Category: Jobs

Gardens for Health International: Multiple positions open

April 13th, 2017 in Jobs, Practicums/Internships

What We Believe

We believe that growing and eating healthy food can – and must – be a part of the long-term solution to malnutrition.

The world is facing an acute food and nutrition crisis. We must meet the world’s food needs with an approach that is environmentally sustainable, recognizes the primacy of nutrition for agriculture and health and strengthens local communities.

Through our work, we are changing the way that malnutrition is treated by moving away from short-term handouts and towards equipping families with the knowledge and resources to grow their own nutritious food and improve their health. We envision a future in which the key to lasting food and nutrient security for vulnerable families lies in their own backyards.

US-Based Positions

US Development and Communications Associate

The Development and Communications Associate will manage our grant writing and reporting process, and will help lead US-based fundraising efforts. This is an extraordinary opportunity to get practical experience in grant writing and fundraising while also working as part of a tight-knit and fast-paced team.

Full Job Description Here.

 

US Operations Associate

The US Operations Associate will be responsible for ensuring the smooth functioning of all US operations and logistics and provide support to our US-based team. This is an extraordinary opportunity to work closely with the leadership of an innovative organization and to see first hand how a fast-paced nonprofit office operates.

Full Job Description Here.

 

Rwanda-Based Positions

 

Rwanda positions will either be based out of GHI’s Demonstration and Innovation Farm located in Ndera, Rwanda – about 30 minutes outside of Kigali – or in our staff house located in Kigali city center. Hours will be full-time only due to the nature of the international location.

 

Development Associate

The Development Associate will manage in-country grant writing and reporting processes in Rwanda and will work with our Development and Communications Team to identify strategies for strengthening in-country fundraising efforts. The Development Associate will also support the administration of external partnerships as well as follow-up, report-writing, and capturing lessons learned. This is an extraordinary opportunity to get practical experience in development and partnership coordination while also gaining international experience with an innovative  and rapidly growing nonprofit organization.

Full Job Description Here.

 

Farm Fellow

Gardens for Health is seeking a dynamic and forward-thinking recent graduate to join our Agriculture Team in Ndera, Rwanda. Our Farm Fellow will provide thought leadership and day-to-day management support on our five-acre farm in Ndera, Rwanda.

Full Job Description Here.

 

Executive Assistant

The Executive Assistant will work directly with our Senior Leadership Team and will play a lead role in ensuring the smooth functioning of our headquarters in Ndera, Rwanda. This is an extraordinary opportunity to work closely with the leadership of an innovative and fast-paced nonprofit, and to gain valuable experience working on the ground with an international organization.

Full Job Description Here.

International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement – Benchmarking Associate position available

March 2nd, 2017 in Jobs

International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement

Job Title

Benchmarking Associate

Background

ICHOM is a non-profit organization committed to transforming health care to a value-based system through universal measurement and reporting of patient outcomes. ICHOM was co-founded in November, 2012 by Professor Michael Porter of Harvard Business School, the Boston Consulting Group, and the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden (visit www.ichom.org for further background).

One of ICHOM’s primary activities is the development of global Standard Sets by medical condition. Standard Sets are the most essential outcomes that all providers should collect, along with an essential set of baseline patient characteristics for risk adjustment. To develop these standards, ICHOM brings together Working Groups composed of clinical leaders, registry leaders, and patients and leads them through a structured, consensus-driven process.

We believe measurement and reporting of ICHOM Standard Sets will:

  •  Help patients better choose the right treatments and providers for their needs
  •  Enable providers to benchmark and compare how well they are meeting the needs of their patients compared to their peers
  •  Allow payors to contract on the value of care delivered, not simply volume

In addition to developing Standard Sets, ICHOM helps organizations to implement and measure outcomes in their clinical practice. This involves collaboration with technology companies to improve the electronic data capture of our Sets and capability-building with providers to help them adapt clinic workflow to both collect and act on outcomes data.

In 2016, ICHOM launched its global outcomes benchmarking program, which builds on its standardization and implementation work to pool outcomes data across international institutions. We believe global outcomes benchmarks will set the stage for more rapid learning and improvement.

