February 11, 2016 | Job Opportunities

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Position: Project Lead, Family Caregiver Training Development

Organization: The Center to Advance Palliative Care

Posting date: February 9, 2016

Location: New York

SUMMARY: The lack of adequate and appropriate training and support for family caregivers caring for people with multiple chronic conditions is a crisis that demands urgent attention. A strong effort to provide a full set of accurate and targeted training resources will set new standards for training family caregivers and new expectations of professional responsibility towards these individuals.

The Center to Advance Palliative Care seeks a new team member to manage a 3-year grant project focused on the development of an online training product to support the family caregivers of seriously ill patients with complex tasks such as wound care, medication management, or medical device monitoring. This position reports to the Director of Education.

The Project Lead will collaborate with CAPC leadership, leadership from the supporting foundation, subject matter experts, and support staff to manage the development, testing, and dissemination of online training materials for family caregivers.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The project lead will be responsible for oversight of the following grant activities:

  • Needs assessment for family caregiver education and identification of targeted caregiver population for training intervention
  • Selection of training topics and oversight of content development by subject matter experts (SMEs)
  • Selection of a technology partner to develop online training using SME content
  • Development of training prototypes
  • Evaluation of training efficacy and usability, revision of training materials
  • Training pilot within target population and evaluation of pilot outcomes
  • Dissemination of training product at a national scale

 

Selection criteria

  • Community health education background
  • Minimum 5 years relevant work experience
  • Experience working with the target population of persons with serious illness and their family caregivers
  • Instructional design training and experience preferred

 

HOW TO APPLY: Please send a cover and resume to Brynn Bowman, Director of Education, CAPC: Brynn.bowman@mssm.edu

 

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Position: Project Coordinator

Organization:  Bellevue/NYU Occupational & Environmental Medicine Clinic (BNOEMC)

Posting date: February 9, 2016

Location: New York

SUMMARY: This is a full time position as Project Coordinator for the BNOEMC. In this role, the successful candidate will work as part of a team to help the BNOEMC develop occupational medicine research and clinical projects and secure new grant funding to support these projects, coordinate and assist with completion of deliverables required for current grants, help secure continuation grant funding of current grants, and help improve community outreach of the clinic. The coordinator will interface directly with the BNOEMC staff and Advisory Committee, staff and members of collaborating community organizations, clinic patients, and grant sponsors in support of clinical and preventive services as well as research projects. The coordinator will establish liaisons with Bellevue Hospital and School of Medicine staff and administration that may include physicians, research faculty, Information Technology technicians, departmental administrators, program managers and regulatory services such as the IRB.

 RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • In collaboration with other clinic staff, complete grant deliverables including coordinating ongoing clinical and research projects as well as writing reports and conducting routine statistical analyses of data for reports.
  • Assist clinic investigators with development and implementation of new fundable and funded clinical research projects and grants.
  • Coordinate the clinic Advisory Committee.
  • Assist with clinic outreach to, and education for, different populations of workers, workplaces and employers in need of occupational medicine services.
  • Assist with clinical and research database management and software support.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the organizations’ core values and incorporate them into performance of duties.QUALIFICATIONS: To qualify you must have: Masters’ degree in occupational health, public health, epidemiology or related field or equivalent experience; Experience with occupational health research or clinical/preventive occupational health programs; Solid oral and written English skills; Excellent administrative and office organizational skills; Solid PC skills, including MS Office Professional and at least one public-health-oriented software package and aptitude to learn more.
  • Preferred Qualifications: Experience with occupational health and safety programs conducted by unions, community-based organizations, employers and/or labor-management coalitions. Excellent oral and written English and editing skills. Bilingual in English and Spanish a plus.

 

HOW TO APPLY: Interested applicants send resume to Andrea Thompson, RN, Andrea.Thompson@nyumc.org . She can also be reached by phone if you have questions at (212) 562-3884.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The BNOEMC is based at Bellevue Hospital Center and is dedicated to improving health in the workplace through early recognition, accurate diagnosis, and evidence-based treatment and prevention of work-related diseases. The primary mission of the BNOEMC is to provide high quality clinical and preventive occupational medicine services accessible to all, including low-income workers who may be at high risk for work-related diseases and who may rely on the public hospital system for medical care.

