Coordinates and provides oversight for various research related projects as assigned, working on large, multiple or multi-site projects that focus on a variety of topics related to health and healthcare services, including integrating data on chronic disease, social determinants of health, and community services to create actionable dashboards to support better management of high-risk individuals and populations. Mentors and supervises staff conducting participant and data management activities, monitoring for compliance with protocol, regulatory and Denver Health policies. Research administration duties may include development of study and regulatory materials, protocols and procedures, supervision/training/coaching junior team members in research and protocol activities, and acting as the escalation point of contact for study team and participants. Financial management duties may include budget preparation, purchasing/contracting and monitoring expenditures against budget. Additional duties may include conducting literature reviews, program/financial reporting, dissemination of results/publication, assisting with development and submission of grant proposals, and assisting with process improvement activities. Additional duties also include supporting Institutional Review Board protocol submissions, project governance including establishing meeting schedules and agendas and taking and circulating minutes, needs assessments, user testing electronic health record tools for population management, and evaluation activities. Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Excellent interpersonal skills to interact with team and participants, and ability to supervise and monitor team members in research and protocol activities. 2. Must be comfortable working with diverse populations. 3. Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities effectively. 4. Knowledge of protocol adherence, advanced research methods and rules of patient confidentiality. 5. Knowledge of database programs, advanced data analysis practices and synthesis of findings 6. Knowledge of regulatory, financial, staff, and continuous improvement best practices. 7. Knowledge of 'full life cycle' grant administration activities. 8. Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision and step into a leadership role when needed. 9. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively across many audiences and mediums.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Coordinates all research activities for large, multiple or multi-site projects, supervising or supporting staff conducting activities while monitoring for compliance with protocol, regulatory and Denver Health policies. 2. Supervises direct reports and/or supports other project members conducting study subject activities, including mentoring and monitoring team performance. Confirms protocol eligibility and subject confidentiality, while treating participants with courtesy, dignity, empathy and respect though all verbal and non-verbal communications. 3. Supervises direct reports and/or supports other project members conducting data management activities, including mentoring and monitoring team performance. Confirms data protections are in place in compliance with protocol, regulatory and Denver Health policies. 4. Coordinates research administration activities, including development of study and regulatory materials, protocols and procedures, supervision/training/coaching junior team members in research and protocol activities, and acting as the escalation point of contact for study team and participants. 5. Assists with financial administration activities, including budget preparation, purchasing/contracting and monitoring expenditures against budget. 6. Additional duties may include conducting literature reviews, program reporting, dissemination of results/publication, assisting with development and submission of grant proposals, and assisting with process improvement activities. 7. Builds and maintains good relationships with research teams, direct reports, collaborators and colleagues, including coaching and training junior team members in research and protocol activities. 8. Supports Institutional Review Board protocol submissions, project governance, needs assessments, user testing electronic health record tools for population management, and evaluation activities. 9. Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor Degree required, Master Degree preferred
Four or more years of related experience required. Prior experience leading and supervising teams required. Prior experience in development and supervision of multiple research projects preferred.
Location Administrative Offices
Work Type Full time
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