We are seeking an Associate who is interested to contribute meaningfully to ICHOM’s progress across this strategic agenda with a focus on Benchmarking.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Associate will work directly with ICHOM’s VP of Strategy and New Program Development, as well as a number of the organizations Project Leaders, in a flexible role that will focus on Benchmarking but, at times, will span the three functional areas at ICHOM. Across these responsibilities, the Associate is expected to be pro-active, solution-oriented, and focused on contributing to the success of the team.

ichomteam@ichom.org І www.ichom.org І Incorporated in Delaware, United States of America US: Registered 501(c)(3) organization. EIN: 46-0854621 І Head office: 14 Arrow Street, Suite 11 І Cambridge, MA 02138 UK: Registered Company FC03211. І Registered address: Regus І 1 Eversholt Street І London, NW1 2DN

Specific Benchmarking responsibilities:

  • Manage day to day interactions with clinicians and project managers from multiple hospital sites who are participating in our GLOBE benchmarking pilot
  • Prepare for an facilitate meetings with participants to ensure they are on boarded to the pilot smoothly and remain well informed of all updates and requirements over the course of the pilot
  •  Develop content (PPT presentations, Data files, etc) to push the pilot forward.
  •  Work hand in hand with our data partner, ICON, to monitor pilot site data submission
  • Work closely with ICHOM Project Leaders and Directors to develop the final benchmarking reports to be provided to pilot participants. (Note: This will be an opportunity to dive deep on the content will provide a very rich learning experience on both a specific medical condition and outcomes measurement comparison between hospitals)

Qualifications

An interest in health policy and issues in the current health care system, along with a strong passion for working in a very hands on way improve health care delivery models is essential. Experience in project management and relationship management will be viewed very positively. Completion or near completion of an undergraduate degree is essential. Applicants looking to work for 1-2 years between their undergraduate and post-secondary education are strongly encouraged.

The successful candidate will demonstrate strong conceptual ability; high quality of mind; excellent writing and manuscript editing skills; the ability to work productively under time pressure; ability to manage multiple projects concurrently; ability to interact successfully with senior leaders; the capacity to work well with others and independently; strong computer skills including, but not limited to, Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel, Adobe Illustrator and InDesign; and comfort in an academic environment. Fluency in English as a primary written and spoken language is required.

Time Commitment and Compensation

This position is full time (around 50 hours per week) and will be paid a salary of $33,000.

Timeline

The position will begin as soon as possible.

Application Procedure

Interested candidates should send a CV/Resume and a cover letter to Sarah Tonn at s.tonn@ichom.org. Applications are received on a rolling basis with the final deadline due by Wednesday, March 15th so early submission is encouraged.

Program Associate position open with Elevate Destinations

March 2nd, 2017 in Jobs

Elevate Destinations is looking for an experienced, full-time Program Associate. We are a dynamic,

socially responsible travel company striving to bring more meaning, perspective, and positive impact into the

lives of our travelers while respecting local destinations and communities. We are looking for a motivated

self-starter who can assist with managing trips and bring new ideas and introspection to our tightly knit

Donor Travel team. This is an entry-level position which requires superb organization, attention to detail,

creative problem-solving and eloquent communication skills.

Applicants should have experience in at least one of the five categories to be considered for this position:

  • Experience in the travel industry
  • Experience serving a high net worth community
  • Event planning
  • Understanding of sustainability & international development
  • Sales

More information on the position can be found here.

Research Assistant – Research Program on Children and Global Adversity

February 23rd, 2017 in Jobs

The Research Program on Children and Global Adversity (RPCGA) at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health is currently looking for a

Research Assistant

 

Led by Dr. Theresa Betancourt, the RPCGA focuses on understanding trajectories of risk and resilience in children facing multiple forms of adversity, including poverty, conflict, and infectious disease. You can learn more about our exciting work at https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/rpcga/. We currently have projects in Sierra Leone, Rwanda and with the Refugee community in the Boston area.

