This is a four year grant funded position. Manage the post-award administrative and clinical aspects of a four-year National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded study. Oversee research activities and staff; serve as primary point of contact between the Principal Investigator and study team on all administrative matters; serve as principal liaison for communications with participants and all other research organizations, funding agencies and regulatory bodies. This position will recruit patients, obtain informed consent from study participants, manage all study data, facilitate communications, develop protocols and oversee research activities for grant funded project. In addition, this position will ensure data integrity and create standard operating procedures (SOPs) that all study guidelines and protocols are followed.
2+ years of relevant experience with clinical research administration and quality control/quality assurance or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
3+ years experience in overseeing research personnel in an academic or research environment.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Excellent interpersonal, written, organizational, project management and problem solving skills. Ability to effectively communicate information to a diverse population at all levels. Proficiency in Windows-based computer software including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint; as well as databases. Bilingual writing, reading and speaking English/Spanish.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Strong computer and writing skills are important, particularly as they relate to research. Has knowledge of public health and interest in health research. Must be well versed in quality data collection to ensure adequacy, accuracy and legitimacy of data in NYU systems and be able to strictly follow data privacy and security procedures for data handling and analysis to ensure adherence to legal and institutional standards.
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