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100% remote work and part time position (12-14 hours per week. Schedule flexible other than required calls every Wednesday 10:30-11:30, and one Thursday 10-11am per month).
The Project Coordinator will be responsible for general project management activities on a multi-site CDC-funded longitudinal study to monitor immunological response to COVID19 vaccines in nursing home residents. Responsibilities include: running weekly projecting meetings, tracking agenda items and follow-up tasks with study teams, scheduling meetings, tracking and reporting recruitment numbers, generating and submitting reports to CDC (progress on deliverables and one quarterly report due mid-November 2022), and coordinating with Office of Sponsored Projects to submit invoices to CDC.
The Project Coordinator will work under the direction of and be trained by the study Project Director and the Principal Investigator.
The Project Director will be on maternity leave with an anticipated start date of late August 2022 and return date of mid-January 2023.
The Project Coordinator will be trained by the Project Director prior to her leave, and then the Project Coordinator will provide coverage for the Project Director for the duration of her leave.
Upon the Project Director’s return, the Project Coordinator will remain on the project through August 2023 or a later end date, should the study be extended.
Experience in project coordination or project management Background in public health, research, and/or healthcare preferred Strong organization & communication skills.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel), Google applications (Gmail, calendars, Google docs) required Proficiency with REDCap or Qualtrics preferred.
Daily Hours (schedule) for this role: 12-14 hours per week. Schedule flexible other than required calls every Wednesday 10:30-11:30, and one Thursday 10-11am per month.
Minimum education requirement: Bachelors or higher.
Nice to have: Background in public health, long-term care, healthcare, and/or research.