UCLA Health Research Project Coordinator-Health Services Research Program in Los Angeles, California
Under the supervision of the Principal
Research Manager, you will provide support and management to multiple
projects by providing project coordination and administration for a variety of
research activities as well as related activities that maintain the Health
Services Research (HSR) Program.
In this role, you will be responsible for two multi-stakeholder, multi-year grants with budgets
exceeding $500k per grant per year: 1)
the HPV 9/10 project, which includes management of a successive randomized
clinical trial, randomizing pediatric practices in CA, to improve HPV
vaccination rates, and 2) the VAXMOM project, which evaluates the impact of a
randomized controlled trial in OB practices from Los Angeles with women overdue
for a recommended influenza or Tdap vaccination, as well as some qualitative
work to assess knowledge, attitudes and practices relating to vaccination .
Demonstrated excellent organizational skills
Demonstrated excellent interpersonal skills
Working knowledge of policies and procedures related to contracts and grants
Computer skills including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint), and internet applications
Ability to organize and prioritize work assignments independently, while keeping track of ongoing project deadline and following through on assigned tasks with minimal supervision in a timely manner
Ability to operate standard office equipment (computer, fax machine, printer and copier)
Ability to compose and synthesize documents
Ability to work accurately with detail
Ability to maintain personal schedule to complete multiple tasks completely and accurately, in an efficient manner
Master's degree OR equivalent combination of education and experience
Preferred Skills, knowledge, and abilities:
- A minimum of one year of experience and demonstrated skill in project coordination and management
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