*This position is a hybrid of 40% IN-PERSON work out of the NE Seattle office and 60% REMOTE work.*
Responsible for collaborating with Director of Community Health and working independently manage the epidemologic and evaluative aspects of all community health progamming as well as be lead author/evaluator on the organzation’s Community Health Needs Assessment, and resulting Community Health Implementation Strategies. The individual would use critical thinking skills to be responsible for conducting and overseeing epidemiologic analyses related to pediatric health status in the Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho (WAMI) region. The individual would conduct research and design analysis to identify associations between socioenvironmental exposures and physical and mental health outcomes in pediatric populations and to inform community health projects and programs. Individual would also be responsible for evaluating said projects and programs. Upon research completion, they would apply research findings to inform community health projects and programs and assembles and helps implement evidence-based interventions to improve pediatric health. Collaborates with the Director and team taking direct responsibility for carrying out research and development activities as well as evaluation. The incumbent knows and deploys: public health principles and practice, qualitative methods and techniques, has experience with evaluating community-based programs serving children, youth, and young adults and also has experience with evaluating policy, systems and environmental change efforts (community-led or other).
This position is a hybrid of 40% IN-PERSON work out of the NE Seattle office and 60% REMOTE work. Must be willing to work in-person at the NE Seattle office 2 days each week.
- Master of Public Health, Epidemiology focus or Biostatistics.
- Minimum of three (3) years experience in in these areas, or experince in a related area.
- Experience in creating, planning and organizing research programs.
- Experience in conducting statistical analysis, accurately and appropriately interpreting results.
- Experience in effectively communicating analysis results.
- Expected to complete Human Subjects Protection Training and any IRB requirements for research.
-Experience in working with community to gather quantiative and qualitative data gathering on determinants of health and community health indicators for children aged 0-21 years old.
-Experience evaluating public health or pediatric health programs and making recommendations for improvement and innovation.
- Ability to manage and link data from multiple internal and external sources.
- Experience in utilizing a Results-Based Accountability framework.
- Experience grant-writing or securing funding for research/evaluation projects.
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