The CUNY Institute for Implementation Science and Population Health (ISPH) is hiring a full-time Study Coordinator.
Position Description: Seeking a full-time (35 hours per week) Study Coordinator. The Study Coordinator will work on a national, NIH-funded project focusing on HIV prevention, substance use and sexual health of sexual and gender minorities. The Study Coordinator will be responsible for minor and moderately complex research and analytic tasks (see below) as part of a research team as well as working individually. The individual in this position will work collaboratively with study team and help run the study from a top-down point of view, ensuring that the study progresses successfully and keeping track of its progress each week. This position requires strong computer literacy.
- MS/MPH in public health or MA/MS in social or behavioral sciences required;
- At least 2-3 years of project coordinator experience in applicable research/programming;
- Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office, particularly Excel;
- Adept at learning new software systems;
- Ability to handle multiple tasks at a given time;
- Ability to communicate respectfully with research staff and research participants.
- Study coordination:
- Creating and maintaining study documentation including study protocols and recruitment materials;
- Keeping detailed and accurate documentation related to study;
- Tracking the needs and progress of the study each week;
- Purchasing study related materials in a coordinated and timely fashion;
- Maintaining organized financial records for the study;
- Work collaboratively with study team;
- Data collection:
- Helping to development scientifically sound survey questions, along with the rest of the team;
- Assisting in programming and testing surveys using Qualtrics software;
- Documenting survey iterations clearly and consistently;
- Data management:
- Tracking study data in excel.
- Organizing, sorting, and interpreting study data.
- Using study data to inform study decisions and next steps along with team members;
- Data dissemination:
- Assist in developing presentations from study findings;
- Other tasks:
- Assist other research staff in coordinating projects;
- Assist in training new employees in routine processes and procedures;
- Perform other duties as assigned;
- Background in HIV/AIDS research, LGBT Health, or alcohol/drug use issues;
- Experience with marketing or participant recruitment;
- Ability to write syntax/code in SPSS, R or SAS;
- Familiarity with Qualtrics and Access Database management;
Salary: $45,000 – $65,000 commensurate with experience