Baltimore Job Opportunity with Injection Drug Use Study 2/1/02

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The REACH study in Baltimore is hiring a Project Director. The new position will be responsible for:

  • Coordinating and managing all daily activities of this community-based research study on HIV/AIDS, as well as interviewing, hiring, training and supervising staff;
  • Supervising all aspects of data collection activities and insuring quality of data;
  • Overseeing logistics of stationary and mobile recruitment, enrollment, specimen collection and processing;
  • Tracking of participants;
  • Organizing related sub-studies including planning and implementation;
  • Developing progress reports, assisting with grant writing and budget preparation;
  • Chairing community advisory board meetings;
  • Maintaining fiscal integrity of the project by working with budget analysts; and
  • Other duties as assigned by the Principal Investigator.
BA/BS degree required, Master's preferred. Strong management skills, as well as knowledge of HIV infection, AIDS, Hepatitis C, and harm reduction, knowledge of drug using terminology associated with HIV infection, AIDS and Hepatitis C, and experience working with high risk, drug using communities and/or HIV positive people required. Two years management experience including supervision required.

If interested, please contact Marie Bailey-Kloch, MSW, Sr. Project Director, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology, mbaileyk@jhsph.edu.

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