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Job Title: Senior Research Program Coordinator II
Job Number:
Organization: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Posted: 6/17/2022
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Maternal and Child Health
Industry: Academic Institutions
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Baltimore,  MD    USA
Compensation:
Position Description: This is a unique opportunity to be involved in one of the first evaluations of a statewide implementation of a universal early childhood home visiting model! Our team is looking for an analytically minded individual who is gifted at liaising and project management to coordinate and advance our evaluation in New Jersey.

The ideal candidate for the position is a self-motivated, responsible, detail-oriented individual with excellent organizational abilities. Applicants must be able to work independently in a self-directed fashion while managing multiple tasks.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities: • Provide overall project management for evaluation activities and assure that project adheres to timelines and institutional policies.

• Serve as liaison between the evaluation team and a variety of early childhood system partners by communicating effectively in writing and orally to provide updates to partners and to gather information that may influence our work.

• Host regular evaluation meetings; set meeting agendas; facilitate conversations; prepare notes and document decisions.

• Be available to travel to New Jersey regularly and as needed to meet with partners.

• Support primary data collection: (1) assist with development of data collection tools; (2) develop and implement data collection protocols; (3) create survey tools in web-based survey software (Qualtrics); 4) obtain consent from participants; 5) manage process of remunerating participants.

• Maintain all project related files in secure database and assure study files are organized and current. Maintain the confidentiality of the data files and documentation.

• Maintain data sharing agreements.

• Identify challenges faced by the project and aid team in brainstorming strategies to address them.

• Recruit, train and supervise research assistants for all aspects of project.

• Communicate regularly with team members to provide updates about completion of project activities.

• Carry out data analyses, interpret results and use results to create figures and/or graphs for reports, presentations, and publications.

• Identify and propose solutions to systematic issues with data.

• Collaborate with research team to resolve data issues.

• Develop and maintain study IRB applications and approvals.

• Assist with progress reporting to funders and the wider research team, including writing and preparation of evaluation reports and presentations.

• Contribute to manuscript submissions.

• Perform other evaluation and continuous quality improvement-related duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications (Mandatory):

• Bachelor’s Degree in related discipline, including Child Development, Public Health, Public Policy, Early Childhood Education, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Economics or similar discipline.

• Five years related experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

• Master's Degree in related discipline, including Child Development, Public Health, Public Policy, Early Childhood Education, Epidemiology, Biostatistics, economics or similar discipline.

Organization Description: Our Team

For over twenty-five years, our team has conducted high-quality, utilization-focused evaluation, research, and quality improvement work across the United States focused on various prenatal, early childhood and child welfare interventions.

Our Collaborators

For more than a decade, our team has collaborated with leaders in New Jersey’s Department of Health and Department of Children and Families on research, evaluation and continuous quality improvement projects. By collaborating across state departments and creatively leveraging federal and state funding, New Jersey has created a unique, robust early childhood system of care. With sophisticated data systems and a well- developed infrastructure for collaborating with parents, New Jersey is a national leader in the early childhood space. The state’s early childhood system continues to develop; in 2021, New Jersey passed legislation establishing a statewide universal home visiting model.

Closing Date: 9/17/2022
Desired Starting Date:
Contact Name: Anne Lilly,  Senior Research Program Coordinator II
Contact Location: 615 N. Wolfe Street
Apt 2B
Baltimore   MD  21205
United States
Contact Location: 615 N. Wolfe Street
  Apt 2B
  Baltimore   MD  21205
  United States
Contact Phone: 4103700330 
Contact Fax:
Contact Email: alilly7@jhu.edu
Web Address:
How to Apply: To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to Anne at alilly7@jhu.edu.

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