The research project coordinator will be responsible for the day to day coordination of the activities related to multiple grants. In particular, the project coordinator will provide logistical support to the 3-D Commission project, which includes coordinating the work of global collaborators, including sending regular reports to the group and, coordinate the work of the collaborators, and collect progress reports. Coordinating the different global activities may require some travel as well. The coordinator will also conduct the day-to-day activities of the project, manage the relevant website and social media outlets, provide support in tracking the project expenses, support students working on the project. The research project coordinator will also conduct literature review, help with data tracking and management when needed, and will have the opportunity, following proper training to contribute to data analysis and the writing of manuscripts. Further, the project coordinator will help track expenses and support the approval of budget aims with the range provided to them. The project coordinator will also supervise the work of student employees who engage in the different grant activities
Bachelor's degree and 1-3 years' experience.
This is a grant funded position.
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