Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Classification Title: Program Coordinator I
College/Division: School of Medicine Greenville
Department: SOMG School of Medicine Greenville
Advertised Salary Range: $33,494
Advertised Job Summary:
The School of Medicine Greenville is seeking applications for a Program Coordinator who will assist the Principal and Co-investigators in the implementation of an NIH R25 educational research project. The Educational Research Program Coordinator will facilitate the implementation, management, and administrative tasks associated with the NIH R25 funded research project. This is a 5-year educational research project funded by the National Institute of Aging and is focused on promoting diversity in research training and mentoring for underrepresented minority undergraduate students (URMs). The coordinator will organize and administratively support the research project. The coordinator will assist in developing student recruitment plans, lead the educational evaluation component of the grant, and manage the grant budget along with other grant associated activities. In addition, this position will work as a member of a research team composed of several faculty members who will oversee 10-15 undergraduate students and several medical students each summer.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
Master's degree or a Bachelor's degree and 2 years related program experience.
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 88241
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