Special Projects Coordinator
Special Projects Coordinator-1700887
Required Qualifications: (As Evidenced by an Attached Resume)
Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences, Public Health or a related field. One year of full time experience in an administrative role. Proficiency with Microsoft Excel (organizing and managing spreadsheets). Experience collecting and/or preserving oral histories to include: developing interview questions, setting up interviews and interviewing subjects using a non-structured interview format. Experience writing summaries and keeping detailed records of processes.
Three (3) years of full time experience in an administrative role. Familiarity with the WTC Health Program and Stony Brook policies and procedures, including HIPAA and IRB. Experience in dealing with sensitive data. Supervisory experience. Experience in community outreach/education. Excellent customer service skills.
Brief Description of Duties:
The successful candidate must possess excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. She/he must be highly organized, detail oriented and goal-directed and be able to adapt and learn new technology. Must be able to lead a team and Supervise the project assistant(s), student interns and volunteers. S/he will work closely with the Director to manage the Remembering 9/11 project. The Special Projects Coordinator will manage the Stony Brook WTC Remembering 9/11 project: coordinating all aspects from recruiting participants, educating and outreaching in the community; developing relationships with organizations; organizing the interview schedule; ensuring adherence to oral history standards; and further development of the archive. S/he will be responsible for developing and improving preservation strategies and programs to make the archive more accessible to the general public, educators, and researchers. S/he will perform the following duties:
Lead collection initiatives:
Improve, develop and implement technology strategies and preservation programs to make the Remembering 9/11 archive more accessible to future generations.
Develop relationships with organizations in the 9/11 community, present at meetings and public events, and develop education materials and other professional communications.
Represent the Stony Brook WTC Wellness Program in the community.
Work with staff at the WTC Health Program, SUNY Stony Brook, the Library of Congress, the 9/11 Memorial Museum and others to further Project development.
Supervise the project assistant(s), student interns and volunteers and oversee independent contractors working on the Project.
Ensure Project Protocols are maintained throughout the collection and archiving processes.
Ensure high-quality in collection, organization and archival processes by implementing quality control procedures.
Participate in all aspects of the collection and archiving process: recruiting, scheduling, consenting, interviewing, videography, note-taking, summary composition, data-entry, archiving, and producing of materials.
Train team members on oral history techniques, including videography, note-taking, interviewing, consenting and data archiving.
Coordinate the ordering, installation, and maintenance of electronic equipment for the oral history project.
Prepare and submit necessary IRB documents and amendments and ensure implementation of IRB approved procedures.
Contribute to the grant writing process.
Provide progress reports to the Director of the WTCHP.
Other projects and assistance as assigned by the Director of the WTC Health Program.
Other duties as needed.
Special Notes: This is a full time position, 37.5 hours per week, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, some weekends and evening hours required. Travel will be required between the Commack and Mineola clinics and event locations in Suffolk County, Nassau County, the 5 boroughs of NYC and other locations as required. FLSA Nonexempt position, eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA.
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Official Job Title: Administrative Staff Assistant I
Job Field: Administrative & Professional (non-Clinical)
Primary Location: US-NY-Commack
Department/Hiring Area: Medicine - WTC Health Program-The Research Foundation for The State University of New York at Stony Brook
Schedule: Full-time Day Shift 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Medicine - WTC Health Program-The Research Foundation for The State University of New York at Stony Brook
Posting Start Date: May 12, 2017
Posting End Date: May 26, 2017, 10:59:00 PM
Salary: $48-54K CWE
Salary Grade: E1