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JOB DESCRIPTION: - Provides administrative support for one of the following (or a combination): general management, a research environment or a specific program. - Ensures office activities comply with Emory policies and procedures. - Responds to incoming telephone calls. - Maintains calendars and prioritizes meeting requests for management. - Reviews incoming correspondence and identifies items of special interest to management; handles routine correspondence and prepares appropriate responses. - May complete forms, grant applications, and/or correspondence associated with programs. - Prepares charts and graphs for reports and presentations. - Creates and edits scientific, programmatic or other reports associated with department's primary business. - Schedules meetings and handles logistics for meetings and special events. - Prepares materials for meetings and special events. - Initiates, processes, and maintains records and invoices. - Keeps management apprised of account status, identifies cost-effective solutions and may authorize expenditures. - May monitor or maintain budgets and grants, assist with budget development, and prepare related expense reports and reimbursements. - Plans and coordinates travel arrangements. - Maintains databases and spreadsheets; may also analyze data and design/generate associated reports. Establishes and organizes filing systems. - Oversees ordering and maintenance of office supplies. - May supervise or direct the work of support staff and/or students. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A high school diploma or equivalent and five years of clerical or secretarial experience, or a bachelor's degree. - Proficiency with various personal computer software applications. - Positions in this classification may require keyboarding skills. NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to Emory University location as needed. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee. 
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
105235
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: BME: Admin
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Clerical & Administrative
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Supports the acquisition, management and analysis of data from multiple sites or sources. - Supports the configuration and management of technology solutions supporting the receipt, transformation, validation and storage of data. - Ensures that the uses of data through reports and queries are appropriate. - Serves as an organizational consultant on matters relating to databases by providing expertise to assist users in meeting their needs. - Develops automated quality control procedures to assess quality of data and provides reports to data owners. - Works effectively within a group setting in areas of design of data collection instruments, database management, analysis of data, and creation of reports and dashboards. - Develops and performs appropriate analyses. - Provides explanations of analysis methods, assumptions made, and assists in interpretation of results and implications therein. - Documents methods and results through development and maintenance of standard documentation artifacts including data dictionaries, standard operating procedures and analysis methodology descriptions. - Works with onsite or field-based counterparts to coordinate consistent implementation of data quality control measures and provision of access to the central data repositories. - Performs related responsibilities as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field, and three years of experience in processes and standards related to data, OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. - Experience with relational database management systems such as, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL preferred. - Experience with statistical packages such as, SAS, SPSS, R preferred. NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location. Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
105224
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Neurology: Cog Neurobehav
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Executive Park-N Druid Hills
Job Category
Information Technology
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under general supervision, performs a variety of defined research and laboratory tests and experiments according to prescribed protocols and assigned schedules. - Sets up experiments as prescribed by a principal investigator. - May be required to participate in laboratory maintenance activities such as sterilization and cleaning of equipment, ordering of supplies, inventory and media preparation. - Maintains records, files and logs of work performed in laboratory notebooks and computer databases. - Compiles data and records results of studies for publications, grants and seminar presentations. - Employees in this classification may be required to work with, take specific precautions against and/or be immunized against potentially hazardous agents. - Performs related responsibilities as required by principal investigator. ADDITIONAL DETAILS: - Uses independent judgment in applying or adapting scientific techniques. - May assist in protocol design. - Investigates and proposes alternative experimental procedures for consideration by a principal investigator. - Assists in planning and scheduling research procedures. Analyzes and interprets results of studies. - Demonstrates and trains others in the proper use/operation of laboratory techniques and equipment. - Calibrates, troubleshoots and performs routine repair and maintenance of equipment. - Reviews literature for related research developments and techniques and compiles findings. - Monitors laboratory processes to maintain quality assurance standards. - Records results of studies, compiles and analyzes data and prepares charts and graphs. - Monitors the handling, storage and disposal of hazardous substances. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in a scientific field OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - The ideal candidate should be motivated, dependable, detail-oriented, organized, have a positive attitude and passion for research. The Research Specialist will be a team player who is willing to learn on the job and collaborate with lab members. The Research Specialist will work to ensure the highest quality of laboratory research support, has good communication skills with co-workers, the management team, PI’s, research staff, students, and other support services. - This is a research lab focused on hematology and immunology based research questions and assays. There is a preference for a highly-motivated individual with prior experience with animal work or at minimum willingness to learn to work with animals (primarily mice) in the research setting. - Experience with molecular biology techniques such as DNA extraction, PCR, molecular cloning, RNA workflows and/or flow cytometry, as well as cell culture techniques is highly preferred. NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location.  Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
105193
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Peds: HemThrom
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Laboratory
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Maintains and enhances educational, social, support, referral, and resource programs and services for students regarding issues of sexual and gender identities. - Advises student group members and leaders regarding program planning and development, group process concerns, leadership and personal development, budgets, state law, University policy, and legal issues. - Develops and implements training and development programs for student leaders. - Plans, conducts, and supervises special events. - Evaluates the success of various programs, groups, functions, and special events. - Provides input into departmental goals and objectives. - Compiles, edits, and produces publications, brochures, and newsletters. - Maintains required records and documentation and prepares various operational and statistical reports for management and regulatory agencies. - Supervises student staff by orienting, training, and providing performance feedback on an on-going basis. - Provides individual student support on an on-going basis. - Performs related responsibilities as required. ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: - Manages all (up to 10) Queer Discussion Groups - Recruits, trains, and supervises all (up to 20) volunteer student Queer Discussion Group Facilitators - Builds and maintains semesterly and weekly training curriculum - Organizes weekly schedule of groups.  - Meets with facilitators individually as needed. - Supervision of student staff including federal work study and graduate assistant - Recruits, trains, and supervises graduate student staff - Manages graduate student staff payroll and budgets - Supports other Office staff in the supervision of undergraduate student staff - Coordinates, develops, and facilitates departmental and student organizational trainings on queer and trans topics - Advises undergraduate and graduate/professional student organizations including the LGBTQ+ Grad Student Coalition - Facilitates student organization retreats - Provides 1:1 and group advising - Provides 1:1 developmental support of students - Coordinates the Office of LGBT Life major events including Atlanta Pride and Pride Awards - Manages the Office of LGBT Life’s assessment plan and reports - Manages the daily operations of the Office of LGBT Life - Ordering office supplies - Managing website and listservs - Managing library and educational materials - Represents the Office of LGBT Life on various Campus Life committees including - - Strategic planning committees - Assessment committees - Orientation and Creating Emory - PACE - Intersections - CrossRoads - Others as applicable - Assists relationships with alumni and GALA: Emory LGBT Alumni - Represents Emory University on and off campus - Collaborates with Belonging & Community Justice colleagues to develop and implement intersectional programming and events - Supports Emory and Campus Life via committee work, projects, and initiatives that serve the campus broadly   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A master's degree in student personnel, higher education administration, counseling, or a related field and two years of professional experience working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students in higher education, OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.  PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Educational and employment background must include a master's degree in student personnel, higher education administration, counseling, or a related field AND at least two years of professional experience working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students in higher education. - Candidates must have considerable knowledge of the developmental needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students in higher education. - Candidates must also have demonstrated experience in public speaking and presenting to diverse communities and an understanding of multiple identity development. - A demonstrated success in student program development, administration, and evaluation is desirable. - Strong interpersonal, communication, and management skills. - Demonstrated commitment to diversity and equity are desirable.  - Knowledge of policies and procedures of a medium size, private university is sought. NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location.  Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
Emory Campus Life
Job Number
105192
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
LGBT Life
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Admissions & Student Life
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
At Emory University, our mission is simple, yet powerful: to create, preserve, teach, and apply knowledge in the service of humanity.   Our ideal candidate for the Program Coordinator position with Emory University Music Administration has extensive experience in Peoplesoft Financials and a strong background in performing arts administrative work such as working box office, marketing, operations, etc.   If you are interested in making a difference in people's lives then apply today!   JOB DESCRIPTION:   Primary duties are organizing, coordinating, and planning operational facets of a program and its related activities which include, but are not limited to the following: - establishing long-term operational objectives, researching factors that may impact the success of the program, and working with individuals or groups to research and document program requirements in order to provide appropriate input into the development of strategic plans. - Develops work plans to accomplish program goals and objectives and monitors progress toward their achievement. - Conducts research and gathers information to develop various publications. - Develops promotional materials which may include content for reports, briefings, newsletters, grants or other written information related to the program. - Assists in developing and coordinating program-related conferences, conventions, or meetings. - Monitors expenditures and may participate in the budget planning process and prepare financial reports. - May assist in identifying funding resources and developing fund-raising strategies and initiatives. - Prepares operational and statistical reports. - Conducts training, represents the program at meetings and conferences, and networks with affiliated groups. - May supervise assigned project staff, interns and/or volunteers. - Performs related responsibilities as required. This is not an administrative support position. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in a field related to the program and two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. NOTE: Position tasks are required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location; working remote is not an option. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
Division
Emory College
Job Number
105191
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
University Music Admin
Job Type
Temporary Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Business Operations
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Performs a variety of library tasks in support of circulation, interlibrary loan, electronic reserves, technical services, and information desk activities. - Experience with and knowledge of library systems and OCLC is highly preferred. - Microcomputer skills (Word and Excel) are essential to perform required duties. - Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills and flexibility for changing work responsibilities are essential. - Must display evidence of the ability to work independently and in a collaborative team environment. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in a related field is required, along with two years of related experience.  NOTE: Position tasks are required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location; working remote is not an option. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
Division
Emory University Libraries
Job Number
105190
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
EUL: Operations & Access Serv
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Business Operations
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
Did you know many of our ETS temporaries convert to regular status jobs at Emory?   We have an immediate temporary need for a degreed accountant working with the Emory (GME) Graduate Medical Education program at the Emory School of Medicine. This position will administer 110+ medical residency training programs. With minimal supervision, this position is primarily responsible for maintaining the integrity of the monthly GME billing spreadsheets and the billing accuracy of resident records in the GME database. The duties of the position include but are not limited to: - Maintains GME monthly billing vs. labor spreadsheets and advises of unresolved discrepancies. - Works closely with Emory and training hospital accounts payable/accounts receivable departments. - Prepares and coordinates invoices, payables, and receivables. - Creates new contracts and funding sources in the GME database: New Innovations (NI). - Monitors New Innovations database configurations to confirm the accuracy of billing allocations and locations. - Performs monthly New Innovations check mechanisms such as gap reports, missing allocations, and error reports. - Works closely with training program coordinators/department finance to resolve rotation and billing discrepancies. - Establishes a point of contact for Veterans Administration Hospital quarterly discrepancies. - Reconcile, report and create Veterans Administration Hospital bills. - Assists in preparation and entering journal entries - billing and liability insurance. JOB DESCRIPTION: - Performs routine professional accounting duties requiring limited independent judgment. - Monitors, audits and reconciles departmental accounts. - Researches and creates new accounts and codes. - Prepares journal transactions, balances accounts, reconciles errors and takes corrective action. - Assists in the preparation and monitoring of departmental budgets. - Advises management of cash deficits. - Prepares audit schedules in support of internal and external audits. - Maintains databases and assimilates financial and statistical data. - Prepares routine operational and statistical reports. - May assist with computer operations for the department. - May maintain departmental grants and monitor petty cash activity. - May coordinate invoice preparation, payables and/or receivables. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A bachelor's degree in accounting or a related field. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  - Exceptional problem-solving, time management, organization, and customer service skills. - Detail-oriented and able to meet deadlines while processing large volumes of data with a high accuracy rate. - Will thrive in a fast-paced office and collaborate well with a culturally diverse team. - Ability to maintain confidentiality standards. - An independent self-starter with strategic and analytical thinking skills, able to develop work plans on assigned projects, monitor progress, and track to completion. - Advanced knowledge and high proficiency with Excel/data analysis and learning new database software applications quickly. - Prior experience/knowledge about GME finance preferred. - 2-5 years of accounting experience preferred. NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to Emory University on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs.  Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines of department of work.  Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
105189
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: GME: Administration
