Job Summary
We are seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented Project Manager with experience managing a research team to collaborate with senior faculty on specialized clinical research focused on understanding barriers to care and improving substance use disorder treatment. The ideal candidate will work closely with PIs, Dr. Lewei (Allison) Lin MD and Dr. Lara Coughlin PhD, on the research, administrative, financial, personnel, and planning aspects of multi-year research projects funded by the NIH. This position is within the Psychiatry Department at University of Michigan Medical School.
This position is a great opportunity to work at the intersection of research and practice and contribute to cutting-edge research to improve care for vulnerable populations with substance use disorders. This position provides the opportunity to work with a thriving and positive team, with opportunities for career mentoring and growth. Additional tasks may also include program development, community engagement and other opportunities.

Specific duties for this position will involve managing a team to complete the proposed project as well as collaborating with the study investigators. Activities include, but are not limited to:
Overseeing completion of large clinical research studies
Quality assurance procedures related to maintaining study progress and results (e.g., enrollment rates, attrition, engagement in interventions)
Identifying and implementing solutions to enhance completion of study milestones (e.g., enrollment goals, follow-up)
Adapt and enact research procedures, including supervision of data collection and verification
Assist in monitoring the budget for the study and projecting expenditures.
Prepare IRB submissions, annual reports, and conference or scientific paper submissions
Develop materials and train staff

Masters or PhD in related fields (psychology, public health, social work, etc) is desired
Experience working with vulnerable populations with substance use and other mental health conditions
Experience managing multidisciplinary teams
Reliable transportation and ability to travel to office in Ann Arbor, MI
The job will require flexibility in order to meet project deadlines and goals; therefore, a strong ability to problem-solve is highly desired.

If interested, please apply at https://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/224463/clinical-research-coord-inter