Monitor part-time Engagement Assistants and provided guidance and feedback related to their day-to-day job duties and responsibilities.
Recruitment of potential participants for our research programs via day-to-day outreach in clinic, events, phone calls, and more.Â
Helping participants fill out surveys, navigate tablets, and more.
Set up and breakdown of all stations during engagement and enrollment events. This includes setting up and taking down tables, snack/water stations, screens, technology stations, and any other items that are used for the day.
Distribution of marketing materials.
Learning and understanding research programs and protocols.
Documenting outreach and engagement efforts in appropriate forms or databases.
Assists in developing marketing communications, advertising, or publicity materials with a moderate to high level of guidance from others.
Performs one or more of the following marketing functions: marketing communications /advertising; Web blogs or digital marketing; market research; development or review and update of the marketing infrastructure and management of external sales agency relationships.
Monitors, analyzes, and reports on sales and circulation activity. Analyses possible solutions using standard procedures. Conducts market research, analyzes results and develops marketing strategies based on findings. May participate in developing new products and services, and determining new markets.
Performs other related work as needed.
1 year of experience in any retail, research, or customer service-related position.
Ability to effectively communicate with a wide variety of people and enjoy doing so.
Attention to detail.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office.
This position will work in the clinic and in the community.
Cover Letter (preferred)
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