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The Administrative Coordinator (AC) will be responsible for coordinating the efforts of seven TB cohort studies that comprise the RePORT India Consortium https://www.reportinternational.org/locations/india to ensure that the goals of the Common Protocol are achieved. The Common Protocol is designed to develop a well-characterized cohort of data and biological samples from persons with TB and their household contacts to study factors associated with TB treatment outcomes and risk factors for developing TB disease. Under the guidance of the RePORT India Executive Committee Chair, The AC will work with seven Indian medical research institutions and five US-based academic research teams along with US and Indian funding organizations to facilitate the consortium’s activities and to assure that deliverables are achieved. This person will support the development and implementation of effective communication mechanisms between study investigators, the Executive Committee, funders, and support staff. This person will assist in managing the grants under the RePORT India Consortium, including generating and distributing progress reports for the studies, tracking financials, and serving as the main contact for updates on the RePORT India consortium as a whole. The AC will report directly to the Indian Executive Committee Chair and will be based full-time at the National Institute of Research in Tuberculosis (NIRT) Chennai, India.
The AC will:
How to Apply:
Submit a cover letter, CV/resume, and three professional references to Christopher Maxwell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “RePORT India Administrative Coordinator” and your surname in the email subject line. Applications will be accepted through January 05, 2018.
Please contact Christopher Maxwell at email@example.com with questions.