Michigan State University (Flint, MI)
The Michigan State University Division of Public Health is seeking a project administrator for their CDC-funded grant to establish a Flint Lead Exposure Registry. The Assessment Project Administrator will oversee documentation of the registry recruitment, enrollment, and follow-up plan; draft study protocols and training materials for staff; develop data quality metrics; prepare enrollment metrics and reports; assist with hiring survey staff; lead staff meetings; and attend meetings, manage agendas, and prepare minutes for the assessments workgroup. In Year 1, a large focus will be managing the team who selects baseline and follow-up assessments for all potential FLExR participants (children and adults), developing protocols and training materials for those assessments, and the organization of bi-weekly Assessment Workgroup Meetings. The Assessment Project Administrator will work closely with Dr. Nicole Jones, Registry Director, and Dr. Kaja LeWinn, assessment Workgroup Lead, and provide support as needed for assessment workgroup members. This is an off-date position funded for one year from date of hire with possible extension contingent upon funding renewal.