Senior Study Coordinator
Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
United States

Research Associate - Senior Study Coordinator

Requisition #: A-75198-4

Status: Full Time

Type: Faculty

School: Bloomberg School of Public Health

Department/Program: Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health

Location City: Baltimore

Location State: MD

Location Zip Code: 21205

Closing Date: Open until filled

To apply: apply.interfolio.com/75198

General Description

Research Associate PFRH
Senior Study Coordinator for the Global Early Adolescent Study

The Global Early Adolescent Study (GEAS) in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is recruiting a Research Associate to be the Senior Study Coordinator for the Study. The tasks and responsibilities are:

  • Oversee personnel and work flow for GEAS Hopkins Coordinating Center (HCC) team
  • Coordinate all student involvement with the GEAS
  • Collaborate with Data Management team to manage survey customization and programming workflow
  • Supervise communications specialist and administrative assistant
  • Maintain team project management software and accounts
  • Coordinate all routine GEAS meetings and communication
  • Internal Hopkins Coordinating Center meetings
  • Create HCC staff meeting agendas and manage logistics
  • Create monthly GEAS Leadership Team meeting agendas and manage logistics
  • Online
  • Establish bi-weekly Collaborators' Calls Zoom discussions
  • Present agenda items and results as requested
  • Plan and coordinate all GEAS webinars in conjunction with webinar lead
  • Develop webinar content
  • Identify and confirm webinar faculty
  • Coordinate publicity with administrative assistant
  • Coordinate all GEAS working group portfolios
  • Intervention Working Group
  • Ethics Working Group
  • Bellagio Working Group
  • In-person meetings (including Partners' Meetings and other events): Work with Study PI to:
  • Select venue
  • Coordinate the development of the agenda
  • Develop meeting materials including presentations and other products
  • Develop a workplan for moving GEAS data to open access
  • Oversee all Ethical Review processes
  • Maintain IRB applications
  • Prepare reports to IRB on unanticipated events
  • Assure that all Hopkins GEAS faculty, staff and students are in IRB compliance
  • Oversee federal government clinical trials protocol and reporting
  • Participate in Ethics Working Group
  • Coordinate with all GEAS study site PIs and Staff (with GEAS PI)
  • Assist study sites with resolving issues and questions
  • Assist site training as needed
  • Coordinate all HCC sub-contracts with sites (incoming revenue)
  • Manage Administrative portfolio of the GEAS (with HCC Finance team and PI)
  • Maintain and update all study materials (training materials, manuals, etc)
  • All donor and budget reporting
  • Monitor all GEAS accounts
  • Manage HCC sub-contracts to sites
  • Facilitate contracts and agreements with outside vendors, events, and meeting venues
  • Address all site budgetary issues
  • Represent the GEAS at national and international meetings
  • Develop dissemination materials with administrative assistant
  • Prepare and deliver presentations as requested
  • Participate in meetings as needed
  • Develop GEAS Research and Dissemination Materials
  • Develop and update study manuals and protocols
  • Assist GEAS PI with development of training materials
  • Conduct literature reviews as requested
  • Develop briefs on key issues using GEAS data
  • Establish and manage multi-country writing teams for manuscripts and special journal supplements
  • Participate in multi-country writing teams
  • Qualifications
  • MPH or MSPH degree or equivalent
  • International Health experience preferred
  • Experience in adolescent health research preferred
  • Experience with project management preferred

Application Instructions

Applicants should submit:

  • a letter of interest,
  • curriculum vitae and
  • the names of two references

To apply for this position, visit: apply.interfolio.com/75198

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