health, Social Work, or health-related discipline with a minimum of one year of experience in health-related research with human subjects; or a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related mental health field.
Excellent interpersonal and organizational, skills. Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
Professionalism and exceptional attention to detail are a must. A strong ability to maintain accurate and detailed research records.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work independently and organize own workload is essential. At the same time, must be able to work efficiently as part of a team.
Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology or related mental health field is preferred
Experience with study coordination.
Previous work experience delivering mental health interventions and/or mental health research.
Experience with participant recruitment.
The ideal candidate will be willing to grow in this position and learn new tasks.
Strong computer skills and experience working with research-related software and databases (e.g., Excel, Qualtrics, RedCap, SPSS).
Experience supervising research assistants.
Strong ability to problem-solve is highly desired.
The core hours for this position are during the day, however some evenings and weekends may be needed to support study needs.
Position is funded by research grants and is subject to availability of funds.
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