JOBSUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Under the direction of the SeniorResearch Project Coordinator, this position coordinates work efforts providedby a grant that focuses on reducing the stigma of opioid use disorder withinthe Frayser community. Specific duties consist of coordinating researchstudies, study recruitment/retention, data collection, engagement in communityoutreach, and coordination of all communication/marketing needs associated withthe community-based research program.
Recruits potential candidates to enroll in the opioid study and delivers intervention to study participants.
Leads studies by administering study questionnaires (mail, telephone, face-to-face) and completing interviews with study participants.
Oversees, formulates, and implements participant tracking, retention, and recruitment plans (including electronic, in person, and telephone).
Ensures the accuracy of all data and resource collection, storage, management, auditing, and security.
Plans, implements, and supervises the marketing/public relations/advertising of the program benefits via digital outreach: website(s), blog(s), and social media accounts.
Engages in continuous, proactive relationships with community partners, academic collaborators, research participants, and stakeholders.
Coordinates electronic communication with all partners, staff, and stakeholders for scheduling and progress reports.
Works community program events and attends face-to-face meetings.
Troubleshoots and assesses solutions to any deficiencies in accrual.
Plans, creates, executes, and maintains records and minutes for all meetings and video/teleconferences.
Performs other related duties, as assigned.
Internal Number: 207909
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