Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
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Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Systems has an outstanding opportunity for a part time, 50%FTE Research Coordinator. The Research Coordinator will be the onsite coordinator at the Country Doctor community clinics and will oversee the day-to-day implementation of a NIH-funded randomized controlled trial to examine a mind-body intervention for persons in opioid use disorder treatment.
Implement all day-to-day study procedures related to data collection. This includes recruitment and screening of interested patients, interfacing with clinical staff to support recruitment efforts, consenting procedures, study enrollment, and administration of study assessments (including self-report, substance use interview, and urine toxicology testing). The research coordinator is expected to engage and facilitate good communication, attend weekly research team meetings, and contribute to developing narrative reports of descriptive data, help with publications, and other duties as assigned. Study implementation tasks include: coordinating and scheduling study appointments ; administering data collection survey/interview; keeping tracking data base up to date, including helping with data queries and data audits ; attending research team meetings ; creating reports for regular meetings related to study processes and tracking .
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Master’s Degree in health related field and two to three years of related experience. Experience with patient populations in community health care environments, Computer knowledge to include MS Word and Excel, Experience dealing with confidential or sensitive information, Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, Demonstrated ability to work independently and dependably, Detail- oriented with excellent organization, communication, and problem-solving skills.
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except where there are legal requirements such as license/certification/registration.
REDCAP and Access database experience, previous human subjects research experience, prior direct experience with mental health and/or chemically dependent populations, familiarity with UW administrative systems.
This position will require adjusting work hours to adapt to research participant schedule in the community clinical site. Employee will also need to balance work between the clinical site and main campus. During Covid-19 we have in-person baseline/consenting visits in the clinics and are doing other assessments virtually which could include remote work.
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