The Project Coordinator (PC) is responsible for promoting the ECHO-Chicago vision, and implementing new and existing ECHO-Chicago series, including working with UCM faculty to develop the curriculum, recruiting new providers, conducting evaluation and managing weekly telehealth sessions. The PC also provides some of the technical support related to technology and connectivity, working to resolve technology issues and ensure we are using technology best practices. The PC will work with the Research Director in planning and implementation of research and evaluation to assess the impact and value of ECHO telehealth. She/he will be responsible for managing data, conducting preliminary analysis, and preparing data reports for ECHO-Chicago leadership. ECHO-Chicago is based in the Department of Pediatrics and works to address issues of healthcare access in adults and children living in underserved urban communities. The PC will apply experience and skills to contribute to development of grant and research proposals, preparation of presentations, social media, curricular materials, and the operations of ECHO-Chicago sessions. It is preferred that the incumbent have access to an insured vehicle and also have a valid driver's license.
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