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Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 63031
Job Family: Research Services
Status: Full Time
Detailed Shift and Schedule: M-F, 9-5
Remote Opportunity: Yes
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 21071017240504-Administration - Operations
Serves as the administrative coordinator for evaluation and research functions supported by the Impact Evaluation and Grants Management (IEGM) team for the Division of Community & Social Impact (CSI Division) and across Clinical Service Area and Enterprise collaborations as a centralized function within the Dept. of Community Health. The coordinator is responsible for administratively supporting IEGM functions including the fulfillment of compliance requirements, data sharing and other evaluation contracting, management of data quality and access, management of select research and evaluation projects, and working collaboratively across system resources to problem-solve administrative roadblocks and ensure alignment and coordination across internal/external collaborators. Works in collaboration with Enterprise data and research resources including Information and Analytics Services (IAS), Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), system researchers, and other internal/external collaborators to ensure efficiency, communication, and optimization of administrative functions which requires critical thinking, project management, data management, contracting, and compliance experience.
Will work in office environment for preparing reports and documents or projects determined by leader.
Education, Experience, and Certifications
Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred in data science, health informatics, public health, business, health services or health care administration. Minimum of two years of experience in research coordination, project management, contracting and compliance related administration and/or a related field. Previous experience completing institutional review board and compliance applications, data sharing agreements, and working with complex, restricted data sources preferred.
Patient Population Served
Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development and demonstrates the skills and competency appropriate to the ages, culture, developmental stages, and special needs of the patient population served.