Job Type
Temporary Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Clerical & Administrative
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
The Center for Systems Imaging Core (CSIC), one of the Emory Integrated Core Facilities (EICF).  It provides state-of-the art research and pre-clinical human and animal imaging to the Emory community. The CSIC supports the Center for Systems Imaging (CSI), which is the cross-disciplinary scientific, administrative, and educational home for imaging science at Emory University.  The goals of this center are to: (1) support the advancement of scientific research focused on the development of imaging biomarkers, (2) promote the development and application of biomedical imaging technology particularly magnetic resonance imaging, (3) provide core services for human and animal imaging studies, and (4) to build cross-cutting educational and training programs. • Works with Center Director, Program Directors, staff, Investigator Users and others to ensure the Center renders high quality services, including efficient and timely responses to queries, entry, access to and on-going use of the Center’s facilities and the resolution of any issues, along with the coordination of ancillary services and enhancement of research subject support and service improvement. • Provides administrative management of the Center’s human clinical and animal imaging services operations, including compliance with all applicable government laws, rules and regulations and University policies. • Compiles and produces monthly Center billing report to School of Medicine and reconciles data errors and discrepancies. Serves as the system administrator of the Center’s online services scheduling system and works with vendor IT support on resolving system problems and upgrade specifications. • Manages the Center’s finances and analyzes revenue and expenses. Monitors and reports monthly the performance of all Center service lines and budget variances. Drafts the Center’s annual budget and new rates for each of the Center’s service lines for submission to Center Director and School of Medicine. Maintains the Center’s service categories and pricing in School of Medicine’s Core billing database. • Plans, manages and is responsible for the Center’s administrative activities including contracting with external User organizations and specialty suppliers, generating services quotes to other Georgia Core Alliance institutions, budget planning, financial analysis, data processing operations. • Works with the Center Director, Program Directors and staff to draft annual capital equipment requests and report equipment inventory. Performs all Center purchasing in the University’s procurement system and manages major supplier invoicing.    JOB DESCRIPTION: - Manages administrative and research activities in support of a specialized program or research center. - Develops plans for program growth and development and serves as a liaison to various committees or organizations. - May oversee the planning, logistics and implementation of various special events such as lectures, seminars, conferences, or research projects. - Participates in developing and implementing various program related communications such as websites, publications, multimedia or video productions. - May hire and supervise administrative or research related staff. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A bachelor's degree in business or related field. - Five years of professional experience in a related field such as business administration, research, or information systems management. - Requires previous supervisory and program/project management experience. NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to Emory University on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs.  Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines of department of work.  Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
105186
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Core Labs
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Business Operations
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Works with the post-award specialists to solve problems, answer questions, and give guidance on grants management topics  - Works with PIs and their team members to jointly solve questions and challenges in their daily work. - Communicates with PIs on a regular basis regarding budget and expense adjustments and revisions. - Reviews effort reports and manages quarterly effort certification process. - Assists faculty/PI in the development, preparation, and submission of grant and contract proposals. - Assists the PI in the development of budgets and budget justification which includes proofing the budget for inconsistencies and ensuring accuracy. - Monitors proposal status  - Works effectively with other offices (RAS, OSP, IRB, RCG) on research proposals and management. - Assists in directing the strategic planning, development, and implementation of programs. - Represents the organization at meetings, conferences and other events. - May develop and present speeches or presentations to generate or enhance awareness of program(s). - Provides technical support by evaluating established processes, conducting training, attending operational meetings and networking with affiliated groups. - Monitors progress toward achieving established objectives and deadlines. - Participates in planning, administering and monitoring program related budgets. - Conducts research, designs new initiatives, and collaborates with others to ensure program(s) remain viable. - May serve on, hold office in, or chair committees. - May write publishable articles and papers. - May supervise staff. - Oversees or assists in developing operational and statistical reports for management and regulatory agencies. - Ensures required records and documentation are maintained. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in a field related to the program(s) and five years of program related experience, OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to Emory University on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs.  Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines of department of work.  Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
105177
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Medicine: Geriatrics
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Business Operations
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Greets visitors and callers and handles their inquiries or refers them to the appropriate employee. - Takes and routes messages. - Performs routine typing and generates correspondence. - Opens and distributes mail; prepares and mails outgoing correspondence. - Sets up organized files for correspondence, ensuring easy retrieval. - Operates standard office equipment. May enter data into computer database. May operate a multi-line telephone console. May post and maintain information in public areas. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A high school diploma or equivalent. NOTE: Position tasks are required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location; working remote is not an option. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
105171
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Neurology: Cog Neurobehav
Job Type
Temporary Full-Time
Location : Name
Executive Park-N Druid Hills
Job Category
Clerical & Administrative
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
The Task Force for Global Heath began its work serving as Secretariat for a coalition of several multilateral organizations, achieving tremendous success in promoting immunization and other child survival activities. The Center for Vaccine Equity was founded to build on the Task Force’s experience in immunization and drug donation programs. Working through collaborative partnerships with critical stakeholders and partner organizations, the Center is focused on guiding the development of innovative vaccine procurement and delivery programs.   TFGH BACKGROUND:   The Task Force for Global Health is an Emory University affiliate located in Decatur, GA. Its eight programs focus on building durable public health systems that serve all people. Focus are-as include neglected tropical diseases, vaccines, and health systems strengthening. The Task Force received the 2016 Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize–the world's largest award of its kind–in recognition of its extraordinary contributions to alleviating human suffering.   CENTER FOR VACCINE EQUITY (CVE)/COALITION BACKGROUND:   The Center for Vaccine Equity (CVE) works to assure all people have equal access to life-saving vaccines by expanding availability, supporting vaccine impact studies, and building delivery systems that facilitate access in developing countries. CVE also serves as Secretariat for a number of global health partnerships that advance this mission. COVID-19 is a serious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus, currently the cause of the ongoing pandemic. COVID-19 is potentially vaccine preventable, and several vaccines are in late stage of development. Under the direction of the Safety Platform for Emergency Vaccines (SPEAC) Program Manager and Project Lead, the Project Manager supports the implementation of the Project per the Service Orders. Serves as a liaison and key spokesperson to various committees and organizations. Responds to inquiries and assists in promoting the program. Assists strategy development and the management of daily operations. May collaborate with representatives from private, government, and international agencies. Designs new initiatives and writes publishable articles and papers. May supervise staff.    