- The OPS Coordinator is responsible for coordinating study-related tasks, activities, and meetings. Activities may include, but are not limited to, coordinating grant meetings, recruiting for and coordinating focus group and in-depth interviews, planning and coordinating community outreach events, and creating reports. The OPS Coordinator will participate in project team meetings, take meeting notes, review project timelines, provide updates to Dr. Krieger and provide progress notes.
Data Collection, Management, and Analysis
- Assist in project-related data collection. Tasks may include, but are not limited to, administering surveys at study sites, taking notes during focus groups and in-depth interviews, maintaining raw and de-identified data records in accordance with applicable policies and regulations, and preparing data for analysis and transcriptions. The OPS Coordinator may assist with data analytic tasks, including but not limited to, descriptive analysis of quantitative data using Excel and SPSS, coding of quantitative and qualitative data sets, and preparation of reports. The OPS Coordinator may also review medical records and assist with maintenance of participant records. Experience with Sharepoint, Epic, MyUFHealth, and REDCap are desirable.
- Assist in the dissemination of grant-related findings via mediated and non-mediated channels. Activities include updating website and social media sites as needed and preparing slides and posters for research presentations. The OPS coordinator will assist in the development of white papers and research presentations.
30-40 hours per week, 8:00am - 5:00pm, but may vary as needed.
The coordinator will communicate on a regular basis with Dr. Krieger and internal and external parties related to the project and the coordination of all study related activities and meetings. The OPS coordinator will also communicate regularly with faculty members and students.