 

Desired skills/experience all of which we be responsibilities for this position:

  • Proficient in Stata (required) for data management tasks, e.g., creating labels, created scale score using a variety of algorithms, fixing incorrect values, formatting dates, etc.
    • Familiarity with common coding and labeling standards and/or willingness to use guidelines provided.
  • Can merge datasets in Stata for long/univariate and wide/multivariate formats
  • Can troubleshoot inconsistencies in IDs and static demographics over time
  • “Electronic” cleaning of data (required), e.g., run freqs to look for out of range values, run logic checks
    • Create flags for cases that might have issues/inconsistencies on various indicators
    • Present issues and some supporting analysis to team for discussion and decision making
  • Researching and determining/confirming final scoring procedures for known scales and new indices (e.g., of risk behavior),
  • Familiarity with psychometric testing, e.g., Chronbach’s alpha and factor analysis, preferred
  • Data management documentation – codebook & supporting docs
    • Update codebook to include all variables from all waves of data in addition to all new variables
    • Develop a “Decisions” document noting all decisions made including the problem, the decision, and any supporting documentation used to make the decision (e.g., descriptive statistics, lit search, etc)
    • Create a document describing the “trail” from raw data to final cleaned dataset noting syntax files and data sets used at each step

 

Salary commensurate with experience and in line with the standard University rates.

 

Please contact Emily Coles (ecoles@hsph.harvard.edu) for more information.

Digital Health Program Manager Consultant – HealthEnabled

February 16th, 2017 in Jobs

Digital Health Program Manager: Consultant for Faster to Zero Project (Uganda) February 15, 2017

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Scope of Work: Digital Health Program Manager Consultant

The Faster to Zero initiative aims to support Ministries of Health and partners in the scale-up of digital health tools to support the Elimination of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV (EMTCT). This public-private partnership is supported by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the USAID-funded Knowledge for Health (K4Health) project, as well as Johnson & Johnson (J&J), and is led by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) and HealthEnabled.

Uganda and South Africa are priority countries for Faster to Zero. In Uganda, the Initiative will address critical gaps in EMTCT through the introduction of digital health tools to support pregnant women, mothers, partners and health providers to improve the quality of HIV care and reduce loss to follow up (LTFU) of HIV-positive mother and infant pairs. The project will be implemented in close collaboration with the Ministry of Health (MOH) of Uganda, the PEPFAR/Uganda team, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) and other key digital health implementers.

The Digital Health Program Manager will work closely with the Health Information Division of the Ministry of Health, as well as other key partners, to lead the design, implementation, and scale up of the prioritized digital health technologies. The Digital Health Specialist will jointly report to the MOH as well as to the Principal and Policy Lead at HealthEnabled.

Period of contract: Full Time, March 2017 – October 2017 with possibility of extension

Location: Kampala, Uganda, with occasional travel within the country

Responsibilities:

• Coordinate and lead a diverse team of stakeholders to support the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and scale up of digital technologies to accelerate the elimination of mother-to-child transmission (EMTCT) of HIV in Uganda.

• Coordinate with relevant stakeholders in Uganda, South Africa, and the United States to ensure the smooth and sustainable implementation of prioritized digital health tools in Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)-supported facilities.

• This position is seconded to the Health Information Division of the Ministry of Health. The consultant will be responsible for relationship building and collaboration with the Health Information Division and other relevant Divisions and staff, including the PMTCT Unit, to ensure project activities are aligned with Ministry priorities and strategies.

• Understand and consider national policy requirements, including privacy and security requirements, in the design and implementation of interventions.

• Collaborate with Ministry of Health to develop and implement a national digital health strategy for EMTCT in Uganda.

• Represent the Faster to Zero Initiative and its partners professionally at all times.

• Regularly engage with other implementing partners and institutions working in digital health and EMTCT to minimize duplication and enhance collaboration.

Digital Health Program Manager: Consultant for Faster to Zero Project (Uganda) February 15, 2017

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• Contribute to project reporting and regular communication with project partners.

• Approximately 30% travel, primarily to Southwest Uganda.

Deliverables EMTCT Digital Health Tool and Design Testing

Oversee the development of the tool, working with the developers and project partners to ensure that the tool meets the desired specifications.

Test the implementation of the prioritized tool, make appropriate adjustments in response to tests and feedback, and work with project partners to implement in selected sites in Southwest Uganda.

