Open Research Coordinator Position

ReACH is seeking a Research Coordinator!  Visit our Job Opportunities page for more information about this position.

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Research Coordinator

Job Summary:

This position will support research projects within the Center for Research to Advance Community Health (ReACH). These projects cover a wide range of topic areas from epidemiological cohort studies to health behaviors and disease specific interventions and include both quantitative and qualitative components.  This position will be responsible for planning, monitoring, coordinating and producing content for grant proposals as well as clinical and regulatory documents. 

Job Duties:

1. Responsible for coordination of multiple research protocols and grant submissions.  This will include pre/post award activities as well as regular communications and meetings with faculty and staff.  
2. Creates, completes and tracks forms and reports for study sponsors. Schedules on-site visits or meetings and prepares agendas when appropriate.
3. Provides routine technical/administrative assistance in performing assigned and delegated tasks in support of research projects to ensure continuous clinical research operations.  This may include preparation and submission of regulatory documents to the Institutional Review Board to obtain and maintain approval for research studies.     
4. Maintains research subject files for each clinical study and enters all subject data into research database. 
5. Monitors ongoing activities on various research studies to ensure compliance with local, state & federal regulations;
6. May conduct literature searches and assist with publications;
7. Performs all other duties as assigned.


Bachelor's degree in a related field is required.  Master's degree in Public Health or related field is preferred.  Candidates should have some level of training in  epidemiology. 

Candidates should possess at least 3 years of progressive experience in grant administration, research coordination, data collection, and/or facilitating the patient experience in research projects is required.
Candidates must possess strong communications skills to include the ability to generate high quality technical writing and oral presentation skills within the incumbent's scope of work.
Candidates must have proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Experience with data management and statistical programs such as REDCap, SAS, STATA, or SPSS is desirable.
Bi-lingual in Spanish is preferred but not required.

This position will require occasional periods of non-standard work schedule (e.g.; evening or weekend) to accomplish duties as well as occasional out-of-town travel, with advanced notice, for project meetings, conferences and presentations. 
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