JOB DESCRIPTION: - Directs the planning, development, and operations of SPEAC Vaccine Safety Project program with the Task Force for Global Health. - Collaborates with representatives from private, government, and international agencies. - Plans, executes, and monitors program budgets, including approval of expenditures; prepares annual financial and program reports to external parties with interests in the program. - May engage in fundraising initiatives on behalf of the program. - Ensures that the program is in compliance with federal and international laws and regulations. - Oversees program communications, including development of communications strategies, development of key program messages, production of print and electronic materials, and reputation management. - Represents the program in various national and international fora, and actively engages with representatives from other NGO's for purposes of conducting research and designing new initiatives. - May supervise program staff. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in field related to specific program as indicated and six years program related experience, or equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Master’s degree in a field related to the program - Experience in creating and managing project plans - Proficiency with Smartsheet and Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc.) - Excellent English writing and verbal communication skills; high attention to detail and quality - Experience with healthcare delivery in the developing world preferred. - Proficiency in a second language -  Strong interpersonal and intercultural skills - Previous experience working on international projects NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to Emory University on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs.  Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines of department of work.  Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
Affiliated Organizations
Job Number
105169
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Decatur
Department
Task Force for Global Health
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Task Force for Global Health
Job Category
Business Operations
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
The Client Service Rep II for the Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival (CARES) reports to the Director of Information Technology to provide support for programmatic electronic Patient Care Record (ePCR) activities.   JOB DESCRIPTION:  - As a key service member of the software support team, your primary role is to manage, support and represent CARES electronic Patient Care Record (ePCR) activities both internally and externally. - You will be a member of our software support team accountable for making sure that the ePCR data uploads, tasks and transition processes are being managed appropriately, while maintaining the technical integrity of data components and upload functionality. - This includes a significant role in quality control and project management, as well as maintaining relationships with internal teams, ePCR vendor partners, and emergency medical services (EMS) stakeholders. - Actively collaborates with clients to identify, document, and understand their requirements and needs, and based on that collaboration, participates in recommending and developing reliable, efficient, and cost-effective solutions. - Utilizes various types of communication strategies and methods to establish strong partnerships. - Contributes to the overall management and architecture of the client information technology environment. - Researches and develops department-specific practices in the application of technology and possesses a solid understanding of client-based software and its application. ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:  - Field initial EMS agency interest in CARES ePCR upload processes. - Serve as primary contact for ePCR-related activities and communication with external software development teams to provide real-time feedback. - Manage and support CARES ePCR upload tasks, technical approach, efficiencies, and progress. - Interpret XML and Schematron code, error messaging and results related to data transfer for reconciliation. - Communicate with CARES staff on emergent upload issues. - Oversee and track milestone progress for all ePCR developmental or transition projects. - Lead and maintain ePCR setup, submission checks, beta/go-lives & troubleshooting processes with various vendors. - Generate and distribute validation reports and lists to EMS agencies and vendors on a regular schedule. - Search and follow-up on missing data record entry via ePCR upload from current and previous checkpoint cycles. - Utilize knowledge of various operating environments to provide effective software leadership.  - Assist ePCR vendor and end users on CARES software functionality. Minimum Qualifications: - Bachelor's degree and three years of software application/XML experience or five years of software application/XML experience. - Experience in web service communications and/or schematron validation tools - Proficiency with Windows and/or Macintosh desktop operating system, PC and/or Macintosh hardware, peripherals, Microsoft Office products  NOTE: Tasks related to this position can be performed remotely with only occasional supported visits to an Emory University location.  Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee. 
Division
Exec.V.P. for Health Affairs
Job Number
105157
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
CARES Program
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Information Technology
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Under general supervision, performs a variety of defined research and laboratory tests and experiments according to prescribed protocols and assigned schedules. - Sets up experiments as prescribed by a principal investigator. - May be required to participate in laboratory maintenance activities such as sterilization and cleaning of equipment, ordering of supplies, inventory and media preparation. - Maintains records, files and logs of work performed in laboratory notebooks and computer databases. - Compiles data and records results of studies for publications, grants and seminar presentations. - Employees in this classification may be required to work with, take specific precautions against and/or be immunized against potentially hazardous agents. - Performs related responsibilities as required by principal investigator. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Bachelor's degree in a scientific field OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. PREFFERED QUALIFICATIONS: - Proficiency in RedCAP and Excel NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location.  Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
105151
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Peds: Hematology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Laboratory
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
The Task Force for Global Health is an Emory University affiliate located in Decatur, GA. Its eight programs focus on building robust public health systems that serve all people. Program areas include neglected tropical diseases, vaccines, and health systems strengthening. The Task Force for Global Health was recognized for its extraordinary contributions to alleviating human suffering with the 2016 Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize, the world's largest award of its kind. The Task Force is ranked among the largest nonprofits in the United States due to billions of dollars annually of in-kind contributions of medicines from major pharmaceutical companies.   JOB DESCRIPTION: - Provides technical and scientific expertise for Center for Vaccine Equity - NITAG program in the areas of communicable disease, chronic disease and environmental epidemiology. - Designs, conducts and reports on the epidemiological study of diseases, collects and analyzes data and develops health education materials. Manages and participates in investigations and surveys that have national and international impact. - Conducts program research and prepares operational and statistical reports. - May write publishable articles and papers. Serves as a liaison to and works with other groups and organizations participating in related programs. - May travel internationally to supervise field operations. Performs related responsibilities as required.   PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: The incumbent will work with leadership of CVE and experienced technical consultant experts in TFGH with the following responsibilities: - Manage and coordinate a portfolio of activities related to strengthening evidence based decision-making at national, regional and global levels, including direct support of country NITAGs. - Work closely with team members and partners within RVP and with Global Immunization Division (GID) and National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD), CDC to accomplish project activities. - Collaborate with WHO, ministries of health and other partners to strengthen evidence- based decision making for immunization programs by providing technical and training support to National Immunization Technical Advisory Groups (NITAGs) in lower and middle income countries. Key activities in year 1 are expected to include: - Completing dissemination of NITAG EtR toolkit (developed in 2021) and NITAG EtR eLearning toolkit (2022) through WHO, NITAG Resource Center and PIVI websites - Conducting a survey and development of work plan of activities to support WHO HQ, Regions and countries to strengthen NITAGs - Conducting training on EtR approach – remotely or in-person- for country NITAGs as requested, either as general training or focused on specific diseases, such as influenza and human papillomavirus (HPV) - Conduct training of trainers for NITAG EtR trainings in WHO regions or with partners as requested - Provide technical expertise to support countries or WHO regions in follow-up to EtR trainings, either remotely or in-person - Conduct assessments of NITAG maturity at country level using the NITAG Maturity Assessment Tool (NMAT), and assist countries to develop work plans to strengthen their NITAGs - Assist with revision of NITAG training tools (remote instructor-led/in- person and eLearning) and NMAT - Collect feedback for revisions of materials based on post-training and post-assessment evaluations of participants - Develop plans for evaluating the impact of NITAG trainings - Analyze quantitative and/or qualitative data from primary or secondary sources and communicate results effectively to scientific and policy audiences. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A doctoral degree in a field related to area of research or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. International travel required. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - PhD in epidemiology or related behavioral science, or MD or equivalent, and a minimum 2 of years of public health experience or a Master’s degree and a minimum 5 years of public health experience - Skills in project management - Experience working with a range of stakeholders including international, national and local partners - Experience conducting scientific or programmatic research and/or technical support to international public health programs - Experience with implementation, evaluation or policy aspects of vaccination programs is preferable but not required - Excellent written and verbal communication skills Application Procedure: - In order to be considered for this position, interested candidates should submit a resume of qualifications or a CV and SF-50. NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to Emory University on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs.  Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines of department of work.  Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
Affiliated Organizations
Job Number
105145
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Decatur
Department
Task Force for Global Health
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Task Force for Global Health
Job Category
Laboratory
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
    The Carter Center is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit, nongovernmental organization founded in 1982 in Atlanta, GA, by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, in partnership with Emory University. The Center has helped to improve millions of lives in more than 80 countries by waging peace, fighting disease, and building hope. The Carter Center is guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering. It seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health. The Carter Center collaborates with other organizations, public and private, in carrying out its mission around the world. Current information about the Center’s many programs and activities are available at The Carter Center.     SUMMARY:   The Senior Associate Director of Foundations, Corporations, and Government Relations is responsible for developing and implementing strategies for marketing new and existing programs of The Carter Center. Manages fundraising, agreement negotiation, and grants management for a portfolio of domestic and international projects focused on democracy and governance, human rights, conflict mitigation, and the rule of law, with a focus on government (foreign and U.S.), foundations, international/multilateral organizations, and corporate donors, as well as providing support in approaches to individuals. Reports to the Chief Development Officer (CDO), (Peace or Health) Programs. Working with the CDO, other development staff, program teams, and other staff across the Center, the Senior Associate Director develops and implements fundraising and stewardship strategies, including writing, editing, and ensuring the timely submission of compelling proposals and complex narrative and financial reports. Responsible for making and responding to donor inquiries, cultivating strategic partnerships, and stewarding donor relationships. Domestic and international travel is required. Due to the travel locations, Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) will be required.   FORMAL JOB DESCRIPTION:  - Collaborates with programs to develop new initiatives, ascertain funding needs, explore funding sources, and secure funding primarily from governments, foundations, international/multilateral organizations, corporations and individuals. - Assumes responsibility for achieving specific goals and objectives of selected programs and projects, including existing program commitments and strategic growth initiatives. - Maintains a thorough working knowledge of programs and, with the Chief Development Officer, devises appropriate fundraising strategies, tracks the success of these strategies, and prepares alternative approaches as necessary to meet fundraising goals. - Drafts donor correspondence and proposals in support of the Center's Programs Research & Strategy Development Works with Chief Development Officer to implement the Program Development Department's strategy. - Researches and identifies donor prospects and recommends realistic strategies for solicitations. - Gathers up-to-date information on selected donors and prospects in collaboration with the Center's research staff and Program Development interns. - Donor Liaison & Representation Manages the cultivation and stewardship processes for program donors, including the timely preparation of proposals, acknowledgment letters, narrative/financial progress reports, and other correspondence. - Maintains regular contact with Carter Center staff to ensure effective and timely communication of relevant information and submission of deliverables to donors. - Budget Management Works with the finance and program staff to develop and monitor budgets for project proposals. - Monitors narrative and financial reporting requirements in collaboration with program and finance staff and coordinates preparation of reports for timely submission to donors. - Stays abreast of donor requirements and requests and collects/organizes data to ensure accurate and complete narrative and financial reports. - Communications Writes and/or edits proposals, reports, acknowledgment letters, general correspondence, and collateral materials. - Works with the Center's Communications staff to draft articles and donor recognition materials or provide content for various print and online publications. - Meeting, Events & Conferences Participates in the planning process for Carter Center events. - Associated responsibilities include preparing invitations, requests, and briefing materials; coordinating meeting arrangements with event planning staff; and post-meeting follow-up and acknowledgments. - Also, will be expected to attend Carter Center events, such as regular Board of Councilors meetings, Conversations, the annual Peace Program Review, and the annual Executive Briefing. - Information Management Responsible for maintaining donor information and actions in Raiser's Edge database, a web-based Grants Library, and the award management module of the Center's financial system. - Supervision May supervise, orient, and train department interns. - Policies & Procedures Coordinates with Carter Center compliance staff to ensure awards are managed in compliance with donor requirements. - Ensures compliance will all organizational policies and procedures. - Coordinates efficient office procedures in support of program activities. - Professional Development Maintains professional growth and development of self by identifying educational/training programs, professional organizations, activities and, resources to maintain knowledge of national trends and to promote leading-edge expertise. - Travel Organizes and conducts donor cultivation and solicitation meetings/trips individually and with program staff (e.g., election assessment trips). - Organizes similar meetings/trips for the Chief Development Officers, Executive Leadership (Board members, CEO, Vice Presidents), and/or staff members of the Programs. - Prepares briefing materials for these meetings/trips. - Prepares trip reports and works to ensure comprehensive follow-up at the conclusion of donor meetings. - Performs related responsibilities as needed. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A bachelor's degree and four years of experience in international development, non-profit management, business development, or related experience in a non-profit or higher education institution, OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:   - Significant experience in fundraising and grants management for international programs is desired, as is international development program experience. - Experience working with U.S. and other government donors, multilateral agencies, private foundations, and donors headquartered in Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East is preferred. - Proficiency in a second language, particularly Spanish, French, or Arabic, would be beneficial. - Significant experience in grant writing and donor relations. - Requires the ability to draft and edit complex proposals and narrative reports. - Must have a solid understanding of program budget development and financial reporting, as well as experience collaborating with programs and finance teams. - Excellent written and oral communication skills are required. - Must possess strong organizational skills, be detail-oriented, and able to work collaboratively as well as independently with minimum supervision. - Must have the ability to develop consensus among diverse internal and external constituents. - Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel is required, as is the ability to learn Raiser's Edge.   Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States for any employer.   NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to The Carter Center on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs. Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines. The Carter Center reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
