The University at Buffalo School of Nursing (UBSON) Center for Nursing Research (CNR) is looking to hire a Project Coordinator who will be responsible for assisting the Principal Investigator (PI) in coordinating and organizing all tasks related to a research project focusing on mental health in the local Buffalo, NY community.
- Maintain and monitor project plans and project schedules.
- Responsible for community outreach activities and regular communication with community partners.
- Recruit and screen participants.
- Provide various reports to PI and team for review.
- Assist with IRB application, revision, continuing review, and final report.
- Assist with data collection and project dissemination (presentations and publications).
- Assist with all aspects of grant implementation and management with PI, Grants manager and other team members.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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