Position Summary: The Research Associate / Partnership Coordinator supports partnership studies and coordination activities to activate the partnership network's ability to leverage resources, integrate seamless services, and build nurturing communities where children and families thrive and succeed.
Core Job Responsibilities
- Contributes to basic and applied research activities by collecting and analyzing data, entering data, maintaining databases, etc.
- Understands and interprets research protocols and procedures
- Participates in the publication of significant results.
- Advances expertise through continued education, training, and/or research
- Maintains an overview of relevant research findings.
- Ensures all research and program activities are undertaken according to good research practice and guidance.
- Recruit, screen, and enroll research study participants.
- Engage with community residents, consultants, businesses, and health organizations.
- Coordinate data collection and outreach in local communities.
- Conduct study visits and administer psycho-social assessments to participants as needed.
- Monitor protocol compliance, reporting adverse events as required by institutional/federal regulations.
- Assist with preparation of protocol revisions
- Assist with preparation of annual progress reports for renewal of ongoing studies.
- Assist with study petty cash and budget management
- Assist with manuscript and dissemination as well as the preparation and submission of grant applications.
- Coordinates Partnership Network Activities to promote innovation and co-design and implementation of programs/studies
- Coordinate partnership activities, including scheduling meetings, workshops, community events, and presentations
- Co-design content to promote study, program, and partnership internal and external communications
- Work across ConnectFamilias teams and partners to coordinate study, program, and community events.
- Bachelor’s degree required in a related field such as psychology, public health, etc.
- Experience in public health, minority health, and/or mental health, community programs, and working with immigrant populations, families, etc. strongly preferred.
- Strong interpersonal skills, community engagement skills, and familiarity with Miami neighborhoods.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and aptitude for learning internal programs and software
- Highly organized, analytical, and detail-oriented with strong planning and writing skills, working independently, and thinking through activities.
- Ability to manage extremely confidential information and coordinate complex projects.
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills, and a collaborative style.
- Ability to complete project tasks as necessary to meet tight deadlines.
- Committed to high professional, ethical standards and a diverse workplace.
- Familiarity with financial and IRB systems (preferred).
- Access to reliable transportation is required.
- Proven ability to prioritize work and manage competing responsibilities to meet deadlines
Required Clearance: Level I and Level II FBI National Background, National Sexual Abuse Register