The Brown Center for the Study of Children at Risk is seeking a Project Coordinator for on ongoing study of developmental outcomes in children born extremely premature. The Center is a clinical research unit at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island and the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University. The study is funded by NIH through the Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) program. The Project Coordinator is responsible for the daily operations including data collection and data management. This position involves participant recruitment, consent, research protocol administration, reliability, and data collection. Under the supervision of the principal investigator, the incumbent is also responsible for the management of daily business activity of the project including budget reconciliation, assistance with progress reports, IRB monitoring, and purchases/invoices.
Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. One to three years prior research experience and/or project coordination a must, including data collection and data management are required. Experience with infants, children and families preferred. Proficiency in the English language and bilingual ability (Spanish) Required. We are seeking a candidate with strong leadership, organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
Applicants should send a letter of interest and a resume/CV to Sheri Della Grotta (<> ). A formal job application can also be found at www.CareNewEngland.org/careers<www.CareNewEngland.org/careers> (Department: WIH-BROWN CENTER / Operating Unit: Women & Infants Hospital / Job ID: 6090)