The Research Study Coordinator will oversee operations, coordinate and monitor data acquisition efforts, coordinate and train research assistants, and facilitate communication between institutions for multisite studies.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES
- Oversee operations of the research project, ensuring they are completed on-time and on-budget at start-up including obtaining IRB/regulatory approval, creating data collection forms and databases, managing databases, and working with grants administration to manage start-up costs and training of Research Assistants
- Mange ongoing project activities including amending protocols, data audits, secure transfer of data to statistical team, troubleshoot issues in consultation with project investigators/PIs
- Monitor budgets and assist with purchasing of materials and management of subject payments and assist with preparation of sponsor reports and dissemination of interim study results (manuscripts, posters)
- Handle all project close-out activities such as complete IRB/regulatory close-out reporting, final sponsor reports, help clean and lock the final study database and dissemination of final study results
- Supervise and train research staff and students by assigning and prioritizing work, monitoring participant tracking across data collection, assisting with retention efforts
- Handle HR issues such as hiring, training, renewal of needed certifications and medical clearance, conduct performance appraisals, approve time, etc., in consultation with project investigators
- Provide project management and support, working directly with PI and attend regular meetings with research teams and with larger multi-site teams Monitor overall “big picture” finances in conjunction with grants administration
- Assist with grant proposals and work with investigators as needed including budgeting, writing, and reviewing Complete other duties as assigned
- Knowledge of execution and control of research studies, typically acquired through the completion of a Master’s Degree, and two years’ experience in coordinating large and/or longitudinal research preferred.
- Successful candidates will have excellent organizational and communication skills.
- Additional qualifications may be required depending upon the nature of the specific research to which the individual is assigned.