- Requisition no: 522959
- Work type: Full Time
- Location: Medical Center
- School/Department: Division of Scholarship & Rsch
- Grade: Grade 103
- Categories: Research (Lab and Non-Lab), Administrative Support
- Job Type: Officer of Administration
- Regular/Temporary: Regular
- Hours Per Week: 35
The School of Nursing is searching for a Research Coordinator to provide support for federally funded projects focusing on HIV prevention and management.
Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
- Developing strategies to recruit study subjects for participation in activities and data collection;
- Coordinating the study team projects, developing educational materials (e.g., Standard Operating Procedures, consent forms, Qualtrics/REDCap surveys, etc.), convening meetings, and keeping the projects moving on a day-to-day basis;
- Communicating with external collaborators about project activities;
- Assisting with database design, security, data storage, and management;
- Conducting and writing literature reviews to support grant applications and manuscripts;
- Participating, with minimal supervision, in progress reports, data entry, and IRB protocol modifications/submissions
- Providing daily support for technical and research tasks to research associates and research assistants, including phone, screening, and enrollment/retention related trainings;
- Qualitative data analysis (coding) and basic quantitative analysis of study data;
- Performing other related duties as assigned; and
- Available nights and weekends.
This is a grant-funded position, and employment is contingent upon continued funding.
- Requires a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus two (2) years of related experience.
- The candidate must be bilingual in English/Spanish and have an interest in the development of health information technology and/or public health.
- The successful incumbent will possess computer fluency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SPSS/SAS/R/STATA.
- They will have the ability to organize and perform multiple tasks and meet deadlines with minimal supervision.
- This role requires the ability to communicate with interdisciplinary colleagues at all staff and leadership levels related to program planning.
- Experience with vulnerable populations and certified training in HIPAA Compliance and Human Subjects protection are required.
- The successful incumbent should have an established record of working with confidential data and maintaining confidentiality, privacy, and integrity in professional interactions.
- Master’s Degree preferred
- Working knowledge of REDCap, Qualtrics, and EndNote
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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