The NeuroTrauma Research Laboratory in the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology is searching for a Research Coordinator to assist the PI in facilitating and coordinating daily activities related to sport concussion research. This part-time (50%) position will entail assisting with the overall coordination of a national, multi-site research project funded by NCAA and Department of Defense. Specific duties include collaborating with the other lead coordinating centers for project planning; coordinate multiple data collection efforts from collaborating institutions; monitor data integrity and protocol compliance; assist with reports and manuscripts; work with the funding agencies; budget monitoring; handle administrative duties; and other related aspects of research. Some travel may be required.
- Bachelor’s degree
- SOCRA or other Research Coordinator Certification
- >5 years of relevant administrative and regulatory experience
- Familiarity and experience with or ability to quickly learn relevant software and applications such as the Microsoft Office suite, Google calendar, mail and documents, RedCap, and Qualtrics
- Familiarity and experience with research procedures and regulations such as IRBs, Data Safety and Monitoring, and reporting
- Superior organizational skills, attention to detail, follow through and focus on delivering results
- Work positively in a team environment as well as independently, set priorities, multi-task, manage multiple assignments and deadlines
- Exercise excellent judgment, flexibility and professionalism
- Communicate effectively both orally and in writing with an attention to detail while exhibiting professionalism in all communications
- Master’s degree
- Multi-site project management
- Familiarity with collegiate sports and experience with concussion evaluation and management
- Familiarity with University of Michigan organizational structure, policies and procedures
This is a one-year term-limited position with potential for renewal subject to success in the role and program funding availability. Please note that the specific project assignment may vary during the course of employment based on need. Salary commensurate with experience. The person in this position must be able to move through the building and across campus to attend meetings, as well as be able to remain stationary during an eight-hour day.
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