Health Design Innovations Lab (HDIL) is a multidisciplinary community of faculty, students, practitioners, and community representatives committed to cutting-edge research on healthcare environments. The mission of HDIL is to investigate the planning, design, and management of settings in order to promote human health and well-being.
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The Project Coordinator in the Health Design Innovations Lab (HDIL) will assist the HDIL Director with project management, team coordination, research, grant management, IRB, and administrative support.
The Health Design Innovations Lab (HDIL) at Cornell University seeks a Project Coordinator with previous relevant experience to assist the Director with project management, team coordination, research, grant management, IRP and administrative support.
The available position will focus on project milestone and progress planning; communicating and coordinating with external and internal team members, coordinating logistics on multiple projects, assisting with research support activities (literature reviews, data collection, documentation and editing). The Project Coordinator will be involved in community-based research, outreach and translation work that involves working closely with local care providers in Tompkins and Cortland county on research studies and will communicate closely with undergraduate and graduate research fellows working collaboratively on research.
This is a part-time (24 hours/week) renewable 6-month appointment depending upon satisfactory job performance and availability of funding.
As a key member of the lab, responsibilities include:
Project Management including scheduling and coordinating project meetings, coordinating logistics and following up on team member delegations
Communicating via email, documenting meeting details, editing documents and monitoring expenses
Assisting with editing and tracking media releases, and digital and hard research file organization
Assisting with the preparation of grant proposals, conducting literature reviews, coordinating research tasks, data collection and analysis and documentation
Cornell receives national recognition, as an award-winning workplace for our health, wellbeing, sustainability and diversity initiatives.
Our leave provisions include three weeks of vacation and 13 holidays: e.g., an end of year winter break, from December 25 through January 1.
Cornell's impressive educational benefits include tuition-free Extramural Study and Employee Degree Program, tuition aid for external education, and Cornell Children's Tuition Assistance Program.
Flexible work options
The prospective applicant must possess project management skills and have previous exposure to social, behavioral or clinical research as well as basic knowledge of qualitative/quantitative research. We seek a self-starter who is proactive, detail oriented with excellent follow-through skills. In addition the applicant must be a resourceful problem-solver with the ability to work independently and in teams of diverse constituents. Seeking a candidate with an Associate degree plus two years of relevant experience or equivalent combination.
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Research Aide III
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