 

 

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Position: Research Assistant (1st or 2nd Year Graduate student)

Organization: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Posting date: February 5 2016

Location: New York

SUMMARY: The Provider Education Program is dedicated to increasing interest in and awareness of community health promotion and disease prevention among health care providers through education and wide-ranging communication. PEP produces City Health Information, a monthly bulletin for New York City health care providers with clear, practical, evidence-based clinical guidance on topics central to NYC public health. PEP seeks a qualified individual to work with the Scientific Education Unit staff on development, dissemination, and evaluation of City Health Information publications.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES will include:

  • Create a formatted e-mail template for City Health Information based on current design and incorporating recommended changes
  • Layout content into e-mail template
  • Test and schedule dissemination of finalized issue(s)
  • Set-up and monitor provider subscriber list(s) integrating existing e-mail lists and subscription points
  • Track basic performance metrics and summarize baseline measurements and identify preliminary trends

 

Preferred Skills and Experience:

  • Pursuing graduate degree in communications, social marketing or journalism
  • Previous internship or job in communications, health communications, or marketing
  • Excellent research, communication, writing, technology and organizational skills
  • Creative, self-motivated, and up to date on the latest social media and technology trends
  • Knowledge of email marketing service and graphic design

Hours/week: 12

Timeframe: open immediately – June 30, with potential to extend.

HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates should please send resume and cover letter to tutley@health.nyc.gov.

 

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Position: PHIA ProjectStatistician SAS Programmer

Organization:  ICAP at Columbia University

Posting date: February 5, 2016             

Location: New York

SUMMARY: In partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ICAP is conducting Population-based HIV Impact Assessments (PHIA) in up to 20 PEPFAR-supported countries. Each PHIA will define the status of the national HIV epidemic, guide global and local allocation of funding and resources based on evidence, and integrate capacity building of country stakeholders in the design, conduct, analysis, and use of PHIAs. Reporting to the Statistical Program Manager, the Statistician/SAS Programmer will execute Statistical Analysis Plans (SAPs) according to project specifications.

More details on ICAP’s PHIA Project may be found at:

http://icap.columbia.edu/global-initatives/the-phia-project/

This position is grant funded.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide statistical programming expertise to project teams -Write and execute statistical programs for the creation of tables, figures, listings, analysis databases – Review SAPs in preparation for programming of planned analyses – Write SAS code for Macros and utilize SAS Macro library – Ensure all programming activities and processes are conducted according to the PHIA project standard operating procedures and/or sponsor requirements – Participate in project meetings – Perform other related duties as directed

QUALIFICATIONS: Education

– Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics, Biostatistics, Computer Science or related disciple, or equivalent in education and experience, with at least three (3) years of directly related experience.

Experience, Skills & Minimum Required Qualifications

– Minimum of one year of applicable SAS Programming experience – Demonstrated experience with statistical programing with a high level of organization, autonomy, technical skill, and team orientation – Demonstrated experience working in a team and independently – Excellent organizational and oral/written communication skills required

Experience, Skills & Preferred Qualifications

– Master’s Degree or PhD in Statistics, Biostatistics, Computer Science or related discipline, or equivalent in education and experience – Experience in HIV related field – Knowledge of large scale survey analyses

ORGANIZATIONAL DESCRIPTION: A global health leader situated at Columbia University, ICAP has worked since 2003 with one central goal: to improve the health of families and communities.

Working hand-in-hand with individuals at every level of the health system–from patients to health care providers to government officials–ICAP is dedicated to delivering high-performing health system strengthening initiatives that provide quality and affordable health care. The organization tackles the world’s most pressing health threats and, in collaboration with partners around the world, implements transformative solutions to meet the health needs of individuals.

With its roots in comprehensive, family-focused HIV services, ICAP is known for capacity building and for its innovative, effective, and ethical programs that are implemented in the most challenging resource-limited settings. ICAP is also known for its collaborative and supportive approach to strengthening government health systems and local partners’ capacity to deliver quality health services. To date, ICAP has worked to address major public health challenges and the needs of local health systems in more than 4,000 sites across 21 countries.

