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Hiring 3-4 clinical research coordinators at the Mass General Hospital Recovery Research Institute (RRI)

News Date: Monday, September 13, 2021 - 08:00

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We are hiring 3-4 full-time clinical research coordinators at the Recovery Research Institute (RRI) within the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Department of Psychiatry in Boston, MA. They will be supervised by RRI director John Kelly. Please feel free to forward the job posting to your professional networks. If you have someone special in mind, we would love to hear more about them. See attached for the job posting which includes details about how to apply online and the materials that should be included with the application. Individuals apply through the MGH Careers website (job number 3168322).

Clinical research coordinators at the RRI typically focus on one or two studies/projects, many of which are funded by the NIH, though often have the opportunity to contribute to multiple projects. Please see here ( for an overview of several current RRI studies.

One quick note about remote work. People hired for this position will be working remotely for the time being, though this is not a remote position. We will be transitioning back to onsite work, or a hybrid remote/onsite model, once the PI (John Kelly) decides it is safe and feasible to do so, taking MGH and local public health guidance into consideration. Even if working remotely, clinical research coordinators who live locally are expected to perform certain responsibilities onsite when asked (e.g., for small tasks such as picking up mail, mailing packages if local). Remote work is allowed from most locations in the US, but for reasons outside our control, OH, WY, WA, ND, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands are excluded. Irrespective of where they are currently located, staff are expected to work on Boston time (EST).

Individuals with questions about the position may email RRI program manager Alexandra Abry ( Thanks in advance for your help spreading the word.

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