Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Remote Part Time (5-7 hours a week) Pay Rate: $15-20/hour
Assist with grant requirements such as reporting; data entry, management, and analysis; projections, and other tasks (14%)
Develop and maintain various documents and online systems (29%)
Communicate with HIV related organizations and healthcare professions and organize and/or attend online meetings related to HIV care and prevention, as well provide notes for these meetings (14%)
Remote event design, promotion, planning, tracking, evaluation and reporting (14%)
Research and analysis complex dynamics, situations, and topics and develop into resources and guides for key stakeholders (29%)
The Division of Epidemiology and Community Health in the School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, is seeking 12.5-17.5% time (5-7 hours a week) Remote Project Assistant to assist on multiple HRSA funded projects focusing on providing health care professionals involved in the field of HIV clinical care and management with up to date educational and technical assistance opportunities through seminars, intensive clinical support, interprofessional education, and Minority AIDS initiatives.
The ideal candidate will be someone with passion to pursue a career in public health infectious disease and improve HIV prevention/treatment and health disparities in Minnesota and the United States through a community facing and highly targeted approach.
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
BA/BS or combination of related education and work experience equal to four years in social science, public health, or a related field
Comfort with and sensitivity to many lifestyles, cultures, and communities including HIV+ adults, men who have sex with men, and rural or native populations
Excellent written/oral communication and interpersonal skills, strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment
Interest and/or experience with HIV related education and technical assistance
Ability to maintain a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends
Strong computer and software-related skills (e.g. Microsoft office suite, google drive, qualtrics, Zoom and other video meeting platforms etc.)
A functioning remote work set-up including computer and phone as well as Internet access is the responsibility of the employee
MPH or combination of related education and work experience equal to six years in social science, public health, or a related field
Previous experience with project management related to infectious disease or HIV/AIDS
Experience working with target populations that demonstrates sensitivity to many lifestyles, cultures, and communities including HIV+ adults, men who have sex with men, and rural or native populations
Ability to multi-task and handle multiple ongoing projects
Internal Number: 337884
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