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The Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center???s Office of Community Outreach and Engagement is hiring a Sr. Program Coordinator to assist with a new center called SoCA, funded through the National Cancer Institute. The multi-institutional center will host two large projects in persistent poverty communities in NYC.
The Sr. Program Coordinator will be responsible for the following duties:
Work closely with the PIs and co-investigators to execute research programs and protocols in compliance with all regulatory and institutional requirements.
Lead communication and project management for the overall study team.
Work with investigators, and other program managers to produce regular reports on study progress.
Develop and implement uniform and effective processes and systems across the SoCa Cores.
Facilitate and coordinate all necessary internal meetings to drive the research agenda forward.
Maintain detailed records of meeting minutes, agendas and action items and facilitate tasks that need to be completed among project staff and external partners.
Preparation of IRB applications, modifications and annual IRB renewals.
Preparation and submission of annual progress reports.
Manage ongoing record-keeping of grant activities ensuring appropriate deliverables are being met.
May be involved in the development, review, submission and renewal of related grants, contracts and subcontract proposals.
Track and record all outreach and dissemination by Center members.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as required.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience plus 3 years related experience.
Master???s degree in public health, epidemiology, or a related science.
Outstanding organizational and project management skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication.
Ability to work collaboratively as well as independently.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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