HOW TO APPLY: To apply, please click on link below (or copy and paste) onto your web browser.

http://jobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=153120

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Please contact ICAP at Columbia University at lc11@cumc.columbia.edu

 

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Position: BPC – Research Coordinator I

 Organization: ICAP at Columbia University

Posting Date: February 5, 2016

 Location: New York

SUMMARY: The Bronx Prevention Center, part of ICAP at Columbia University, is a Clinical Research Site (CRS) within the NIH-funded AIDS Clinical Trials Unit at Columbia University. Located in a clinical office on East 158th Street in the Bronx, the site has over ten years of experience conducting phase 1 and 2 and observational HIV prevention clinical trials. The Research Coordinator I will assist with grant-funded HIV prevention clinical research studies, including a study of the safety and efficacy of a monoclonal antibody in preventing HIV infections in men who have sex with men and transgender individuals. Under the direct supervision of the Site Coordinator, the Research Coordinator I will serve as a courier between Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center Pharmacy and the study site, help with the recruitment and retention of participants, and conduct other aspects of HIV Prevention clinical trials as needed. This position is grant funded. LOCATION: East 158th Street, Bronx, NY

RESPONSIBILITIES: Serve as a courier up to several times a day between the Bronx Prevention Center clinical research site at 390 East 158th Street, Bronx, NY and the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center Research Pharmacy at 1650 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY. • Prescreen the potential study participants for study eligibility according to study protocol, and schedule screening appointments with those who are found to be eligible. • Answer phone calls and schedule participant appointments. • Assist with follow-up visits and implement retention plan. • Assist in preparing and maintaining up-to-date study participant files. • Assist the Data Manager to check log books, data collection forms, and documentation to assure compliance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). • Complete relevant case report forms. • Maintain confidentiality of study participants and adhere to principles of Good Clinical Laboratory Practice (GCLP), Human Subject Protection (HSP), and International Air Transport Association (IATA) regulations. • Establish and maintain positive relationships and interact professionally, courteously, and appropriately with potential participants, participants, visitors and other employees; furthering a positive public perception of the research site and its employees. • Assist with designated aspects of the study including ensuring site compliance with study protocols, all relevant procedures, policies and regulations. Understand and adhere to study protocols, and other appropriate regulations, procedures and policies. • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Travel Requirements

  • Travel by bus or taxi at employer’s expense, up to several times a day is required. This will be, between the Bronx Prevention Center clinical research site at 390 East 158th Street, Bronx, NY and the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center Research Pharmacy at 1650 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY to retrieve study product and deliver documents • Occasional domestic travel to research training and meetings (1-2 times per year, approximately 3 days each) may be required

QUALIFICATIONS: Education

  • Requires a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in training, education, and/or experience plus a minimum of 2 years related experience.

Experience, Skills & Minimum Required Qualifications

  • 1+ year of related experience in clinical research • Excellent oral, written, organizational and interpersonal skills • Working knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office Suite

Experience, Skills & Preferred Qualifications

  • Prior HIV prevention research or clinical research program experience • Experience working with populations at elevated risk of HIV acquisition, such as men who have sex with men and transgender individuals • Certifications in Good Clinical Laboratory Practice (GCLP), Human Subjects Protection (HSP), and International Air Transportation Association (IATA) preferred • Spanish language skills

ORGANIZATIONAL DESCRIPTION: A global health leader situated at Columbia University, ICAP has worked since 2003 with one central goal: to improve the health of families and communities.

Working hand-in-hand with individuals at every level of the health system–from patients to health care providers to government officials–ICAP is dedicated to delivering high-performing health system strengthening initiatives that provide quality and affordable health care. The organization tackles the world’s most pressing health threats and, in collaboration with partners around the world, implements transformative solutions to meet the health needs of individuals.

With its roots in comprehensive, family-focused HIV services, ICAP is known for capacity building and for its innovative, effective, and ethical programs that are implemented in the most challenging resource-limited settings. ICAP is also known for its collaborative and supportive approach to strengthening government health systems and local partners’ capacity to deliver quality health services. To date, ICAP has worked to address major public health challenges and the needs of local health systems in more than 4,000 sites across 21 countries.

