Project Title: CEASD Data Project
Funding Agency: This position is contingent on grant and agency funding.
We are seeking a Project Coordinator to join our CEASD Data Project team, which is funded by grant and agency funding and is led by Jeff Bravin, CEASD Data Steering Committee Chair. Other members of the CEASD Data Steering Committee include Carrie Lou Bloom, Naomi Caselli, Hannah Dostal, Thomastine Sarchet, Michelle Tanner, and Wyatte Hall.
The Project Coordinator will work approximately 10 – 20 hours a month, primarily with the responsibility of launching and coordinating this project. As the project grows and evolves, the time commitment may increase.
About the Project
The CEASD Data Project aims to build data collection and analysis infrastructure. The ultimate goal is to routinely collect demographic and academic data from Deaf Schools and mainstreamed programs across the country. This project has the potential to impact our understanding of language and academic development of Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind individuals, leading to new intervention approaches and policy development.
About the Role
The Project Coordinator will play a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth execution of the CEASD Data Project. Responsibilities will include:
- Planning and coordinating project activities: Responsible for developing and maintaining comprehensive project plans based on the drafted plans created by the committee, ensuring that all milestones are met.
- Communication and collaboration: Serve as a central point of contact for all project stakeholders, fostering open communication and collaboration among researchers, participants, and external partners.
- Data management: Oversee the collection, organization, and analysis of research data, ensuring data integrity and adherence to data management protocols. This may include cleaning data, auditing imported data for accuracy, and generating data reports as requested.
- Compliance and reporting: Ensure compliance with all relevant research regulations and guidelines, preparing progress reports and maintaining accurate project documentation.
Qualifications and Skills
- A degree or certificate in a research field/discipline, such as research methods, statistics, or education.
- A minimum of 2 years of experience in project coordination, preferably in a research setting.
- Effective organizational and time management skills, with a proven ability to manage complex projects.
- Detail-oriented individual with strong time management skills and ability to work independently.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills, enabling you to build relationships and collaborate effectively with diverse stakeholders.
- Advanced Fluency in ASL is preferred
- Please submit your CV and cover letter to Tawny Holmes Hlibok, Executive Director of CEASD ([email protected])
Deadline: December 15, 2023