Public Health Associate
Internal Title: Research Operations Associate
External Title: Public Health Associate
Supports the administration and operations of clinical, education, and research based sponsored programs. The Research Operations Associate will serve as a Project Manager in an administrative and coordination capacity, assisting all key personnel and the Principal Investigators with the tasks involved in planning, evaluating, training, grant reporting, and disseminating results. Sponsored programs include service-based programs that provide services to historically underserved populations and training programs.
• Manages the activities of the sponsored programs to ensure that program goals and objectives at the program and project level are accomplished within the specified timeframe.
• Drafts and submits research protocols to the Internal Review Board both internal as well as to collaborating institutions.
• Participates in planning and development methods for project implementation, administration, and close-out.
• May assist in pre-award activities such as grant preparation tasks and written materials.
• Assists manager with tasks as assigned in alignment with the research mission of the department.
• Carries out tasks using effective organizational and communication skills both orally and in writing.
• Creates marketing materials for program recruitment purposes.
• Participates in the procurement process as related to the assigned projects.
• Plans out agendas for grant meetings and captures action items for implementation.
• Works with project leadership, faculty and staff, to achieve the project goals and objectives.
• Serves as the liaison between community and partner organizations. Including dissemination of training protocols to program staff.
• Creates databases, maintains and enters the data for related project participant questionnaires through Google docs, Eventbrite, and Redcap.
• Prepares reports from databases as needed for management use (CPRIT and SAMHSA).
• Tracks and reports to research team project/program goals and objectives and timeline.
- Bachelor's degree in a related field.
- Two years of relevant experience.
- Master's degree in Health Education, Public Health or Healthcare Management/Administration or related field may be considered in lieu of required experience.
- Relevant experience in project coordination/management, health
education, public health, and/or healthcare.
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.