Finalize and ensure consistent implementation of the monitoring and evaluation plan for project activities, including the development of a system to track and project indicators throughout the project lifecycle.

Pilot implementation of Digital Health Tools

Conduct trainings and trainings of trainers to ensure relevant staff and intended users learn the skills necessary to operate and maintain prioritized digital health tools.

Conduct quality assurance monitoring through site visits with facilities and trainers to support consistent implementation.

Work with internal research and analytics function and outside vendors to establish appropriate metrics analysis and regular reporting, including data insights and recommendations.

Phase 1 (pilot sites) implementation completed.

Capacity Strengthening

Develop, coordinate, and support an expert network for digital health technology with the potential for sustainability beyond the lifecycle of the project.

Research and advise key stakeholders on digital health best practices to help advance an effective program.

Data Monitoring and Use

Carry-out data mapping, flow and design for back-end dashboard for improved tracking and reduced loss to follow up.

Scale Up Plans

Develop National Digital Health Strategy for EMTCT in collaboration with Ministry of Health, Implementing Partners, and the Technical Working Group for mHealth.

Develop scale-up plans for prioritized digital health tools in collaboration with Ministry of Health, Implementing Partners, and the Technical Working Group for mHealth.

Ongoing M&E and Final Project Report Draft

 

Master’s Degree in Informatics, Public Health, or related field

• 3-5 years professional experience in implementing and managing digital health or mHealth programs in limited-resource settings

• Experience working in Uganda

• Experience working with national information systems and/or setting up an enterprise architecture and health information exchange

• Experience designing and implementing digital and mobile applications

• Experience in developing and implementing electronic medical record systems advantageous

• Experience working in a complex policy environment

• Demonstrated team work and stakeholder management

• Experience working with Ministries of Health preferred

• Interest and skills in capacity building

• Experience in program monitoring and evaluation

• Strong written and verbal communication skills

• Excellent written and spoken English language skills

• Ability to work in a fast-paced and challenging environment and manage a variety of tasks with limited time and support

How to Apply:

Please send an email with the subject “Last Name_EOI for Faster to Zero Uganda Consultancy” to info@healthenabled.org with your CV, contact details and a brief expression of interest that includes your experience and salary expectations by Thursday, 24 February 2017.

Goodbirth.net – Data Collecting Research Assistant

January 26th, 2017 in Jobs, Practicums/Internships

Project/Organization:

Goodbirth.net, a global network of birth centers, is doing a pilot descriptive survey of birth centers in low resource countries.

Position Summary:

Research assistant to assist in collecting data from birth centers identified globally via email, Zoom/Skype, and phone surveys. To begin surveys Feb 2017 and complete by June 2017.

Salary: $15 an hour. Anticipate 30-40 hrs over total project (survey approx 50 birth centers, 30 min a survey and 1 hour conference call/wk)

Qualifications /criteria:

  • Global Health graduate student, data collection experience a plus
  • Interest or experience with maternal healthcare
  • Good computer skills, will be using Excel and MS Word
  • Ability to work independently, and stay on schedule
  • Capable of working effectively with a team
  • Foreign language skills a bonus- French, Spanish, Creole, Hindi, Arabic

Key duties and responsibilities:

  • Work under the direction of the PI/project leaders:
  • To provide assistance in the conducting of research activities including planning, optimizing and conducting surveys of birth centers identified globally.
  • Coordinate and perform a variety of independent and team activities involved in collection, analysis and documentation of birth center surveys.
  • Present information collection and give feedback regarding the collection process
  • Confer with PI with feedback and process evaluation, optimizing research project workflow during and after completion of project.

Support provided:

  • Weekly conference calls
  • Training re: midwifery and out of hospital birth care and survey criteria, and process.
  • Liberal access to PI and project leaders.
  • Welcome to participate in birth center conference in Port au Prince, Haiti March 6 2017

Submit CV /statement of interest/qualifications to:

Jennifer Stevens CNM MS, DrPH Candidate- rebeka@bu.edu

Boston University Project Director/Manager: Text Messaging Study

January 26th, 2017 in Jobs

Boston University, Department of Health Policy and Health Services Research is seeking a project director/manager to manage a longitudinal, NIH-funded study on parent-targeted text messaging focused on improving child health and wellness, including oral health.