How to Apply: To apply, please click on link below (or copy and paste) onto your web browser.

http://jobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=153008 .

Additional Information: Please contact ICAP at Columbia University at lc11@cumc.columbia.edu

  

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 Position: Epidemiologist

Organization: IHRC, Inc.

Posting Date: February 5, 2016

Location: Atlanta, GA    USA

SUMMARY: POSITION NUMBER: 1601-55125-Epi-02. ANTICIPATED START DATE: February 16, 2016

APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL: Position is filled. TRAVEL: May be required (5% or less)

IHRC, Inc. provides scientific, information management and administrative program support to various Centers, Institutes and Offices of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) under several contracts. The successful candidate will be a full-time employee of IHRC, Inc., and will be assigned to the Mycotic Diseases Branch (MDB), Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases (DFWED), National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (NCEZID), at the CDC, 1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA, to provide technical and intellectual support for fungal surveillance and outbreak projects.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Participate as a team member with MDB staff to assist with the development, management, and enhancement of mycotic disease surveillance systems, including coordinating meetings and calls with external surveillance partners
  • Assist in surveillance data management, cleaning, and analysis, managing data transmissions from surveillance sites, preparation of data-derived reports, tables, and graphs, and statistical analyses including procedures such as chi-square tests and logistic regression
  • Verify that Human Subjects and Office of Management and Budget documents are appropriately submitted and tracking continuations and due dates as needed
  • Coordinate an international multiagency disease advocacy group
  • Assist in preparing manuscript drafts and meeting abstracts
  • Assist in responding to questions public inquiries about fungal diseases
  • Support MDB staff with data analyses on other projects as needed

QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience:

  • MPH or equivalent experience

Required:

  • Communications skills demonstrating clear, rapid and accurate dissemination of information related to the conduct of infectious disease surveillance
  • Organizational skills demonstrating high attention to detail and the ability to organize multiple priorities related to the conduct of surveillance activities and advocacy groups
  • Strong interpersonal skills required for team work and interaction with people across CDC and with external partners
  • Ability to work with large databases

Desirable:

  • Experience working with infectious disease surveillance systems at the state or federal level
  • Experience in SAS programming
  • Familiarity with additional statistical software such as R
  • Experience writing project reports, research protocols and manuscripts
  • Ability to synthesize new ideas for project research

Language Skills: The candidate must possess excellent oral and written communication skills in English

REQUIREMENT:

  • Must be United States citizen or permanent resident or have authorization for employment in the United States
  • Must Possess a current passport or ability to obtain one

SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications and experience

How to Apply: visit www.ihrc.com/careers . If already on the IHRC website, click on the job you are interested in and click on the apply button at the bottom of the page.

Additional Information: IHRC, INC. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. It is the policy of IHRC, Inc. to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, and veteran or disability status and to take affirmative action in accordance with applicable laws and Executive Orders.

  

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Position: Director of Science

Organization: FHI 360
Posting Date: February 5, 2016

 Location: Washington, DC

SUMMARY: FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes experts in Health, Education, Nutrition, Environment, Economic Development, Civil Society, Gender, Youth, Research and Technology; creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 60 countries, all 50 U.S. states and all U.S. territories. We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of: Director of Science Description: FHI360 seeks a qualified candidate for the position of Director of Science for a CDC- funded HIV/AIDS surveillance and program evaluation project in Côte d’Ivoire. The project will increase the capacity of PEPFAR partners, local organizations and the government of Côte d’Ivoire to collect, analyze, and use data for the design and management of HIV/AIDS programs in Côte d’Ivoire. Position will be based in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead the design and development of protocols for program evaluation. Plan monthly budgets for activity implementation and work in collaboration with the Associate Director for Finance on budget monitoring. Provide technical oversight of the scientific quality of research studies including the preparation of proposals, protocols, research instruments and study reports or publications. Provide in-house review of papers and research strategies for strategic, methodological and technological soundness. Coordinate data collection activities and periodic quality assessments. Review data analyses in order to report on key deliverables. Lead the project team to successfully perform the project’s tasks, assuring the allocation of necessary resources to deliver results in a timely manner. Ensure that all deliverables meet the quality and ethical standards of CDC and FHI 360. Ensure timely delivery of quality reports. Maintain positive communication with CDC and Côte d’Ivoire government counterparts. Participate in the development of country operational plans. Mentor, motivate, and manage the technical staff.

 QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree with 5-8 years minimum relevant experience. PhD preferred. Demonstrated record of peer reviewed publications required. Demonstrated experience overseeing evaluation projects and leading evaluation teams. Experience in Low- or Middle-Income Countries, Sub-Saharan Africa preferred. Experience working on US government funded projects. Experience using diverse quantitative and qualitative data analysis methods, and also “mixed-method” M&E practices as appropriate. Knowledge of the public health field. Demonstrated capacity to oversee development of work plans, monitoring and evaluation, and report preparation. Computer proficiency in word processing, databases, spreadsheets, including knowledge of at least two of the following programs: SPSS, Excel, Epi Info, Stata, and MS Access. Strong communication and teamwork skills. Fluency in French and English required (FS-4 level or higher).

This job description summarizes the main duties of the job. It neither prescribes nor restricts the exact tasks that may be assigned to carry out these duties. This document should not be construed in any way to represent a contract of employment. Management reserves the right to review and revise this document at any time.

How to Apply: FHI 360’s Career Center at http://www.fhi360.org/careers  or through the Employment section at www.fhi360.org. Please submit CV/resume and cover letter including salary requirements. Please specify source in your application.

Additional Information: FHI 360 is an equal employment and affirmative action employer whereby we do not engage in practices that discriminate against any person employed or seeking employment based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, genetic information or any other status or characteristic protected under applicable law.

Please contact Connie Hoang, Director of Science at choang@fhi360.org

 

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 Position: Research Scientist II (Climate Change)

Organization: Health Research, Inc.

Posting Date: February 3, 2016

 Location: New York

SUMMARY/ RESPONSIBILITIES: Based in New York City, the incumbent will work under the direction of a senior geospatial analyst and a multidisciplinary team of environmental health and climate change researchers at the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. The incumbent will work on a NASA grant-funded project: “Using Remote Sensing and Environmental Data to Quantify Social Vulnerabilities to Heat Stress and Strengthen Environmental Public Health Tracking and Heat Mitigation Efforts.” Responsibilities will include conducting spatial analyses of project data including modeled temperature, observed temperature, land cover, and population characteristics. Other tasks will include identifying appropriate methods, developing and documenting analysis plans, conducting, documenting and reporting data analyses, and developing findings for presentations to study team, via manuscripts for publication, and summarizing on public data portals. The incumbent will also liaison with project investigators at institutions collaborating on the project.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Public or Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Statistics/Biostatistics, Environmental Science, or a related field AND at least three years of relevant professional experience in an appropriate field. A Master’s degree in an appropriate field may substitute for one year of experience; a Doctoral degree may substitute for two years of experience.

Preferred Qualifications: A working knowledge in spatial data analysis using ArcGIS in the context of environmental health, epidemiology or social research. Strong methodological, data analytic, communication, and interpersonal skills. Familiarity with SQL Server and R or SAS is a plus.

How to Apply: Please visit HRI’s web site at (preferred method): www.healthresearch.org/jobs or mail resume to: Health Research, Inc., 150 Broadway – Suite 560, Menands, NY 12204- 2719. Please include reference code 2016- 3224 on envelope.

Further Information: Sarah Zalewski, Research Scientist II (Climate Change) at sarah.zalewski@healthresearch.org

 

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Position: Project Manager, Bureau of Primary Care Information Project

 Organization: NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Posting Date: February 10, 2016

Location: Long Island City, New York

SUMMARY/ RESPONSIBILITIES: The Primary Care Information Project (PCIP) is devoted to improving population health in underserved neighborhoods through health information technology. We strive to transform the quality of health care services in these neighborhoods by helping providers use electronic health records and other health technology and to improve the quality of care. To find out more about this ground-breaking project visit us at www.nyc.gov/pcip Reporting to the Senior Director of Evaluation, Research and Analysis, the Project Manager will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Assist with and conducts assigned PCIP research and analysis projects.
  • Maintain records, write reports and help with team document (Data library, publications, literature review, and presentations).
  • Utilize statistical tools to analyze data and manage data requests (Hub data, MasterBank, Salient data, Survey data and etc.).
  • Assist and manage with team projects (Timeline, reports and summary).
  • Help with team activities (Evaluation Open House, SAS Users Group, trainings, software acquisition).

