The Hip Outcomes Research Coordinator will work with physicians performing patient-centered hip outcomes research. They will perform data analysis and manage research projects. The Hip Outcomes Research Coordinator will conduct and oversee operational and logistical tasks to ensure efficient execution of hip research within established budgets and timelines, ensuring all hip research activities occur in compliance with applicable regulations and maintain a focus on quality. 

CLASSIFICATION: This is a full-time, year-round, exempt position with benefits.


  • Collaborate with surgeons and scientists to lead data registry research projects investigating patient-centered outcomes following hip surgery. 
  • Organize and lead a diverse team of contributors to successfully execute projects.
  • Oversee hip data registry collection methods, execution, organization, and quality control.
  • Develop research questions and study methods, compile data and perform analysis to address hypotheses. 
  • Submit and maintain IRB applications and ensure protocol compliance throughout the project life cycle.
  • Manuscript preparation, submission, and follow-through during peer-review process.
  • Write abstracts, prepare podium and poster presentations for society meetings.
  • Successfully manage multiple deadlines for numerous ongoing projects.


  • Master’s degree in related field required (public health, epidemiology, medical science, statistics, or data analytics, etc.).
  • Aptitude with data management and statistical analysis.
  • Preferred: Prior experience with SQL and at least one statistical software package (e.g., R, SPSS, SAS, etc.).
  • Demonstrated proficiency in scientific methods, orthopaedic terminology, experimental design, and data collection principles.
  • Ability to handle confidential / sensitive information, and exercise good professional judgement.

Hiring Range: $80,000 - $105,000 depending on qualifications.