The primary responsibilities are: to manage all project activities and assure quality control for all operations; oversee enrollment of study participants and achievement of recruitment targets; staff hiring , supervision and training; participant tracking; oversight of IRB and NIH grant report submissions; monitoring expenditures, organizing advisory board meetings; serving as primary liaison with our clinic partners; and data management.

The position involves working within a multidisciplinary research team. Strong supervisory, organizational and interpersonal skills preferred. Experience with project management, IRB processes and NIH grant reports are desirable.

The Project Manager will report directly to the lead Principal Investigator (Dr. Belinda Borrelli) and will communicate regularly with the Co-PI, Dr. Henshaw. Boston University is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Salary and benefits are competitive. To be considered for this position, please send resume and cover letter outlining your supervisory experience to Dr. Borrelli (belindab@bu.edu)

Mobile and Electronic Health: Research Assistant

January 26th, 2017 in Jobs

The Boston University (BU) Division of Behavioral Science Research in the Department of Health Policy and Health Services Research at the Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated full-time research assistant with a background in health psychology, behavioral medicine or a closely related field to join our ‘Center for Mobile and Electronic Health’, an exciting, new initiative funded by the Evans Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research through its Affinity Research Collaborative (ARC) grant. The overall mission of the newly established Center is to conduct state-of-the art research and training in mobile and electronic health to improve the health of underserved populations across the lifespan.

The research assistant will primarily work on developing pilot studies directly supported by the ARC grant, contribute to the Center’s website and maintaining a strong social media presence (Twitter, Facebook).

Content areas include tobacco and health behavior/lifestyle interventions in at-risk, underserved populations using mobile health technology.

Duties include protocol development, IRB submission, study participant recruitment and data collection, organizing and keeping accurate records of team meetings, and other research related tasks.

Applicants should possess a degree in psychology or a closely related behavioral or social science plus one or more years of relevant research experience, excellent communication and organizational skills, as well as a strong interest in the application of mobile technology to health behaviors. Previous experience using mobile health for behavior change would be an advantage.  Salary and benefits are competitive.

The Boston University Medical Campus is comprised of the Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, the School of Medicine, and the School of Public Health, providing a strong collaborative interdisciplinary environment with a wealth of resources, including the NIH-funded Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) which provides an array of services, collaborative opportunities, pilot funding, and training.  Robust collaborations with the surrounding community supports dissemination research.  Boston University is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume to Dr. Belinda Borrelli, Director of Behavioral Science Research and PI/Co-director of the BU Center for Mobile and Electronic Health: belindab@bu.edu.

Research Project Manager – Boston ARCH study Community Health Sciences

January 19th, 2017 in Jobs

Research Project Manager

Community Health Sciences, Boston University School of Public Health

The Research Project Manager is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Boston ARCH Study, an ongoing longitudinal cohort of individuals with HIV and a substance use disorder. This study is funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), National Institutes of Health (NIH). The Boston ARCH Study is one of three cohorts that make up the Uganda Russia Boston Alcohol Network for Alcohol Research Collaboration on HIV/AIDS (URBAN ARCH — urbanarch.org). The study team is based in the Department of Community Health Sciences at Boston University School of Public Health and study participants will be enrolled at Boston Medical Center.

The Research Project Manager will oversee study implementation and management, and directly supervise research staff. S/he will lead weekly team meetings, represent the study to internal and external collaborators, and be responsible for regular reporting (NIH, IRB, Department of Corrections, etc.). The ideal candidate will have a desire to work with an urban hospital patient population and a strong interest in issues surrounding HIV, alcohol, and other drug use. S/he will have the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously, utilize time and resources efficiently, and establish priorities to coordinate and complete competing assignments within established timeframes. Additionally, the Project Manager must have an incredible attention to detail, be a creative problem solver, and possess strong communication skills that can be used to facilitate interactions with a wide range of stakeholders.

