Nationwide Children's Hospital

Research Project Coordinator - RI CHEOR Bridge

Posted Date 2 months ago(8/25/2021 8:51 AM)
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Research Project Coordinator - RI CHEOR Bridge


Under the direction of the Director the Center for Suicide Prevention and Research, coordinates clinical research studies including IRB application and study oversight. 


Schedule: (Full time, Benefits Eligible)



Behavioral Health Pavilion
444 Butterfly Gardens Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43215

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  • Assist in developing, planning, coordinating, and teaching study-specific training sessions for research staff.
  • Assist in scheduling and coordinating study visits and/or phone calls.
  • Assist with recruitment and retention of study participants.
  • Preparation and maintenance of all research materials for study.
  • Administration of semi-structured interview measures.
  • Implementation of study risk assessment protocol involving crisis team and/or child protective services contact.
  • Completion of all paperwork associated with interviews/phone calls.
  • Assure compliance with IRB and study training of staff.
  • Clear communication with collaborating site





  • Graduate Degree preferred; Undergraduate Degree in clinical research coordination considered

Preferred Experience:

  • Initiation and innovation required with ability to research questions and problems, then document and support conclusions.
  • Able to interact with individuals and family members with current mental health concerns, including suicidal ideation and behavior.
  • Able to work independently and make decisions without direct supervision.
  • Exceptional interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills required to interact effectively with all internal research staff and external contacts.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Software skills to prepare presentations, announcements, etc.
  • 2-4 years work experience in a professional position.



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