The Center for Women’s Health Research and Innovation (CWHRI) is growing! We are looking for new team members who are highly motivated towards excellence and who have a passion for women's health.
We are seeking a highly motivated candidate to help coordinate and expand CWHRI’s activities. The center administrator will provide support in several key areas: research, strategic development, connecting with diverse communities, and administration.The incumbent will manage CWHRI’s daily operations for Drs. Sonya Borrero (Director) and Marian Jarlenski (Associate Director), multiple affiliated faculty members, research fellows and community partners. Duties will include shaping and executing a strategic vision for the center, identifying funding opportunities, writing and/or supporting grant applications; helping to coordinate and manage CWHRI-initiated research; and promoting and disseminating CWHRI’s research to various stakeholders, including advocacy organizations, health providers, and public officials. Administrative duties include organizing conferences and special events to promote CWHRI endeavors and maintaining social media presence. Applicants are required to have a Masters degree, preferably in a discipline related to medicine, public health, or public policy and a demonstrated commitment to women and gender health issues. Strong organizational and communication skills in a diverse and inclusive environment are required to ensure successful strategic planning, growth, and management of CWHRI. Excellent interpersonal skills are required to initiate, develop and sustain cooperative relationships with community partners. We encourage applications from those who identify as members of groups that are underrepresented in science. If interested, please contact Sonya Borrero at firstname.lastname@example.org or Marian Jarlenski at email@example.com.
We are seeking a statistical data analyst to support CWHRI faculty in designing and implementing appropriate methods for the management and analysis of complex research study data, manuscript preparation, and drafting statistical analyses of grant applications. Applicants must have a thorough understanding of methodological and conceptual components of statistical analysis and health services research, and be able to apply that understanding to make independent, practical contributions to the research.The incumbent will work with many different data sets such as electronic medical record data, claims data, and survey data, and must possess expert knowledge of research methodology to work with a high level of autonomy. The successful candidate must possess expertise in research methodology with emphasis on statistics or epidemiology, mastery of at least one statistical software (i.e., Stata, SPSS, SAS, or R) and have strong interest in continuously learn new statistical methodology. If interested, please contact Sonya Borrero at firstname.lastname@example.org