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Project Coordinator, Cancer Prevention and Control Program - Georgetown University Medical Center
This is a full time position supported by extramural research grants. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for management and oversight of multisite cancer prevention and control research studies including participant enrollment, recruitment, data collection, data management and validation, and some data analysis. The Project Coordinator will also contribute to the development of research products, including abstracts, presentations, and peer-reviewed publications. The incumbent will need to have experience managing research studies including data collection (all aspects listed above), working with investigators at multiple study sites, and managing other students and research staff.
Reporting to the Adaptation Program Director, the Project Coordinator has duties that include but are not limited to:
Assists with the development of research grant applications.
Contributes to the development of research products, including abstracts, presentations, and manuscripts.
Develops data collection instruments, including self-report measures.
Coordinates data management and analyses from research projects.
Manages day-to-day tasks, operations, and adherence of research project protocols.
Interfaces with other project staff on a daily basis.
Supervises and conduct interviews with students.
Interfaces with investigators and other research project personnel at outside study sites.
Prepares and submits documents for Institutional Review Board, and ensures regulatory records are maintained and accurate.
Masters-level training in public health, health behavior, or a related field is required (e.g., M.A., M.S., M.P.H.).
3-5 years previous experience as part of a research team in an academic setting is also necessary.
Excellent written and oral communication skills, background in data management and analysis and research protocol coordination and administration are necessary to the role.
Attention to detail are essential.
Ability to function as member of a team in an interdisciplinary research environment and interface with outside collaborators is also critical.
Skills in statistical analysis and associated software (e.g., SPSS, SAS, STATA).
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