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This position coordinates research and administrative activities in support of various Epidemiology Program studies. The position involves many diverse tasks, including participant recruitment activities, participant consenting, specimen procurement, monitoring and tracking study progress, mailing approach letters, carrying-out moderately complex research assignments, and assisting in study implementation.
The coordinator works under the direction of the Study Manager and/or Principal Investigator, referring project/study issues on and/or soliciting guidance as necessary. Special skills and knowledge are applied in coordinating research and administrative activities and in carrying-out moderately complex research assignments. The incumbent may coordinate the work of other study staff. They work independently with health care providers, study participants, and other personnel within and outside of the Epidemiology Program, and is responsible for organizing study logistics and study materials. The coordinator may perform some or all of the following responsibilities: