Program Coordinator
The Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is seeking a Program Coordinator to be a part of a research team focused on multimedia technologies, behavioral interventions, and health disparities. The incumbent will work within a team-oriented environment to promote, support, and conduct digital health research that leverages psychology, implementation science, community engagement, and human-centered design to address pain and mental health needs of underserved populations. The Program Coordinator will be primarily responsible for overseeing the conduct of large-scale digital behavioral intervention trials. Secondary responsibilities include assisting with preparing, editing, and submitting manuscripts and grant applications. In addition, the incumbent will maintain communications, including targeted outreach via e-mails, newsletters, and annual reports as well as maintenance of social media accounts and websites. Finally, the
Program Coordinator will support the principal investigator with various administrative tasks as needed. The Program Coordinator must have strong written and oral communication skills, with experience in scientific writing. High-level organizational skills and research project coordination experience are also required, with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Ideal candidate will have experience managing multisite clinical research studies or extensive training in a research related field. The strongest candidates will also possess excellent IT skills, exceptional creativity and innovative thinking, and a background in graphic design, multimedia development, and/or communications. A commitment to working with and serving underrepresented minority groups is preferred.

Master's degree preferred. Strong interpersonal and oral communication skills, research experience, and attention to detail are required. The ability to work independently and as a team is required. Willingness to learn and use new technology on a daily basis is necessary. Intermediate or advance computer skills are preferred; particularly experience with Powerpoint, Keynote, Canva, or other image and presentation software, as well as experience with Adobe suite products such as Photoshop or Illustrator. Significant relevant experience may be substituted for degree requirements.

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Additional Information
Position Type: Employee
Ref Code: 21001491

Contact Information
Ivy huynh
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The University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh, 15260