Project IMPACT is a CDC-funded collaborative innovative demonstration project between Johns Hopkins, The Baltimore City Health Department, the University of Maryland, and other HIV prevention providers in Baltimore City focused on preventing HIV infection in minority men who have sex with men and improving the health of HIV-positive men who have sex with men. (PS15-1506 Health Department Demonstration Projects for Comprehensive Prevention, Care Behavioral Health, and Social Services for Men who Have Sex with Men (MSM) of Color at Risk for and Living with HIV Infection and PS 15-1509 Demonstration Projects to Reduce HIV Infections and Improve Engagement in HIV Medical Care among MSM and Transgender Persons). The Research Data Manager will be expected to sit at the Baltimore City Health Department and will report to the Division of HIV/STD Prevention and will work in close collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Center for Child and Community Health Research, who serves as the Project Impact Evaluation Team. The primary responsibilities will be to oversee the collection, organization, management, preparation and reporting of data to measure and evaluate progress of Project Impact.
The primary duties and responsibilities of the job:
Assist in the development, design and implementation of project databases in ACCESS, REDCap, SAS or other database management system to collect, monitor and evaluate services provided by project collaborators.
Design and create data collection forms as needed.
Ensure integrity, accuracy and security of data through the development of data entry protocols and training of project collaborators on protocols. Develop and run routine quality assurance checks to ensure that project data is entered in a timely and accurate way into project databases.
Use SAS, SQL or other software to prepare data from multiple sources, which will include data collected for these demonstration projects in standard formats and compile to create analyzable project datasets.
Work closely with BCHD leadership, CCHR evaluation team and partner collaborators to process and analyze data for the preparation of: 1) internal reports (BCHD, partner collaborators); 2) required indicators to be reported to the CDC; 3) abstracts/presentations for scientific meetings; 4) manuscripts for publication; or 5) other reports as needed.
Other tasks as needed.
Bachelor's degree in related discipline.
Three years related experience.
Master's degree in related field. Knowledge of programming languages such as Microsoft Access, SAS/Stata required. Knowledge of SQL or REDCap a plus. Basic understanding of epidemiologic methods and/or statistics a plus. Ability to work independently.
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