Major Responsibilities

Project Management and Implementation

• Meet regularly with and report to the Director of Research Operations and the Principal Investigator.

• Work with the study team to develop research assessments, protocols, and study materials and facilitate trainings.

• Work with the research team to facilitate & ensure protocol adherence and quality assurance activities to achieve study goals.

• Ensure recruitment goals are met and assist Research Assistants with recruitment as needed.

• Oversee data collection procedures and review instruments to ensure quality control.

• Plan agenda, facilitate, and lead weekly team meetings.

• Oversee project fiscal management (e.g., monitoring expenses, facilitating contracts, ordering materials).

• Perform activities related to Institutional Review Board (IRB) : 1) Develop protocols, 2) Submit amendments as needed, 3) Ensure investigators and staff are compliant with training regulations, 4) track & report adverse events & 5) draft progress reports.

• Develop NIH progress reports.

• Collaborate with research team to develop presentations, abstracts and manuscripts for submission to national conferences and scholarly journals.

• Assist in the development and submission of new grant applications

Personnel Management

• Responsible for hiring and supervising research support staff working on a full time, part time, or temporary basis (e.g., Research Assistants, Research Coordinators, Graduate Research Assistants etc.) including training, delegating tasks, overseeing daily activities, mentoring, guiding through demonstration of best practices and offering opportunities for professional development.

• Complete performance evaluations.

• Schedule and facilitate regular staff meetings.

Education and Experience

• Master’s degree in related field.

• Minimum of three years of experience in public health or health care administration, including experience with the coordination of multifaceted health services, research, and/or evaluation projects.

• Minimum of 1 year of personnel management experience.

• Experience working with HIV and/or substance using populations preferred.

Knowledge and Skills

• Must be highly organized and detail-oriented, have exceptional communication and writing skills, and be able to work both independently and as part of a team.

• Experience in data analysis and manuscript preparation is helpful.

• Knowledge of MS Word, Power Point, and Excel is essential.

• Cultural sensitivity and comfort interacting with a wide range of social, racial and ethnic populations.

Please apply by submitting a resume AND cover letter via the Boston University Human Resources website:

https://bu.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&id=23&jobid=299171&company_id=15509&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=1016891&level=levelid2&levelid2=4285&startflag=3

Research Assistant – The Research Program on Children and Global Adversity (RPCGA) at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health

January 19th, 2017 in Jobs

The Research Program on Children and Global Adversity (RPCGA) at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health is currently looking for a

Research Assistant

Led by Dr. Theresa Betancourt, the RPCGA focuses on understanding trajectories of risk and resilience in children facing multiple forms of adversity, including poverty, conflict, and infectious disease. You can learn more about our exciting work at https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/rpcga/. We currently have projects in Sierra Leone, Rwanda and with the Refugee community in the Boston area.

Desired skills/experience all of which we be responsibilities for this position:

  • Proficient in Stata (required) for data management tasks, e.g., creating labels, created scale score using a variety of algorithms, fixing incorrect values, formatting dates, etc.
    • Familiarity with common coding and labeling standards and/or willingness to use guidelines provided.
  • Can merge datasets in Stata for long/univariate and wide/multivariate formats
  • Can troubleshoot inconsistencies in IDs and static demographics over time
  • “Electronic” cleaning of data (required), e.g., run freqs to look for out of range values, run logic checks
    • Create flags for cases that might have issues/inconsistencies on various indicators
    • Present issues and some supporting analysis to team for discussion and decision making
  • Researching and determining/confirming final scoring procedures for known scales and new indices (e.g., of risk behavior),
  • Familiarity with psychometric testing, e.g., Chronbach’s alpha and factor analysis, preferred
  • Data management documentation – codebook & supporting docs
    • Update codebook to include all variables from all waves of data in addition to all new variables
    • Develop a “Decisions” document noting all decisions made including the problem, the decision, and any supporting documentation used to make the decision (e.g., descriptive statistics, lit search, etc)
    • Create a document describing the “trail” from raw data to final cleaned dataset noting syntax files and data sets used at each step

Salary commensurate with experience and in line with the standard University rates.

Please contact Emily Coles (ecoles@hsph.harvard.edu) for more information.