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Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Research Data Associate.
In this role, the successful candidate The Project Coordinator will guide the research and business operations related to the Patient Imaging Quality and Safety Lab (PIQS Lab) specifically, to establish the necessary infrastructure, processes, and policies to ensure the successful implementation and completion of the project. The Project Coordinator will report to Dr. Horwitz and work closely with the Project Leaders from each of the three projects, relevant departments, and our design partners at IDEO, and will be responsible for the following:
Outlines agenda, plans and prepares presentations, and composes a variety of memos and letters. Reviews, edits, obtain appropriate approvals.
Independently prepares and review documents, and generates status/progress reports for ongoing and pending Projects which may include moderate analysis of findings.
Develop communication plans and materials, in concert with the Division leadership (director and Program Manager) and partnering agencies, to promote and increase awareness of the project
Manage budget and work with divisional lead to make sure budget is on target
Maintain oversight of program compliance with financial and human resources management and contract development and review
Liaise with funding agency project management staff and related national committees
Manage submission of grant-mandated deliverables, interim reports, financial reports and progress updates and participate in preparation of these reports
Plan meetings and meeting agendas for all partners to sustain their continued engagement in the project activities
Reviews workflow and recommends improvement if applicable to ensure appropriate cycle times and efficiency.
Assists in the recruitment, hiring and training of clerical staff, assistants, trainee and volunteers for the program.
Support regular meetings for core project leadership to review and track progress
Facilitate core grant activities by planning and helping to facilitate regular meetings of all partners
Identify potential problems and areas requiring review and/or updating
Ensure task lists, meeting agendas, timelines, and communications calendars are used effectively to keep the program on track
Oversee the development of policies and procedures to support the day-to-day operations of the project
Develop and implement a project management system in concert with key partners and oversee tracking of grant progress
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a 1. Clinically-inclined, whether having direct clinical experience or operational experience, the candidate should be comfortable working with clinicians and stakeholders from a variety of backgrounds/professions 2. Self-starter. Able to take ownership and initiative in project management 3. Excellent communication skills 4. Creative and thoughtful problem solver 5. Strong team player 6. Excellent attention to detail 7. Interested in healthcare reform, population health, clinical research, patient safety and quality. 8. Minimum Bachelor degrees in public health, health information technology, public administration or related field; and at least 1 year of relevant healthcare and/or research experience 9. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Excel, Project, and PowerPoint
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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