The SWG-C Coordinator will work with a multi-disciplinary team overseeing the activities under a recently awarded NIH contract providing Coordination, Communication and Operations Support (CCOS) to the Clinical Translational Science Award (CTSA) program for the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS). The SWG-C will provide coordination and administrative support to the CTSA scientific working groups and committees. The SWG-C Coordinator will support the following tasks:
- Provide logistical and administrative support for meetings including scheduling, developing meeting materials, disseminating information, taking minutes, and working with committee leads to track action items and ongoing committee issues/tasks.
- Maintain electronic membership and email lists for working groups and committees.
- Maintain and update online informational resources by updating content through a content management system (CMS). Information may include meeting calendars, project/study descriptions, and project status updates.
- Respond to inquiries from investigators, group members, and client staff.
- Support program tracking including status of publications, committee/working group action items and issue tracking.
- Work with the CCOS Project Manager and Lead Coordinator to find efficient ways to manage meetings including
- Identify new system features to improve user experience, provide support to test new features and collaborate with IT resources to report and resolve website and user issues.
Required Qualifications Experience and Skills
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, in a scientific field of study
- At least 1 year of relevant professional experience
- Exceptional organizational skills and experience managing and coordinating projects/tasks
- Experience working in a team setting and collaborating with others to effectively carry out tasks
- Excellent customer service and communication skills
- Experience working for a data coordinating center for a large research consortium
- Experience supporting scientific committees or working groups
- Experience working at or with NIH or HHS
- Experience taking meeting minutes/notes for highly technical/scientific meetings
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