There are several open GA positions for COPH students.
The Evans Research (at Emory University) seeks a world free from violence. To contribute towards this goal the team focuses its research endeavors on public health and human rights violence prevention and response. Current research projects focus on intimate partner violence; femicide; child abuse and neglect; and the commercial sexual exploitation of children in both domestic and international settings. All team members must be self-motivated, passionate, able to work independently, detail oriented, and able to work efficiently to reach targets (weekly and monthly). This position is responsible for organizing, coordinating, and planning operational facets of our program and its related activities, which include, but are not limited to the following: establishing long-term operational objectives, researching factors that may influence the success of the program, and working with individuals or groups to research and document program requirements in order to provide appropriate input into the development of strategic plans and the implementation of programmatic activities.
The employee will interface with research and administrative staff at Emory Rollins School of Public Health and with collaborating partners based at various locations throughout the world. May expand to other sites/countries, contingent upon funding. This position will develop work plans to accomplish program goals and objectives and monitor progress toward their achievement.
Creighton University is seeking a Program Supervisor to supervise the coordination of the Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) Grant along with Health Sciences – Multicultural & Community Affairs (HS-MACA) Pipeline Programs and Education Activities.
Responsibilities for this role will include:
- Serve as COPC coordinator, prepare updates/annual reports, assist evaluation specialist with instruments, maintain database, plan and organize weekly Common Ground lunch program, assist with tutor training, recruit and monitor student researchers, serve as member of COPC scholarship committee.
- Research new grant opportunities, assist with grant writing activities, assist with grant budgeting activities.
- Supervise Pipeline Programs, manage data, assist with planning departmental events. Assist with education activities (electives) and CHA Training.
- Develop newsletters on a quarterly basis.
Creighton University is seeking a Data Manager/Coordinator to help collect and manage data so that it can be used to analyze business functions, productivity, and redundancies for evaluation. The individual will assist the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) Pipeline to Success Program Supervisor with data tracking and the development of evaluation instruments. Will report to the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) Pipeline to Success Program Supervisor.
This role under the direction of the Program Supervisor and Program Director, the Data Manager/Coordinator coordinates and conducts program activities that provide data to support and enhances decision-making, strategic planning, outcomes assessment, grant guidelines and external reporting; serves as liaison between department and other constituents. Perform data entry, runs reports, verifies the integrity of data and reports issues. Designs, develops and implements moderately complex database applications to accommodate a variety of user needs.
To complete these tasks, the Data Manager/Coordinator will; (1) monitor and maintain research database; (2) perform quantitative descriptive, bivariate, multivariate, qualitative analyses (e.g., focus group, content analysis), and mixed methods research; (3) work independently and collectively on program-specific assessment projects; (4) complete data reports that are conducive to both Creighton University and HRSA; (5) meet with partners and other program entities routinely to ensure collection of data is thorough, precise and complete and; (6) extracts, manipulates, and reports data to internal and external constituencies; manages data; prepares and maintains data files; verifies data to ensure data integrity; (7) acquires, manipulates, develops, and maintains longitudinal data sets, verifying accuracy and consistency over time; writes documentation for programs and operations; (8) designs and develops standardized operational, management, and ad hoc reports; prepares reports fulfilling the requirements of federal, regional, and state agencies and other external organizations; works with user community to understand reporting needs; identifies sources; (9) serves as a resource person in areas of data management and reporting, as well as a representative on committees; performs special projects and other duties as assigned and; (10) complete other job duties as assigned by the Program Director or Program Supervisor.
Statistician position opening at the Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center [ars.usda.gov] (GFHNRC) in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
The position is through the University of North Dakota (UND). UND employees at the GFHNRC support the Center in its mission to better understand how nutrients affect human health.
With the application deadline fast approaching, would you help spread the word of this great career opportunity for graduate students by forwarding them this email?
Below is more information about the position:
- Master’s degree in Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Statistics, Bioinformatics or related quantitative field.
- Spring and Summer 2021 graduates will be considered for this position, degree must be conferred prior to start date.
- Providing expert consultation on research design to Center scientists
- Completing the statistical analyses of data from human clinical trials, human laboratory experiments, animal experiments, and cell culture experiments
- Preparing written reports including tables and figures for Center scientists
- The management of databases
To apply, visit https://campus.und.edu/human-resources/careers/job-openings.html [campus.und.edu]and search for “Statistician.”