compensation: Competitive pay, paid training, tuition plan, and a generous benefit package employment type: employee's choice non-profit organization
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Help us in our mission to reduce the social, health and behavioral consequences of substance use and mental health disorders for the most vulnerable residents of our community.
CODA: Building health and recovery through compassionate, evidence-based care.
We are CODA. We are a not-for-profit, research focused behavioral health agency and the oldest opioid-addiction treatment facility in Oregon. Since 1969, we have helped adult clients and families in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties whose health and quality of life are compromised by alcohol, drugs and mental health challenges through compassionate, evidence-based care. We value our amazing employees and show it with excellent benefits, a supportive company culture and the opportunity to be part of a best-in-class research department.
We are currently looking for a Research Associate II to join our team in Portland! The Research Associate II is an integral member of the CODA research team engaged in supported research in the field of substance use treatment. The RA II takes a leadership role in assuring successful project implementation and completion. The RA II recommends and conducts analyses requiring an advanced level of technical expertise.
The Research Associate II fulfill the following essential functions and more:
Provide grant oversight by monitoring budgets and project timelines to ensure accuracy and completeness.
Recruit, screen, and evaluate suitability of potential study participants.
Provide on-site education to potential and existing provider partners and clinic staff for participant recruitment.
Participate in project design and develop project Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
Oversee project work of data entry, and support staff for accuracy and completeness; may assist in training RA I or support staff in the conduct of surveys and other job functions.
Provide statistical guidance, including power estimates and analyses, in grant and project design preparation.
An ideal candidate for this position possess the following competencies and skills:
Ability to apply methods, systems, and procedures of clinical research in a logical, systematic, and sequential approach.
Ability to provide accurate data management.
Ability to work with minimal supervision and to demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness.
Ability to work independently yet cohesively with the research department team, maintaining effective professional working relationships and clear lines of communication.
Ability to maintain professional communications and boundaries while managing complex situations and interacting with individuals diagnosed with substance use or co-occurring conditions.
Ability to perform advanced statistical analysis.
Ability to operate a computer including proficiency with MS Office programs and proficiency in advanced statistical packages such as SAS, SPSS, STATA, REDCap, etc. as well as electronic data capture systems.
Applicants must have excellent oral and written interpersonal skills and the ability to resolve myriad unanticipated study participant conflicts while maintaining professional boundaries.
Ability to work within technical and behavioral guidelines required by funding agency, e.g. HIPAA, conflict of interest, confidentiality, Good Clinical Practices, etc.
Demonstrated ability to communicate both orally and written for health research, in particular epidemiologic, applications. Completed thesis or publications will demonstrate competency.
Those with the following qualifications and experience are encouraged to apply:
Master of Science, Master of Public Health, Master of Science Public Health, (MA; MS; MS; MScPH; MSPH) or comparable degree with a completed thesis in epidemiology, biostatistics, health care research, social sciences (e.g., psychology, education, etc.) or a similar concentration from an accredited program.
A valid Oregon or Washington Driver’s License.
CPR certification within 90 days of hire.
Crisis prevention certification (such as CPI) within 90 days of hire.
Completion of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations training within 2 weeks of employment.
We employ a sophisticated Electronic Health Records System (EMR), modern HR software, along with Telemedicine, video conferencing, and video phone links between all of CODA's multiple sites.
CODA ACADEMY OFFERS EMPLOYEES:
access to training fund to cover both training and credentialing needs
paid time for certain professional development activities
certification and recertification financial assistance via training funds
internal career-advancement opportunities
unlimited free access to a library of 600 accredited, interactive modules specific to social and clinical services via partnership with Relias program, including over 400 CEUs
access to credential and licensing tracking tool
Join us and be part of a best-in-class research environment within a supportive, diverse and inclusive company culture.
CODA, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
All CODA facilities are drug-free and smoke-free worksites.
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