Under the direction of the department leadership, participates as a member of the Child Abuse Research Team and is responsible for supporting the clinical studies program. Coordinates data and compiles reports related to child maltreatment. Performs a variety of department administrative and clerical functions in support of the Child Abuse Program. Assists department leadership in completing grant submissions and reports. Provides assistance for grant award management, from pre-award stage through audits. Works independently to prepare portions of grant budgets and research literature for academic references in grant. Liaison with Finance to reconcile grant schedules. Attend conferences or webinars on grant-writing, management, and reporting.
Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or closely related field preferred. Demonstrated experience with statistical software (e.g., SPSS, SAS) required. Previous experience in the child maltreatment programs and research preferred. Previous work experience utilizing MS Office Suite. Demonstrated ability to analyze and problem solve independently. Completion of IRB (Institutional Review Board) certification in human subjects protection required. Knowledge of procedures governing grants from identification of grant through audits. Demonstrated knowledge of state and federal grant management systems, and supporting documentation.