This is a full-time position with the Penn Injury Science Center (PISC), Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. The Research Coordinator position involves coordinating PISC research projects as part of the SpaceTimeEpi research group, and assisting with program management of outreach and training programs including the PISC Student Learning Lab (SLL) and the Penn Community Scholars Program (CSP). Under supervision of the Deputy Director, this position will have primary oversight of day-to-day operations and recruitment of school age adolescent trauma participants for a study to understand violence prevention engaging multiple community-based sites. Specific responsibilities include coordinating participant recruitment and tracking, coordinating IRB documentation and compliance, maintaining study databases, implementing intervention strategies, monitoring project timelines, assisting with the preparation of materials to disseminate study results, data entry/management, and assisting the principal investigator as needed. Responsibilities for the PISC outreach and training activities include coordinating the implementation and evaluation of the SLL and Penn SCP; specifically, implementing an evaluation plan based on established goals and objectives, recruiting and tracking participants, coordinating program activities, compiling reports, and assisting the director leads as needed.
Recruit youth participants from clinical and community settings and administer in-person surveys Perform outreach to and manage study logistics with multiple clinical and community sites Screen patients’ for study eligibility Conduct semi-structured interviews with adolescents Participate in qualitative (content) analysis of transcribed data Maintain study databases including online survey platforms Assist with IRB documentation and compliance Attend team meetings Prepare and review materials for study result dissemination and grant applications Prepare and review program materials for outreach programming Travel among community sites within the greater Philadelphia area, typically within the city of Philadelphia
Internal Number: 40324
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