Research Study Assistant


Boston, MA

What you'll be doing

Administrative support to the investigators and staff of the study. Pre-award grant administration. Prepare and coordinate grant applications. Prepare and coordinate application budget for BCH and subcontract sites (domestic and foreign). Prepare award progress reports (NIH RPPR, replacing eSNAP in mid-2013). Manage ongoing award budgets. Coordinate and prepare protocol continuing reviews (BCH and BWH). Prepare annual human subjects renewal materials (CITI training, protocol amendments). Assist with drafting of manuscripts, abstracts, and grants. Proof read and edit draft manuscripts, abstracts, and grants. Assist with travel plans for the investigators attending annual scientific meetings, including coordinating reimbursement documentation. Assist in the organization of professional meeting groups, including eating disorders work group for students, post docs, faculty, and staff in Boston-area research institutions.

What your background should be

Work requires the analytical skills to gather and interpret data in which the information or problems are moderately complex to complex. Work requires well-developed communication skills in order to provide critical information to principal investigators, other researchers, and patients, effectively deal with conflicting views or issues, and the ability to mediate fair solutions. Work also requires advanced writing skills and working knowledge of Microsoft word, excel, power point, and endnote.

Required Schooling / Training

Bachelor degree

Who is the client company

Concern about non-profit hospital & healthcare services.
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