Qualitative Senior Professional Research Assistant
This position is responsible for coordinating qualitative data collection, analysis and reporting under the guidance of a qualitative methodologist. This position will provide research support to investigators by assisting with implementing qualitative research protocols on a variety of research projects. The position may also involve assisting with ACCORDS programmatic needs, such as staffing, budget management, and other duties as determined by ACCORD's Director, Dr. Allison Kempe. The ideal candidate will have experience and training in qualitative research design, analysis and presentation of results, and experience with developing and submitting institutional review board protocols with pragmatic trial or health services research design.
Training Program Senior Professional Research Assistant
This SrPRA position exists to provide research support to principal investigators/fellowship directors, co-directors and scholars. The selected candidate will be the project manager on multiple research training programs, including the PCOR Scholars Program, SCORE Fellowship, the Colorado Innovative Health Research and Leadership Training Program, and the IMPACT K12 Training Program. This person will coordinate and assist with all activities related to the training programs and will have responsibility for day-to-day oversight of research training programs. He or she will be responsible for the timelines to accomplish specified activities and tasks and the coordination of activities for research training fellowships. He or she will meet regularly with the Program Directors and co-directors to plan and execute the educational components of the training programs.
Qualitative Assisntant Professor
This position is within the Qualitative Research Core within ACCORDS, and thus requires health-related research experience and expertise in qualitative research methods. Specific areas of interest include in-depth and key informant interviews and focus group methods as well as expertise in qualitative research design, data collection, analysis, and interpretation. The position will involve consulting with faculty on qualitative research methods, grant applications and publications.
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: (1) participating in collaborative research, including grant and paper writing, developing and conducting qualitative analyses, overseeing and directing professional research assistants conducting qualitative research; (2) teaching and mentoring fellows and junior faculty in ACCORDS programs; (3) developing and seeking funding for his/her research in a focused area of interest. The rank of appointment within the Division of Healthcare Policy and Research will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Biostatistics Research Associate
The Department of Biostatistics and Informatics (BIOS) at the Colorado School of Public (ColoradoSPH) Health has an opening for a full-time (?) Research Associate / Biostatistician. While this position will be appointed in the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics (BIOS) it will be primarily based at ACCORDS– the Adult and Child Consortium for Health Outcomes Research and Delivery Science – a program that is jointly funded by the School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital Colorado to support the growth of outcomes and T3-T4 translational research. ACCORDS serves as a center for health care professionals, researchers and biostatisticians from across the University to pool skills and talents to pursue health outcomes research and education. In addition, ACCORDS fosters strong research and educational collaborations with external partners including Denver Health, Kaiser Permanente, the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment and other health care delivery systems and many community organizations. ACCORDS has programs in Dissemination and Implementation Science, Education, and Community Engagement and Outreach, as well as Methodological Cores in Qualitative Science, Practice-based Research Networks, Biostatistics for Health Services Research, Analytic Health Information Technology and mobile health.
The Research Associate is a key research-faculty position in the Department. A Research Associate is expected to provide high-level, professional and scientifically rigorous biostatistics consulting and collaboration support to biomedical and health outcomes researchers at UCD. They are expected to become a significant contributor in their collaborations, partnering to define and shape the research direction of the team. A person in this position works with investigators on the design and analytical aspects of the research process, including: design of new studies, structuring data collection systems, the application of state-of-the-art statistical methodologies, analyses, and preparation of abstracts, oral and poster presentations, and scientific manuscripts. Depending on the particular collaborations interesting biostatistics research opportunities may arise; although it is not the emphasis of the position.
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