Project Coordinator for Chicago, IL location. Develop curriculum, recruit new providers, collaborate with facilitators as well as manage external and internal partners, and work with team to finalize evaluation tools for the extension for community health outcomes (Echo-Chicago). Echo-Chicago provides telementoring for community-based providers through case-based learning. Responsible for task leadership and sub-task management and administration. Background check required.
Participate in the design and execution of research projects in collaboration with Echo-Chicago staff.
Manage data to ensure collected data are complete, current and validated.
Work with the PI and team leadership to monitor overall progress of projects and implement systems and processes to optimize collaboration, and supervise project team members.
Develop reports to support funding, grants and expenses.
Provide support related to media and technology, including leading & troubleshooting videoconferences for up to 300 attendees per session.
Ensure activities meet continuing medical education requirements.
Technology: use and design of redcap databases; videoconferencing technologies, website content management, STATA, SAS, Microsoft Suite (including Excel Pivot tables, Power Query, conditional formatting and advanced charting and PPT design), Data Visualization tools (e.g., Power BI); MS Project, Sharepoint, Basecamp, ASANA.
Education, Experience, or Certification:
*Bachelorâ™s degree in Public Health/related Healthcare field plus two years of experience job offered or in community health research required. (* Bachelor's degree in Science or Engineering with PMP certificate plus 2 years of experience in the job offered or in community health research also acceptable).
2 years with: Project Management, including external and internal partners & team supervision.
Experience must include: data management and validation with STATA & SAS; lead & troubleshoot videoconferences for 100 attendees per session; website content management; use and design of redcap database; data visualization tools; Excel: Pivot tables, Power Query, conditional formatting & advanced charting; PPT design; Project Management Software (MS Project/Sharepoint/Basecamp/ASANA).
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