University of Washington School of Public Health
Research Associate I - Health Research Associates, Inc.
Closing Date: open until filled
Posted: January 12, 2018
Health Research Associates is a private outcomes research and evaluation consulting firm based in the Seattle, Washington metro area. We are currently looking for a qualified candidate to fill an entry-level research position with our team. This position will assist with coordinating, implementing and conducting studies to develop and test patient-reported outcome measures for use in clinical trials.
Title: Research Associate I (Full time professional staff position; 40 hours per week)
Salary Range: $55,000 to $60,000 Annual rate (DOE) plus full benefits
General responsibilities: To assist the HRA research team with project coordination and study management (including study recruitment and monitoring; qualitative interviewing, coding, and analysis; study materials development; protocol development; literature reviews; and development of report materials). Responsibilities will initially be task-oriented as a team member on projects and eventually move to project coordination.
Supervision: The Research Associate will be expected to collaborate with project teams, other project coordinators and support staff. Direct supervision will be provided by the Executive Directors.
Work Schedule: Full-Time, flexible but regular schedule at HRA offices near Seattle, Washington. Project-related activities (such as interviewing and meetings) will require travel.
Experience Required: This position requires a self-motivated, versatile individual with a relevant graduate degree (MPH, MSW, etc.) -OR- current enrollment in a graduate degree program and at least 2 years of experience or training in health-related qualitative research, interviewing and/or study management. Interviewing experience is required.
Experience Preferred: Additional experience or coursework in qualitative research methods, survey research methods, measurement theory, program evaluation, instrument development, psychometric evaluation, epidemiology or biostatistics is preferred.
Please email resume and references (including a list of relevant coursework and publications) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The position will remain open until filled, but please submit application materials prior to January 31st for consideration during the initial review of candidates.
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