Project Coordinator

Project Coordinator

Posted 2 months ago

CUNY Institute for Implementation Science and Population Health

HIV Prevention study with Men who Have Sex with Men


The CUNY Institute for Implementation Science and Population Health (ISPH) is hiring a full-time research Project Coordinator with experience in the area of HIV Prevention with Men who have sex with men. This new study will be enrolling a US national sample of HIV-negative gay and bisexual men, all of whom complete at-home HIV testing and are followed longitudinally.  This study is being led by Dr. Christian Grov.

Position Description: The role of the Project Coordinator will be to oversee the enrollment and retention of a large US national study of gay and bisexual men who are enrolled via electronic recruitment methods and who complete at-home self-administered HIV testing as well as at-home online surveys.

The Project Coordinator will report directly to the Principal Investigator and will work with the Recruitment Coordinator to ensure the study meets enrollment targets and adheres to the study protocols. The Project Coordinator will supervise research assistants, work closely with the Principal Investigator, and be charged with leading a range of administrative and research activities.  This will include submitting IRB amendments, maintaining a dossier of study measures/materials/procedures/manuals, generating reports on enrollment and retention/study progress reports, maintaining rapport with participants as part of retention efforts. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for data analysis, preparation of manuscripts for publication and presentations and dissemination of findings to the community via newsletters, community advisory board meetings, and community-based presentations.

Other duties: The Project Coordinator must have excellent management, written, verbal, communication and interpersonal skills. This role requires leading meetings, training sessions regarding study protocols, and generating study progress and financial reports for regulatory agencies.

  • Doctoral candidate preferred, (minimum of a Master’s degree)
  • 2 years of training and experience in behavioral research settings (ideally with training/expertise in HIV/AIDS, sexuality, sexual health, and/or with LGBT populations);
  • Proficiency with data management and analysis in SPSS essential;
  • Proficiency with Qualtrics
  • Extensive experience with Microsoft Office and Access database management.


Applicants must be self-starters, highly motivated, and have exemplarity abilities to multi-task.

Salary: Commensurate with experience.


Benefits: Full-time employees have access to range of benefits including health, vision, dental, retirement, paid sick leave and paid vacation.

To apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume/CV when applying to this posting. Click here to apply. CUNY is an equal opportunity employer.

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