Rockefeller University Project Coordinator in New York, New York
Job Title Project Coordinator
Laboratory / Department Hospital Clinical Research Office
The Project Coordinator (PC) will play a critical role in the operationalization and execution of a four-year NIH-funded award, 'Empowering the Participant Voice." The project leverages collaboration among investigators at six academic research sites to collect actionable participant feedback about their research experiences for institutional performance improvement. The project will incorporate a local investigator, leadership, and community stakeholder input to optimize the new infrastructure's framework, standards, build-out, and implementation. Our major initiative entering Year 3 is to engage early adopters for our new round of demonstration projects and ensure their national dissemination readiness.
The Project Coordinator will work closely with the study Principal Investigator (PI) to advance the work in close collaboration with the site PIs and their stakeholders. The group will develop consensus on many aspects of the work before the build and evaluation so those phases can unfold effectively. Responsibilities include planning projects and corresponding logistics, creating slide decks, coordinating bi-weekly project webinar meetings nationally, implementing demonstration project objectives locally, collecting evaluation data through surveys and other metrics, tracking on-time deliverables, and problem-solving directly with the PI. Additionally, PC will help with communications, such as maintaining the project webpage and will contribute to drafting project updates, progress reports, manuscripts, and presentations. Will assist PI in engaging study partners at collaborating sites maintaining effective communication, and sustaining partnership w/PIs, project managers, and other stakeholders. #INDRES21
Bachelor's Degree required; Must have a minimum of three years of relevant experience. Project management for multi-site project coordination required; experience in qualitative research, health care research, or application development preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, excellent organizational, written, and oral communication skills, and excellent interpersonal skills necessary. Must have excellent critical thinking and basic data analysis skills, work well with teams, and be detail-oriented and milestone/deadline-driven. Must be able to organize logistics for multi-site projects, have knowledge of REDCap, and proficiency in hosting webinars.
This job requires that employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Rockefeller University provides reasonable accommodations where legally required including accommodations for medical conditions and sincerely held religious beliefs.
The Rockefeller University is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans