Teaching Assistant - Certificate in Health Economics and Outcomes Research - MPH or PhDs - UW - Pharmacy


CLOSING DATE: September 30, 2020


JOB #: 16325

POSTED: September 17, 2020


Department: Pharmacy
Date Available: September 30, 2020 – June 15, 2021
Application Deadline: September 25, 2020
FTE: 25% FTE (10 hours per week or 110 hours per quarter)

General Duties/Description:
The Certificate in Health Economics and Outcomes Research program at the University Washington, developed and taught by faculty at The Comparative Health Outcomes, Policy, and Economics (CHOICE) Institute, provides students with an introduction to health economic principles, lessons on economic evaluation, and a study of health technology assessment in a global environment. The Certificate Program is conducted entirely online, in an asynchronous learning format. Advantages include flexible schedule, access to CHOICE faculty, experience with novel and innovative learning formats, and exposure to health care professionals worldwide. To learn more about the certificate program, please visit: https://www.pce.uw.edu/certificates/health-economics-and-outcomes-research

• Responding to student, staff, and faculty questions and concerns
• Tracking student progress
• Providing feedback to students on course progress and assignments
• Troubleshooting technical problems in conjunction with Program Manager and Professional and Continuing Education (PCE) staff
• Attending weekly TA meeting with Program Manager
• Attending quarterly check-in and wrap-up conference calls with faculty and students
• Providing feedback and guidance on draft Capstone projects
• Working with faculty on Capstone project review and feedback provision
• Working with faculty on quarterly grade sheet completion and submission

Additional Details:


Requirements: Current PhD student in their second or third year of doctoral training.

Salary & Benefits: Salary is commensurate with academic standing, qualifications, and experience. Possible tuition coverage is available, if combined with another qualifying Academic Student Employee position, please inquire for more details regarding your specific funding situation.


How to Apply:

How to Apply: Send curriculum vitae or résumé to Paul Kraegel, Program Manager, at pkraegel@uw.edu with a brief statement of why you are interested and what you would bring to the position.