Sr. Research Program Coodinator
Posted: December 6, 2023
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Collaborate with leaders of other AITC Cores.
Engage Pilot Awardees to educate and advance their pilot specific stakeholder engagement.
Leverage clinical and research perspectives and experience to conceptualize, identify, and recruit stakeholders including older adults, caregivers, and healthcare professionals to establish a 10 to12 member Stakeholder Engagement Council.
Organize, coordinate, and conduct regular meetings with the Stakeholder Engagement Council members, prepare and update meeting documentation and related communications.
Develop, organize, and coordinate skills training and orientation of Stakeholder Engagement Council members.
Develop, organize, and coordinate stakeholder related activities at annual AITC meeting.
Lead a scientific literature review on artificial intelligence and technology related to aging using Covidence software.
Synthesize insights from literature review, Draft and prepare for publication concepts from literature review.
Conduct qualitative interviews and focus groups with stakeholders: develop interview guides, recruit study participants, conduct the interviews and focus groups, organize, and conduct in data coding, analysis, synthesis, and manuscript preparation.
Develop, coordinate, and conduct online surveys to stakeholders.
Design survey tool using appropriate technologies possibly including REDCap or Qualtrics
Prepare manuscripts, data tables, figures.
Produce public-facing materials for clinicians and patients utilizing expertise in aging experience.
Prepare repository of stakeholder engagement-related materials on the AITC website.
Organize and lead workshops in the community to disseminate findings from the AITC.
In collaboration with the Core Directors, represent Stakeholder Engagement core and liaise with internal and external stakeholders, administrative staff within AITC and at other institutions.
Collaborate with other staff from the Administrative Core and other Cores of the AITC research center to provide information about stakeholder inputs as needed. Coordinate and participate in AITC team meetings.
Actively liaison with other team members, and possibly stakeholders, at remote sites and coordinate meetings.
Prepare and maintain study documentation including IRB, financial, and grant reports.
Track, monitor and disperse honoraria or other budgeted funds.
Track project progress against milestones and manage project workflow to ensure timely and high-quality completion of milestones.
Supervise research and administrative staff within the Core, as needed.
Facilitate/Lead stakeholder engagement for pilot projects funded through the AITC.
Learn and utilize appropriate tools or software for project planning and communication (i.e., MS Teams, SharePoint, Zoom)
Help in other projects as needed for similar roles as above.
Provides other duties as assigned.
Ability to move about.
Ability sits for an extended period of time.
Finger dexterity required to manipulate objects with fingers rather than with whole hand(s) or arm(s), for example, using a keyboard.
Ability to see within normal parameters.
Ability to hear within normal range.
Ability to lift 25 pounds Physical Requirements.
Bachelor's Degree in related discipline.
Three years related experience.
Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Five years related experience. Master’s Degree (or equivalent degree) in public health or related discipline with an emphasis in aging, epidemiology, qualitative data analysis with clinical interest, and a minimum of one year of progressive experience in the following areas,
Project management experience in clinical or clinical research
Health services research experience
Community outreach or stakeholder engagement experience.
Qualitative research experience, including experience developing, administering, and analyzing results.
Experience with surveys and/or literature review.
Experience working with older adults, with or without dementia, and caregivers from a clinical and/or clinical research perspective.