The Department of Psychiatry has a full-time position for a Research Coordinator II. The Coordinator is responsible for the administration of research connected with the Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence, including data analysis, reports and scholarly writing, monitoring grant budgets and expenditures, complying with all university and agency regulations including IRB and HIPPA , and presentation of results to various audiences at the local, state and national levels.
Principal Functional Responsibilities
• Coordinates and manages the Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence to meet the requirements of the granting agency and interested stakeholders
• Completes funding applications and required progress reports.
• Represents the CCoE at local, regional, and national meetings
• Coordinates and completes evaluation activities designed to assess the effectiveness of CCoE supported programs.
• Plans and conducts trainings for communities including law enforcement and mental health systems.
• Provides consultation and technical assistance to local communities including County Boards of Mental Health and Addiction Services and criminal justice agencies to promote jail diversion of persons with serious mental illness. Participates in planning and coordinating meetings and conferences
• Coordinates research and evaluation projects for CCoE activities
• Performs duties related to the educational and general mission of the College and department as requested
• Other duties as assigned
Education: Master’s Degree in a mental health or related field (e.g. psychology, social work, counseling)
Experience: At least four years of experience in research, statistics and grants with extensive experience in presentation of results
Key Skills and Personal Characteristics
•High Professional standards and integrity
• Commitment to excellence
• Experience with mental health consumers
• Experience with sophisticated computer programs in a number of different platforms
• Strong organizational skills
• Excellent skills in research design, methods and statistics
• Ability to understand and work with individuals/groups with diverse educational philosophies
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Willing to travel as required
NEOMED - 12 months ago