Senior Program Coordinator
Rutgers University
 New Brunswick, NJ

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking a Senior Program Coordinator for the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research, Center for Health Services Research. This position is located at the Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research, Center for Health Services Research, a fast-paced and complex health services research environment. Under the direction of senior research personnel,

the Senior Program Coordinator supports a research portfolio of mixed-methods and interdisciplinary research that examines health service systems and policies affecting people with substance use disorders, opioid use disorder, child and adolescent mental/behavioral health conditions, as well as other vulnerable populations.

Among the key duties of this position are the following:

  • Assists in qualitative data collection and management, conducting literature reviews, recruiting for study enrollment, facilitating interviews, supporting IRB submissions and grant applications, and coordinating stakeholder advisory panels.
  • Supports program operations including identifying potential funding mechanisms, logistical management of funded research, organizing internal Center and study specific meetings, and scheduling guest speakers and interviews.
  • Responsible for maintaining the calendar and other scheduling needs as required for the Center Director.
  • Supports the line of Public/Academic research under the direction of senior research personnel.
  • Facilitates and supports multiple federally funded collaborative projects with a broad range of research partners.
  • Facilitates tracking and management of activities related to Public/Academic research collaborations, supports and expands policy partnerships, provides evidence briefings to policy leaders and other collaborators.
  • Supports the conduct of mixed methods research where applicable, and strengthens reporting of results to multiple constituencies and dissemination of evidence to a broad array of public/academic partners including patients and families.