Employment Opportunities

Bilingual Qualitative Clinical Research Coordinator

Job Summary

PolicyLab offers an exciting, full time Qualitative Clinical Research Coordinator position for an aspiring or early career health professional possessing strong analytic training related to qualitative, mixed or multi-method research. This role will work on multiple projects related to maternal and child health across PolicyLab, on projects including but not limited to public health programs, pediatric clinical interventions, health equity, and behavioral health.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about maternal and child health, public health and qualitative methods, with exposure to quantitative research methods. Candidates who speak and write fluently in Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese), Vietnamese or French will be highly preferred. This person will need to exercise discretion and judgment in the execution of research protocols, data collection and management, analysis of data, general project support, and must work closely with the project team to ensure all grant timelines, standards, and reporting requirements are met. Experience with NVivo software and qualitative interviewing or focus group moderation are required.

Working at PolicyLab

The research coordinator will have the opportunity to work in team settings that include both qualitative and quantitative experts on various projects across multiple content areas. This environment provides ample opportunities for skill development and professional growth. PolicyLab aims to provide every team member with opportunities that allow their voices to be heard as this exemplifies our core belief in the power of diverse thinking to influence the policies, protocols and practices that define our workplace and improve the lives of children and families. We strive for a productive, fulfilling workplace and personal growth opportunities for all staff and believe an inclusive environment is central to this goal.   

At PolicyLab, recruiting and retaining a diverse group of team members who bring fresh insights from all backgrounds to the research, administrative, communications and policy work that we do is fundamental to our mission. We are committed to creating an environment that is reflective of the diverse communities we serve. As such, we welcome innovative minds from individuals across race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, and marital status, victim of domestic or sexual violence status, covered veteran status or other protected classifications.

Job Responsibilities 

  • Assist in designing data collection tools including interview and focus group guides and surveys
  • Screen, recruit and enroll research participants
  • Schedule and coordinate research activities
  • Conduct qualitative interviews and disseminate surveys
  • Clean and manage transcripts and survey data
  • Code and analyze data with NVivo, RedCap, or other qualitative or survey software
  • Assist in dissemination, writing, and presenting results
  • Adhere to IRB-approved protocols and federal, state and sponsor policies
  • Other tasks related to research study recruitment, enrollment, data collection, data management, and analysis

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Social Work, or other related discipline, or Associate’s degree and three years of research related experience
  • Familiarity with research practices and Institutional Review Board (IRB) procedures
  • Experience with NVivo or other qualitative data management and analysis software
  • Native or fluent Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese), Vietnamese or French speaker
  • Interest in qualitative and mixed-methods research
  • Interest in maternal and child health topics
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Ability to collaborate with stakeholders at all levels

Preferred (but not required qualifications)

  • Experience with SAS or R, interest in quantitative data management and analysis

To apply, click here. Please include a cover letter and resume with your application.

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Student Employment Opportunities

If you are a student with an interest in Adolescent Health & Well-being, Behavioral HealthHealth Care Coverage, Access & QualityHealth EquityIntergenerational Family Services, Communications or Policy, and would like to explore possibilities of participating in an internship or work study or volunteering within PolicyLab, we may have a research study or policy project just for you.  

PolicyLab provides opportunities for students at different levels of training—from High School to doctoral—to participate in pediatric research and health policy projects. Year-long positions may be available.  

Spring/Summer Positions 

2021 Enrollment is Now Closed! 

Fall/Winter Positions 

2021 Fall/Winter Enrollment Begins August 1, 2021!

Open enrollment for fall/winter internships opportunities will begin August 2021. To apply for an internship in the fall, please submit your student information for consideration. Our study leads will review your application and contact you directly should they select you to be a part of their team.

 

At PolicyLab, recruiting and retaining a diverse group of team members who bring fresh insights from all backgrounds to the research, administrative, communications and policy work that we do is fundamental to our mission. We are committed to creating an environment that is reflective of the diverse communities we serve. As such, we welcome innovative minds from individuals across race, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, and marital status, victim of domestic or sexual violence status, covered veteran status or other protected classifications.

PolicyLab aims to provide every team member with opportunities that allow their voices to be heard as this exemplifies our core belief in the power of diverse thinking to influence the policies, protocols and practices that define our workplace and improve the lives of children and families. We strive for a productive, fulfilling workplace and personal growth opportunities for all staff and believe an inclusive environment is central to this goal.