This position is a fulltime, career position based on the Davis Campus. Under the direction of Dr. Fejerman, the Research Program Officer 3 will oversee, manage, and support all aspects of various complex, multi-site, multi-disciplinary, and extramurally funded research projects, including the development of new grant proposals. Additionally, the Research Program Officer 3 will manage data coordinating center activities for a large, international consortium including all interinstitutional agreements/documentation, IRB requirements, budget, and monitoring consortium data submissions and requests, performance of data quality checks and audits and will establish/improve protocols and procedures for data collection and management for current and future studies. This position reports directly to Dr. Fejerman.
Experience managing multidisciplinary research projects and applying project management principles and concepts.
Experience with IRB processes and writing protocols and modifications for human subjects committee approval.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills (In English and Spanish, Excellent in English, Good in Spanish)
Demonstrated skills using Microsoft Word, Excel, Survey building software.
Experience with research methods in epidemiology and population-based research.
Demonstrated experience troubleshooting data quality issues and recommending strategies to manage and correct data collection issues.
Experience facilitating collaboration and providing training.
Experience working with a variety of stakeholders with different priorities for project outcomes including faculty and community members
Strong organizational, problem solving, planning, and decision-making skills.
Ability to work independently and have self-direction in a team environment.
Ability to travel to conduct site visits.
A Master level degree in public health/related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience preferred.
Experience conducting basic, exploratory data analyses is preferred.
Knowledge of University policies and procedures preferred.
Ability to travel if a particular project requires an in person meeting.
Must possess a California Driver’s License and participate in the DMV Pull Notice Program.
This position may be subject to a criminal background investigation, drug screen, Live Scan fingerprinting, medical evaluation clearance, and functional capacity assessment.
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