Interviewer / Recruiter

Req Number: 48707BR

Location: 550 16th St. – Mission Hall – Mission Bay

Department Name: Medicine—Prevention Science

Work Days: Variable hours – Monday – Friday with some evenings / Saturdays required

Under the direction and supervision of the Principal Investigator (PI) and the Project Director (PD), the Interviewer / Recruiter (Survey Researcher II) will conduct data collection and participant recruitment activities for the DuoPACT study. DuoPACT is a five-year NIH-funded randomized clinical trial of a behavioral intervention to improve engagement in HIV care for same-sex male couples.

The Interviewer / Recruiters primary responsibilities will be 1) participant recruitment: implementing outreach activities and recruitment strategies, preparing and distributing outreach materials, developing and maintaining referral options for ineligible participants, maintaining the study’s recruitment database, providing recruitment reports to the project team; 2) data collection: conducting phone screenings, scheduling and conducting consent protocols and survey interviews, arranging phlebotomy visits, maintaining participant files; 3) participant retention: reminder calls and emails, monthly check-ins, and 4) other assessment-related duties as assigned by the PI and PD, e.g., performing data entry, cleaning and coding data, attending and participating in assessment team meetings.

Research Data Analyst

Req Number: 48681BR

Location: 550 16th St. – Mission Hall – Mission Bay

Department Name: Medicine—Prevention Science

Work Days: TBD – Percentage: 50% (part-time)

The Research Data Analyst uses skills as a seasoned, experienced research professional with a full understanding of in-depth statistical analyses. Demonstrates good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions

The Research Data Analyst will be responsible for analyzing cross-sectional and longitudinal results from several NIH funded research projects with field-work in India, on the topics of ART adherence, HIV stigma among health care providers, and the co-morbidity of depression/anxiety and chronic non-communicable disease. This includes identifying the appropriate multivariable statistical method(s) to answer the research question, as well as writing up the description of the analyses and results for manuscripts for submission to peer-reviewed journals. When necessary, the Research Data Analyst will contribute to other aspects of manuscript preparation such as literature reviews and summaries.

Please note: This is a part time limited appointment with the end date on June 30, 2018.

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