Children Without Worms is looking for a Research Admin Coordinator. Please click here to view the full description.
The position will support technical initiatives and operational functions of CWW:
Clean data and assist with data analyses based on CWW-developed, population-based program monitoring and epidemiologic surveys.
Create maps, using GIS data, and conduct other requested geospatial analyses based on the aforementioned program monitoring and epidemiologic surveys.
Conduct quantitative data analyses to determine the status of performance indicators for national STH control programs.
Draft reports and PowerPoint presentations to succinctly and clearly communicate to intended audiences the key results of aforementioned data analyses.
Help conduct a systematic literature review to identify and analyze datasets that can be used to assess the relationship between prevalence and intensity of STH infection and seasonal conditions in endemic areas.
Assist creating and revising procedures for the use of electronic data collection devices during CWW-developed, population-based program monitoring and epidemiologic surveys.
Assist with the review of national STH program monitoring needs and help implement efforts to strengthen the capacity of the programs to effectively manage and use program data.
Analyze publically available (e.g. World Health Organization) data to determine the status of global STH control efforts. Draft reports based on the same.
General & Operational
Provide operational support to a project which will build sustainable epidemiologic capacity within two national STH control programs. Capacity building will occur through trained epidemiologists.
Provide operational support to a project which will create, disseminate, and support the implementation of a standardized monitoring & evaluation framework for national STH control programs.
Track key CWW program outputs for use in donor reporting; assist in reporting of activities to donors.
Perform others duties as required and/or assigned by the direct supervisor(s).
TRAVEL: 5 – 10% international and domestic.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in a related science field or business management, OR an equivalent combination of experience, education, and training.
Note: An approved CAS Exception is required for anyone who is charged with a federal grant or contract under this job code.
Master’s degree in public health or a related field.
At least three years of experience collecting and analyzing epidemiologic data.
At least two years of experience in global health program implementation.
At least two years of experience in providing operational support.
Demonstrated ability to conduct geospatial analysis/mapping using ArcGIS.
Proficiency using statistical analysis software (e.g. SAS, STATA, SPSS, Epi