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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Project Coordinator.
The Department of Population Health is leading an exciting NIH funded initiative.
Launched in 2012, the Department of Population Health (DPH) is a dynamic environment of excellence, innovation and growth with faculty across a wide range of disciplines including behavioral and social sciences, epidemiology, health services research, evaluation, biostatistics, and medical ethics with a particular focus on health equity. The new grant is launching this year and is co-led by Drs. Carolyn Berry and Donna Shelley, Co-Director of the Section for Tobacco Alcohol and Drug Use in DPH. The NIH project will develop and validate a pragmatic tool that can be used to identify ways to improve the care and patient outcomes in primary care practices. The project is national in scope and will involve over 300 primary care practices in 6 practice networks.
We are seeking a qualified Project Coordinator to provide administration and research support. The Project Coordinator will work closely with NYU staff and faculty. The successful candidate will have a high degree of professional maturity, commitment to excellence, independence, flexibility, and initiative, and will possess the ability to work collaboratively with diverse individuals, teams and populations both internally and externally.
Support the development of publications and conference presentations, including by conducting lit reviews and creating tables and other data visualizations.
Prepare IRB submissions and modifications.
Assist with the development of standard progress reports for research sponsor.
Coordinate weekly research team meeting, assemble and distribute meeting agenda and materials, and take and distribute meeting notes.
Coordinate other meetings and conference calls with consultants and external advisory board and other meetings as needed.
Serve administrative functions that include ordering supplies, arranging travel for study team members, ordering and distributing participant incentives, processing staff reimbursements, and submitting invoices for subcontractors and vendors.
To qualify you must have a Bachelors degree in in public health, sociology, psychology, health care administration, public administration or related discipline.
Minimum of three years of progressively responsible related experience including research/program coordination or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Attention to detail is critical.
Proficiency in using various Microsoft Office applications such as Excel, Access, Power Point and Outlook. Familiar with Internet applications.
Effective verbal and written communication skills, and strong analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills.
Ability to interface effectively with all levels of management and work and communicate effectively with both internal and external customers.
Ability to work within a team environment as well as independently.
Commitment to continuous learning as required by department administration.
Ability to make decisions independently.
Ability to manage time, multi task and prioritize work.
Ability to identify, analyze and solve problems; ability to work well under pressure.
Masters degree or equivalent in public health, sociology, psychology, health care administration, public administration or related discipline.
Competency using research related software such as SPSS, Endnote, and ATLAS.ti is desirable.
Experience conducting literature reviews
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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