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The Department of Epidemiology and Population Health within Stanford School of Medicine is seeking one bilingual (English and Spanish) Social Science Research Professional 1 to serve as a Bilingual Research Coordinator who will contribute to several research projects focused on the impact of food as medicine programming on food insecurity alleviation and chronic disease prevention or management... Duties may include: meeting planning and support, coordinating research activities with internal and external partners for recruitment, recruiting and enrolling Spanish-speaking study participants, data collection through survey administration or interviews, while exercising independent initiative and judgment. The role requires a high degree of organization, continuous exercise of independent initiative and judgment, strong ethic of collaboration, and exceptional, interpersonal skills.

This is an ideal position for an individual with a BA in a relevant field such as public health, health care management, health services research, sociology, or anthropology, interested in advancing toward higher level training, who has a passion for improving health equity in the United States. Given the work focuses Latinx patients, the candidate must be fluent in Spanish and English.

Applicants must submit the following in order for application to be reviewed: Cover letter, current resume (no more than two pages); and a short writing sample.

This position requires regular local travel throughout the East Bay, particularly Contra Costa County.

The interview process includes a short assessment of fluency in Spanish.

Duties include:

• Contribute to the development and administration of survey instruments (in English and Spanish) or qualitative data collection protocols for focus groups and one-on-one interviews (in English and Spanish).

• Conduct participant recruitment including: screening calls, eligibility data collection appointments, consenting into studies.

• Meeting planning and support (scheduling, agenda develop, notetaking, and other tasks as necessary)

• Keep track of project plans and budgetary expenditures to help ensure that projects are completed on-time and within budget.

• Schedule research team meetings and update project plans and associated tasks according to meeting discussions and outcomes.

• Draft IRB applications and modifications and submit for approvals for research projects under supervision.

• Draft regulatory and project reports.

• Review and audit case reports to ensure accurate data collection, entry, and compliance with research protocols.

• Assist with building research instruments using standard survey tools such as Redcap, Qualtrics, etc.

• Work with PI and other research staff in the synthesis and interpretation of quantitative and/or qualitative data using appropriate data analysis methods and programs.

• Conduct literature reviews on assigned research topics and summarize results.

• Contribute to data analysis (e.g. preliminary analysis of quantitative and/or qualitative data).

• Update research materials (e.g. recruitment materials, updated surveys) and submit to IRB to maintain IRB approval status of projects.

• Assist with the design of flyers, outreach materials, and educational tools as needed for research activities and dissemination activities.

• Coordinate and contribute to collaborative research activities with community partners, collaborators, and/or students.

• May supervise students who are engaged in related research studies.
• - Other duties may also be assigned

The job duties listed are typical examples of work performed by positions in this job classification and are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary depending on department or program needs without changing the general nature and scope of the job or level of responsibility. Employees may also perform other duties as assigned
San Francisco CA USA


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