Research Project Coordinator - 15938BR
Research Project Coordinator
The Research Project Coordinator will oversee development efforts including training and cross-site coordination. Reliable transportation and the ability to be flexible in scheduling around school schedules are required. This position requires strong organizational, communication, and management skills as evidenced in work experience. The position is at JGCP, located in downtown Kansas City, Kansas in the Children’s Campus of Kansas City building: 444 Minnesota Ave, Suite 300, Kansas City, KS 66101. Travel to schools within the metro area is required. Reimbursement for local travel in addition to salary. Please note that all offers of employment are contingent upon the satisfactory completion of the background check. Continuation is contingent on satisfactory evaluation and available funding.
20% - Coordinate efforts with an independent evaluation team to conduct assessments including direct observation of classrooms and survey administration.
20% - Meet with school district partners to coordinate, support, and monitor activities based on approved plan and timeline.
10% - Contribute to the development of professional development resources and materials, including presentations, handouts, and video tutorials.
10% - Provide ongoing support and resources to district personnel for implementing the intervention.
5% - Create and share data reports with partners, to evaluate development efforts.
5% - Lead project meetings with advisors along with school and university partners and monitor follow-up items.
5% - In collaboration with principal investigators, produce reports and presentations to communicate findings and progress to funding agencies.
2. One year experience working with elementary teachers or elementary age students in public schools as evidenced in application materials.
3. One year experience collaborating using video-conferencing tools such as Zoom, Skype, Goto Meeting etc as evidenced in application materials.
4. Fluent in the use of office productivity applications and cloud-based applications such as OneDrive, Box, Sharepoint, Google Docs as evidenced in application materials.
- Reliable transportation and the ability to be flexible in scheduling around school schedules are required.
- Travel to schools within the area is required.
2. Elementary or Secondary teaching certificate.
3. Experience conducting interventions or research with elementary school students at risk for school failure.
4. One year experience coaching teachers addressing teaching or behavior management skills.
5. Strong written and oral communication skills as evidenced in work history.
6. Strong organizational skills and the ability to work independently across multiple projects, with limited supervision as evidenced in work history.
Additional Candidate Instructions
Review of applications will begin November 15, 2019 and will continue until a qualified applicant pool has been identified.
Please note that all offers of employment are contingent upon the satisfactory completion of the background check.