The Carter Center
Job Number
105144
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
The Carter Center
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Carter Center
Job Category
Business Operations
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
    The Carter Center is a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit, nongovernmental organization founded in 1982 in Atlanta, GA, by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, in partnership with Emory University. The Center has helped to improve millions of lives in more than 80 countries by waging peace, fighting disease, and building hope. The Carter Center is guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering. It seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health. The Carter Center collaborates with other organizations, public and private, in carrying out its mission around the world. Current information about the Center’s many programs and activities are available at The Carter Center.     SUMMARY:   The Senior Associate Director of Foundations, Corporations, and Government Relations is responsible for developing and implementing strategies for marketing new and existing programs of The Carter Center. Manages fundraising, agreement negotiation, and grants management for a portfolio of domestic and international projects focused on democracy and governance, human rights, conflict mitigation, and the rule of law, with a focus on government (foreign and U.S.), foundations, international/multilateral organizations, and corporate donors, as well as providing support in approaches to individuals. Reports to the Chief Development Officer (CDO), (Peace or Health) Programs. Working with the CDO, other development staff, program teams, and other staff across the Center, the Senior Associate Director develops and implements fundraising and stewardship strategies, including writing, editing, and ensuring the timely submission of compelling proposals and complex narrative and financial reports. Responsible for making and responding to donor inquiries, cultivating strategic partnerships, and stewarding donor relationships. Domestic and international travel is required. Due to the travel locations, Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) will be required.     FORMAL JOB DESCRIPTION:  - Collaborates with programs to develop new initiatives, ascertain funding needs, explore funding sources, and secure funding primarily from governments, foundations, international/multilateral organizations, corporations and individuals. - Assumes responsibility for achieving specific goals and objectives of selected programs and projects, including existing program commitments and strategic growth initiatives. - Maintains a thorough working knowledge of programs and, with the Chief Development Officer, devises appropriate fundraising strategies, tracks the success of these strategies, and prepares alternative approaches as necessary to meet fundraising goals. - Drafts donor correspondence and proposals in support of the Center's Programs Research & Strategy Development Works with Chief Development Officer to implement the Program Development Department's strategy. - Researches and identifies donor prospects and recommends realistic strategies for solicitations. - Gathers up-to-date information on selected donors and prospects in collaboration with the Center's research staff and Program Development interns. - Donor Liaison & Representation Manages the cultivation and stewardship processes for program donors, including the timely preparation of proposals, acknowledgment letters, narrative/financial progress reports, and other correspondence. - Maintains regular contact with Carter Center staff to ensure effective and timely communication of relevant information and submission of deliverables to donors. - Budget Management Works with the finance and program staff to develop and monitor budgets for project proposals. - Monitors narrative and financial reporting requirements in collaboration with program and finance staff and coordinates preparation of reports for timely submission to donors. - Stays abreast of donor requirements and requests and collects/organizes data to ensure accurate and complete narrative and financial reports. - Communications Writes and/or edits proposals, reports, acknowledgment letters, general correspondence, and collateral materials. - Works with the Center's Communications staff to draft articles and donor recognition materials or provide content for various print and online publications. - Meeting, Events & Conferences Participates in the planning process for Carter Center events. - Associated responsibilities include preparing invitations, requests, and briefing materials; coordinating meeting arrangements with event planning staff; and post-meeting follow-up and acknowledgments. - Also, will be expected to attend Carter Center events, such as regular Board of Councilors meetings, Conversations, the annual Peace Program Review, and the annual Executive Briefing. - Information Management Responsible for maintaining donor information and actions in Raiser's Edge database, a web-based Grants Library, and the award management module of the Center's financial system. - Supervision May supervise, orient, and train department interns. - Policies & Procedures Coordinates with Carter Center compliance staff to ensure awards are managed in compliance with donor requirements. - Ensures compliance will all organizational policies and procedures. Coordinates efficient office procedures in support of program activities. - Professional Development Maintains professional growth and development of self by identifying educational/training programs, professional organizations, activities and, resources to maintain knowledge of national trends and to promote leading-edge expertise.  - Travel Organizes and conducts donor cultivation and solicitation meetings/trips individually and with program staff (e.g., election assessment trips). - Organizes similar meetings/trips for the Chief Development Officers, Executive Leadership (Board members, CEO, Vice Presidents), and/or staff members of the Programs. - Prepares briefing materials for these meetings/trips. - Prepares trip reports and works to ensure comprehensive follow-up at the conclusion of donor meetings. - Performs related responsibilities as needed.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A bachelor's degree and four years of experience in international development, non-profit management, business development, or related experience in a non-profit or higher education institution, OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.   PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:   - Significant experience in fundraising and grants management for international programs is desired, as is international development program experience. - Experience working with U.S. and other government donors, multilateral agencies, private foundations, and donors headquartered in Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East is preferred. - Proficiency in a second language, particularly Spanish, French, or Arabic, would be beneficial. - Significant experience in grant writing and donor relations. - Requires the ability to draft and edit complex proposals and narrative reports. - Must have a solid understanding of program budget development and financial reporting, as well as experience collaborating with programs and finance teams. - Excellent written and oral communication skills are required. - Must possess strong organizational skills, be detail-oriented, and able to work collaboratively as well as independently with minimum supervision. - Must have the ability to develop consensus among diverse internal and external constituents. - Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel is required, as is the ability to learn Raiser's Edge.   Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States for any employer.   NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to The Carter Center on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs. Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines. The Carter Center reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.  
