Project Coordinator, Division of Infectious Diseases - Georgetown University Medical Center

Location
Washington D.C.
Posted
May 19, 2017
Closes
Aug 02, 2017
Industry
Education
Hours
Full Time
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Project Coordinator, Division of Infectious Diseases - Georgetown University Medical Center

The Division of Infectious Diseases at Georgetown University Medical Center's prevailing mission is to achieve excellence and distinction in teaching, research and the provision of patient care. It has consistently been among the top scoring divisions for patient satisfaction. This repeat honor reflects the strong emphasis placed by Infectious Diseases staff both on having state-of-the-art clinical knowledge and on caring for the whole person. The Women's Interagency HIV Study (WIHS) is an NIH funded project to better understand how HIV impacts women's lives. Since 1994 participants (both HIV infected and uninfected), staff and researchers have worked together to accomplish this goal across a broad range of topics both medical and psychosocial.

The Project Coordinator assists in providing managerial oversight for WIHS - the implementation of new protocols, data management, and participation in national study working groups.  S/he assures quality requirements are met in all outreach research institutions, communicates with the Georgetown University IRB, and serves as the manager of field operations for the WIHS core site and the 2 sub-sites (INOVA Juniper & Montgomery County Health Services). The Project Coordinator has duties that include but are not limited to:

  • Handles multi-site study implementation for WIHS and all sub-sites, including IRB processing.
  • Oversees quality assurance in all aspects of study protocols and assures regulatory requirements are met in all outreach institutions.
  • Maintains and works towards enhancing study retention rates.
  • Organizes staff meetings, retreats, and patient events.
  • Meets regularly with research staff, faculty, lab, and clinical personnel.
  • Coordinates collaboration for matching data with DHHS Division of Vital Statistics, DC, MD, and VA Cancer Registries and TB Registries.
  • Processes purchase requisitions, online payments, check deposits, and non-payroll journal vouchers; issues research patient incentives; and maintain WIHS petty cash account.
  • Reconciles Division ProCards, and attaches documentation to statements and maintain files.
  • Coordinates travel arrangements and reimbursements for research patients, faculty, and staff.
  • Prepares conference room and attends the weekly research meeting; and takes meeting notes, transcribes, and emails to research faculty.
  • Assist with preparation of manuscripts for publication, library and literature searches, and preparation and submission of Federal and Private grants.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree
  • 3 to 5 years of experience working in an office or academic /medical setting
  • Experience implementing research protocols, regulatory affairs, and quality assurance
  • Excellent interpersonal, and written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work with diverse populations, manage multiple projects simultaneously, work independently, perform in a high-pressure environment, and strictly adhere to confidentiality requirements
  • Self-starter with exceptional problem solving skills
  • Proficiency in computer skills - in particular, Excel and database skills - and documentation skills
  • A general knowledge of financial systems

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