Provision of Support to Project Leads: work under the principal investigator(s) in decision making; provide support as a liaison with other university departments and external research personnel and partners; provide support in representing the department in discussions/negotiations with university officials and outside agencies; oversee Research Associates in research-related planning and processes.
Grant and Budget Management Functions: Notify project leads of changes in grant associated regulations and their effects on cost reimbursements and financial operations; track expenditures for all grant related spending and oversee all post award activities.
Logistical Planning and Implementation of project Initiatives: Identity and resolve compliance issues related to the university and sponsor requirements; organize project related meetings/conferences; coordinate activities among study collaboratives and participating EMS agencies.
Research-related Functions: support in preparation of reports, presentation and manuscripts; coordinate with PI to organize/disseminate study findings; may provide supporti n performing qualitative interviews and conducing an online survey, performing data management and entry as needed.
- Two to three years of progressively responsible administrative and/or project coordinator/management experience is required
- Bachelor’s degree required
- This individual should have an interest in issues of health care quality and outcomes assessment
- Personal commitment to high quality work
- Excellent interpersonal skills and communication skills, both oral and written in the English language
- Attention to detail
- Ability to be resourceful
- Strong organizational skills
- Ability to multi-task and prioritize efforts
- Ability to work both as part of a team an individually while meeting deadlines
3-5 years of progressively responsible administrative and/or project coordinator/management experience preferred
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