Division
The Carter Center
Job Number
105143
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
The Carter Center
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Carter Center
Job Category
Business Operations
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - With minimal supervision, provides administrative support for a Chair or Assistant Dean of an academic or basic research unit or for an Assistant Vice President or Assistant Vice Provost (and above). - Oversees office operations and ensures office activities comply with policies and procedures. - Prepares or assists in the preparation of budgets, grant applications, proposals, status reports and financial statements. - Develops and maintains spreadsheets. - Initiates, processes and maintains records and invoices. - Keeps manager informed of account status, authorizes expenditures and identifies cost effective alternatives. - Maintains calendar, prepares daily schedule and prioritizes meeting requests for manager(s). - Ensures manager is appropriately prepared for daily activities. - Coordinates, attends, prepares materials for and/or takes minutes at meetings and special events. - Prepares charts and graphs for reports and presentations. - Reviews incoming correspondence and identifies items of special interest to manager or others. - Screens items that can be routinely handled and prepares appropriate responses. - Based on a knowledge of the manager's views, composes, edits and types correspondence, reports and manuscripts under minimal guidance. - May take dictation or transcribe from a machine. - Maintains various databases and/or spreadsheets. - Sets up and organizes filing systems. - Answers, screens and routes incoming telephone calls. - May supervise or direct the work of other administrative clerical/secretarial employees. - Oversees ordering and maintenance of office supplies and forms. - May coordinate domestic or foreign travel arrangements. - Performs related responsibilities as required. ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS:  - Supports the school's preparations for the accreditation visit and review. - Helps coordinate meetings, compiles and distributes information, and serves as a point of contact for those working on the accreditation process. - Tracks and monitors key information and deadlines, produces reports, drafts correspondence, and helps ensure key tasks and processes are carried out by established deadlines. - Compiles resources for the site visitors to review. - Handles calendars and scheduling for multiple executives in the Dean’s Office. - Sets up and organizes meetings. - Schedules and coordinates various hosted events such as Student Government Association lunches, monthly meetings, and school wide events. - Handles domestic and international travel arrangements and any associated visa processing. - Handles a variety of other administrative tasks such as ordering supplies, copying, and computer assistance. - Helps with promotion and tenure process; organize, scan and upload documents for provost review; drafts and sends out letters. - Handles administrative aspects associated with processing adjunct faculty appointments; draft letters, scans, and sends to recipients. - Places catering orders for various meetings. - Handles all room requests for RSPH spaces in 25Live system.  - Serves as the main point of contact for RSPH room reservations for all of Emory (anyone looking for space here at Rollins.) - Oversees the planning of all major events at Rollins; meets with contacts, goes over catering, and submits room set ups and signage. - Relays all event information to Fulfillment Services and handles the invoicing/process payment for all room rentals. Manages numerous after-hours and weekend events. - Provides administrative support backup when co-workers are out of the office. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A high school diploma or equivalent, and six years of secretarial or administrative support experience, OR a bachelor's degree and one year of administrative support experience. - Proficient with word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software applications.   NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to Emory University on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs.  Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines of department of work.  Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
105141
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Academic Admin
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Clerical & Administrative
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
A team of researchers in the Departments of Epidemiology and Global Health at Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University has been conducting research aimed at improving prevention, care, and treatment of tuberculosis (TB) including drug-resistant TB, TB/HIV co-infection and latent TB infection, as well as examining the impact of TB on non-communicable diseases such as diabetes. The group collaborates with partners at other U.S. institutions as well as partners based at international sites in South Africa, Ethiopia, Brazil, India and country of Georgia.   We are seeking a self-motivated, highly-organized Project Coordinator with experience in research project management, who will be responsible for coordinating and monitoring the quality and project progress of a NIH-funded research project being conducted at an international research site. This is a 15-month position with opportunity for renewal. When international travel is possible, this position requires up to 30-35% travel to the international site(s) for monitoring project progress. This position reports to the Program Director.   JOB DESCRIPTION: - Manages a project. - Coordinates the strategic planning process and monitors progress toward achieving project goals. - Assists in developing, administering and monitoring project related budgets. - Coordinates logistical arrangements for related conferences, conventions or meetings. - May assist in identifying funding resources and in developing funding strategies and initiatives. - Develops and generates various operational and statistical reports. - Represents and promotes the project at various speaking engagements. - May write grants, reports, briefings, newsletters, promotional or other written material related to the project. - Performs related responsibilities as required.   ADDITIONAL JOB DETAILS: - Provide principal administrative and research support to the Principal Investigator and Program Director in the administration and implementation of multiple NIH funded projects and their completion - Be responsible for communication across research sites and collaborating agencies based in the U.S. and internationally, including daily emails, biweekly video/teleconferences and quarterly site visits - Prepare agendas for and lead weekly project U.S. team meetings, and biweekly conference calls with international team members, write and distribute minutes for all meetings - Serve as a point of contact and interact with the study personnel at the international study site(s) to ensure smooth integration of the study into the clinical and programmatic setting - Work with on-site project staff to ensure compliance to all aspects of the project protocols and national and international regulations - Develop and maintain standard operating procedures (SOPs) for activities at each site - Track screening, enrollment and follow-up visits of study participants - Prepare and present periodic progress reports, meeting agendas and minutes, and action items to document project progress and next steps in regular team meetings with the Study Investigators, Program Director and other Key Personnel - Develop and monitor implementation of project work plans - Review study database and develop data reports to