List of Active Opportunities

Use the information on this page to find opportunities to contribute research coordinator skills on a temporary or part-time basis. These are opportunities that are not posted in the UR Human Resources Management System (HRMS).

This page serves as a bulletin board, providing:

  • a place where hiring managers can advertise that a research coordinator is needed to contribute to a project; and
  • a place where coordinators can easily browse for opportunities to contribute beyond a current job.




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Title: Registered Nurse-Level II (20407) - Clin Res
Description: FT position, primarily days as well as E/N, 8 and 12 hour shifts, weekends and holidays per unit policy. Clinical Research Center serves both in/outpatients. Two years minimum as an RN in Med/Surg or Pediatric acute care required. IV and phlebotomy skills preferred. Demonstrates flexibility, commitment to teamwork, excellent communication and organizational skills. Position requires attention to detail. Current staff looking for an internal transfer should send their resume to Nursing Recruitment, Box 619-19. End date:
Key Skills: phlebotomy; IV, (see above)
Start Date: 2017-10-30
End Date: 2020-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-10-30 13:19:32
Contact Name: Nursing Recruitment
Contact Email: nursingrecruitment@urmc.rochester.edu


Title: Human Subject Research Coordinator II
Description: The Human Subject Research Coordinator/Project Director will provide overall study coordination of two nationally funded three year studies: WORTH Transitions Program funded by Substance abuse and mental health services administration (SAMHSA) and WISH Increasing Healthcare Access an R34 funded by National institute on drug abuse (NIDA). These studies will be in collaboration with study investigators at URMC, other academic medical institutions, and other study staff. These trials are aimed at examining behavioral interventions to promote physical and mental health in women recently released from incarceration, with coordinated and parallel recruitment and measurement protocols. This position is a full-time position, with specific responsibilities (described below) divided between the two related studies. The Coordinator will be responsible for implementation and oversight of the study protocols, including training and supervision of study staff in administering interviews, data collec
Key Skills: phlebotomy, recruitment, retention, data management, project management, supervision
Start Date: 2018-02-19
End Date: 2020-02-19
Date Posted: 2018-02-19 12:18:02
Contact Name: Diane Morse
Contact Email: diane_morse@urmc.rochester.edu


Title: Information Analyst I
Description: The Information Analyst will assist in the conduct and coordination of a clinical trial, Women’s Initiative Supporting Health. The purpose of WISH is to work with community partners to help women with justice involvement link to needed health services and to do a research study on the intervention. Bachelor's degree with major course work in social or technical field and some graduate level course work in that field (or library science or information science), and 1-2 years’ experience in the analysis and dissemination of information; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of programming and statistical programming packages would be helpful, as would be phlebotomy experience. Experience working with individuals from low-income, justice, and/or minority backgrounds, and familiarity in a mental health field are especially valuable. Formerly incarcerated, people of color, and women are encouraged to apply.
Key Skills: Proficiency with Windows, Excel & Microsoft Word required & familiarity with SPSS preferred.
Start Date: 2018-08-06
End Date: 0000-00-00
Date Posted: 2018-07-03 11:10:57
Contact Name: Diane Morse
Contact Email: Diane_Morse@urmc.rochester.edu


Title: Human Subject Res Coord I: The HOPE Project
Description: This is a half-time research coordinator position in the Department of Psychiatry. The coordinator will be responsible for administering a behavioral intervention with older adults in which the coordinator will provide email coaching for a writing program called life review. Job ID in HRMS: 209471. Dr. Van Orden's lab website: https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/labs/van-orden.aspx
Key Skills: Applicant must hold a Bachelor's degree and have at least one-year experience working in a clinical and/or research setting
Start Date: 2018-08-20
End Date: 2021-10-31
Date Posted: 2018-07-21 10:37:20
Contact Name: Kim Van Orden, PhD
Contact Email: kimberly_vanorden@urmc.rochester.edu