Research Specialist - Center for Clinical and Translational Science (Job ID
The Research Specialist collaborates with PIs and Program leadership in the
development of translational research projects, professional development and
mentoring research objectives and proposals to advance investigator research
efforts in clinical and translational science. The position supports the
implementation and evaluation of CTSA-grant funded team science and workforce
development initiatives. The position works with both programs in the
implementation and evaluation of University, citywide and nation-wide
initiatives in support of the CTSA priorities for developing and supporting
team science, as well as a diverse clinical and translational workforce to
address clinical, translational and public health issues.
Collaborate with Principle Investigator and leadership to develop
objectives, implement protocols and evaluate outcomes.
Oversee daily management of CCTS workforce development and team science
initiatives, proposing and implementing changes as needed.
Represent CCTS within the CTSA Network through the development and
exchange of best practices and collaborative initiatives.
Contribute material, prepare results and assist in the writing of research
findings for publications, papers, presentations, grants, and other
documents for publication. Assist principal investigator in grant and
Bachelor's degree in social science or related field required. Master's
degree in social science preferred.
A minimum of 3 years related research experience.
Possesses and applies comprehensive knowledge of research principles,
concepts, practices and methods.
Project management and/or grant management experience strongly preferred.
Strong communication, organization and interpersonal skills required.
Ability to work well independently and within a team environment.
development of translational research projects and consultative services to
advance investigator research efforts in clinical and translational science.
The position supports the implementation and evaluation of CTSA-grant funded
catalyzing research to address clinical, translational and...