The position is full-time. The work schedule will typically be Monday-Friday, 8-hour shifts. However, flexibility on weekends and evenings may be required depending on study needs. This study coordinator will work with the PIs (Drs. Mahshid Abir and Brahmajee Nallamothu) and a multidisciplinary team to improve our understanding of health system factors associated with survival of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
Two major tasks will be required. First, the study coordinator will be involved in an NIH-funded mixed methods project evaluating the outcomes for patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest across emergency medical services (EMS) agencies across the state. The study coordinator will work closely with team members in arranging site visits to EMS agencies, performing qualitative interviews, conducting an online survey, performing data entry, and helping with data management. He or she will also share responsibilities of coordination of the data collection from multiple sources, and preparation and maintenance of all regulatory materials as well as provide support services for preparation of reports, presentations, and manuscripts.
A Bachelor’s degree is required and 5-6 years of experience. Interest in issues of health care quality and outcomes assessment; personal commitment to high quality work; excellent communication skills, both oral and written in the English language; attention to detail; strong organizational skills; excellent interpersonal skills; the ability to multi-task and prioritize efforts; and the ability to work both as part of a team and individually while meeting deadlines.
A Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in a health-related field is preferred.
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