The research associate will assist with data, research, and evaluation activities for Children’s Trust. Key responsibilities include supporting the agency’s efforts to make data-driven decisions; engage in research activities to impact programs, practice, and policies; and ensure programs are meeting fidelity standards, achieving outcomes, and impacting the agency’s mission. The research associate will report directly to and carry forward the tasks and initiatives as outlined by the senior director of community impact.
Have a master’s degree in related field such as public health, community psychology, social work, etc. Doctoral level graduate program student is preferred.
Experience working with data, research, and/or evaluation.
Experience with Microsoft Office and data analysis software packages (i.e., SPSS, SAS, or Stata).
Strong foundational knowledge of health promotion and primary prevention.
Children’s Trust provides a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, life, short-term and long-term disability, matching voluntary deferred compensation, and paid time off and holidays.
$ 43,349 - $60,689
Min: $50,019 Max: $54,019
You can find out more about our mission at www.scchildren.org. A more complete description of this position can be found at www.scchildren.org/employment.
- Data Analysis
- Enterprise Application Software
- Health Promotion
- Microsoft Office
- Public Health