track study progress - Work closely with the study data management teams for any database or paper case report form (CRF) revisions - Work with the site study staff to monitor accuracy and completeness of data collection and data entry to ensure quality data management - Conduct quarterly visits to the international study site(s) to represent the U.S. project team in meetings and discuss project progress, and conduct site monitoring including quality control (QC) of informed consent forms, study CRFs and source documents. When international travel is not possible, QC of CRFs and source documents will be conducted from the U.S. through review of scanned and emailed documents - Prepare and send daily notes to the Principal Investigator, Program Director and other Key Personnel during international site visits, detailing study activities and meetings with local collaborators - Collaborate closely with site investigator to provide targeted support and training of international study staff members to ensure accurate and timely completion of all project activities - Prepare and submit ethics applications, including amendments and annual renewals to the Emory Institutional Review Board (IRB); oversee ethics applications at all relevant site IRBs - Assist the Principal Investigator and Program Director in monitoring project-related budgets, including reviewing project ledgers and invoices, and tracking expenses - Complete additional research duties as assigned - Except for during site visits, work from assigned desk located in Rollins School of Public Health Epidemiology department. The Project Coordinator must be willing to work in the office at least 3-4 days per week. Flexible work arrangements can be considered for the other 2-3 days per week depending on project needs. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A bachelor's degree in a related field and three years of related project management experience, or an equivalent combination of experience, education and training. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: - Masters in Public Health or related field from an accredited school is preferred - Experience with international research projects is preferred - Ability to manage multiple priorities while working as part of a geographically dispersed team - Accuracy and attention to detail is required - Ability to work independently with minimal oversight and willingness to take ownership of project - Must have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills - Must be a strong communicator, including promptly responding to emails, clearly presenting study progress to collaborators and key personnel, and leading conference calls and team meetings - Ability to work effectively in teams - Knowledge of human subjects research study design and regulations, epidemiology and biostatistics - Must have the ability to complete tasks in a timely manner - Ability and desire to travel internationally multiple times per year to study sites during 2-3 week trips, to support the needs of the project - Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office suite applications   NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to Emory University on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs.  Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines of department of work.  Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Public Health
Job Number
105135
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SPH: Epidemiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Campus-Clifton Corridor
Job Category
Business Operations
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Provides leadership and oversight of significant clinical research project(s) with an emphasis on managing, evaluating and training research staff. - Recruits, orients, and typically manages a research and administrative staff of eight to fifteen employees. - Plans protocol, develops policies and establishes standards for the research unit. - Develops and writes proposals for grants to conduct research. - Manages research studies and related protocols. - Acts as a resource person for the medical staff and community outreach. - Develops and provides educational information and expertise in research protocol and research driven treatment modalities. - Collaborates with others to develop and oversee effective internal quality assurance and control procedures. - Plans and develops budgets for new protocols. - Regularly monitors expenses and receipts for active protocols. - Develops plans to ensure clinical research generates sufficient income to cover operating expenses. - Demonstrates a knowledge of and competency in all regulatory requirements (FDA, GCP, ICH and HIC.) - Submits applications and maintains Investigational New Drug (INDs) and Investigational Device Exemptions (IDEs) with the FDA. - Responsible for regulatory compliance at every level. - Develops and audits appropriate record-keeping procedures. - Develops and prepares operational and statistical reports for management and regulatory agencies. - Provides information for grant and contract applications and assists in the preparation of grants, contracts, and Requests for Proposal (RFPs). - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - Licensed as a Registered Nurse in the state of Georgia. - Six years clinical trials research experience which includes previous project management or leadership experience. - Two years of supervisory or managerial experience. - Certified Research Administrator (CRA) or Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) preferred. - Previous grant writing experience. - Knowledgeable and proficient in the use of various computer applications/systems. - May be required to work with, take specific precautions against and/or be immunized against potentially hazardous agents. NOTE: Position tasks are required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location; working remote is not an option. Emory reserves the right to change this status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
105133
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Medicine: Cardiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Hospital Midtown
Job Category
Nursing
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University
JOB DESCRIPTION: - Manages the financial, regulatory, patient management, and human resources functions associated with conducting clinical trials. - Typically supervises a staff of 2 - 5 employees. - Trains new clinical trials staff. - Tracks enrollment, sponsor payments, and salary. - Provides leadership in business development. - Assists residents in preparing research projects by facilitating IRB submissions and protocol writing. - Responsible for preparing NIH proposals and routing through the system. - Assists in creating and maintaining Standard Operating Procedures. - Performs related responsibilities as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: - A bachelor's degree in a related field and eight (8) years experience in clinical trials, two of which are in the clinical area. - A master's degree and four years of experience in clinical trials, one of which is in the clinical area will be considered equivalent. NOTE: Position tasks are generally required to be performed in-person at an Emory University location.  Remote work from home day options may be granted at department discretion. Emory reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee.
Division
School Of Medicine
Job Number
105131
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location
US-GA-Atlanta
Department
SOM: Medicine: Cardiology
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Name
Emory Hospital Midtown
Job Category
Research & Research Administration
Requisition Post Information* : External Company Name
Emory University

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