QUALIFICATIONS: 1. A doctorate degree from an accredited college or university with specialization in an appropriate field of physical, biological, environmental or social science and one year of full-time experience in a responsible supervisory, administrative or research capacity in the appropriate field of specialization; or

  1. A master’s degree from an accredited college or university with specialization in an appropriate field of physical, biological, environmental or social science and three years of responsible full-time research experience in the appropriate field of specialization.

Preferred Skills:

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Familiar with certain data analytical tools such as SAS, STATA or SPSS
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a cross- disciplinary team environment
  • Demonstrated organizational skills and detail orientation
  • Experience with scientific writing preferred
  • Competency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
  • Knowledge of database relationship
  • Willingness to adapt to new data structures and tackle novel problems creatively
  • Working knowledge of or interest in a range of public health topics.

HOW TO APPLY: Apply online with a cover letter to https://a127-jobs.nyc.gov/. In the Job ID search bar, enter: job ID # 230291

Further Information: Rhina Hernandez, Project Manager, Bureau of Primary Care Information Project at rhernandez1@health.nyc.gov

 

10. Position: Research Intern, Strategic Research & Evaluation

Organization: Population Services International (PSI)

Posting date: February 9, 2016

Location: Washington, D.C.

SUMMARY: The Strategic Research & Evaluation team fills evidence gaps around the effectiveness of social marketing to influence policy, practice, and funding. We’re responsible for evaluating “what works”.

We are seeking a Research Intern with keen attention to detail, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, proven problem-solving abilities, and strong computer skills. The ideal candidate is able to prioritize and perform multiple tasks, while working with minimal supervision and following through on assignments. Preference will be given to candidates with a demonstrated interested in international health and development issues.

This internship position is based in Washington, D.C. and reports to the Research Assistant. It is a paid part-time or full-time position (20-35 hours per week), open for a 3-month contract with the possibility of extending based on performance.

Sound like you? Read on.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Research Intern will support SR&E by synthesizing evidence, identifying evidence gaps, and contributing to PSI’s learning agenda and external advocacy efforts. In doing so, he/she will assist with the preparation and dissemination of peer-reviewed papers, presentations, studies, and reports, and will perform various administrative tasks.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist with preparing and promoting SR&E publications and conference materials
  • Conduct literature reviews related to PSI’s evidence agenda
  • Post to, organize and maintain the Resource Library on psi.org
  • Assist with quality assurance of PSI’s research documentation
  • Edit, format and archive reports and briefs with great attention to detail
  • Design pages and tools for the department’s intranet
  • Perform administrative duties such as: taking meeting minutes, maintaining calendars, printing and mailing reports, event and schedule planning, and assembling materials for meetings and trainings

QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Qualifications: Recent graduate or undergraduate student with a major in International Development, Public Health, Communications, Marketing, or other related field

  • Excellent analytical and writing skills and ability to summarize research findings
  • Research experience using academic journal databases and gray literature
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • High proficiency in computer applications: Office suite and Outlook, Adobe Acrobat, Endnote
  • Strong time management and ability to work independently

Other desired skills (but not required):

  • Familiarity with WordPress, HTML, and web-based knowledge management systems
  • French, Spanish, or Portuguese language skills

ORGANIZATIONAL DESCRIPTION: We’re Population Services International (PSI), the world’s leading non-profit social marketing organization. We work to make it easier for people in the developing world to be healthy by providing access to products and services that range from mosquito nets to HIV testing.

There are over 9,000 “PSI’ers” around the world. It’s a diverse group of entrepreneurs and professionals with an unusually wide range of backgrounds – from the medical industry to the music business – all with unique skills we bring to the job.

HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates should please apply through:   http://jobs.jobvite.com/careers/population-services-international/job/oeiz2fwR/apply

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