Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center has opened several full-time research opportunities, three regarding firearm injury research and one in a traumatic brain injury program.
HIPRC’s Firearm Injury & Policy Research Program is seeking applicants for a research scientist position, a research consultant position, and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship.
The Research Scientist (Req #170186) will develop research proposals, lead firearms research projects, provide advanced methodological study design and data analysis expertise, write manuscripts, and supervise graduate students and more junior staff.
Education: Master’s degree in quantitative health or social sciences, or related field.
Type and Years of Experience: Minimum of 4 years of increasingly responsible and relevant experience in writing grant proposals and scientific papers, study design conceptualization, conduct of research and research data management and analysis, preferably in firearm violence research or other injury research.
Education: Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral research degree (e.g., Sc.D.) highly desired (in quantitative health, social sciences, or related field).
OTHER REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
The Postdoctoral Fellow will collaborate on mentored, applied research on firearm injury and policy. We are seeking individuals who have completed a doctoral degree program (M.D., Ph.D., or equivalent) and have made a long-term commitment to firearm violence research as their primary career research focus.
The Research Consultant/Data Analyst (Req #170840) will review, analyze, and conduct advanced data analysis for research projects on firearm injuries and policies and provide methodological expertise on study design and data collection.
Education: B.A. in math, statistics, quantitative health or social sciences, or other relevant field
Type and Years of Experience: Minimum of 3 years’ of increasingly responsible and relevant experience in study design, and research data management and analysis; preferably in firearm violence or other injury control research.
ADDITIONAL REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
HIPRC’s Return to Learn program, which supports school implementation of a program supporting students returning after a concussion diagnosis, is seeking a research coordinator.
The Research Coordinator (Req #170939) will independently manage the day to day research study, including internal and external communications, data management, recruiting participant schools, tracking school participation, and scheduling team meetings.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in public health, education, health sciences or related field
Type and Years of Experience: One to two years’ experience in public health, medicine, research or equivalent education and/or experience
OTHER REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
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