The RA position supports research activities involving health economics and cost-effectiveness analyses. Activities include but are not limited to review and summary of literature, data preparation and analysis, and assisting with the preparation of manuscripts and presentations. The position requires strong writing and organizational skills. The RA must be able to work independently and handle competing demands in order to meet project deadlines. The RA will be supervised by CEVR faculty and senior research staff.
- Conducting literature searches and developing written literature summaries.
- Assisting with manuscript and grant application preparation, including the drafting of text, preparation of tables and figures, and preparation of bibliographies.
- Assisting with the drafting of presentations, including the creation of graphs and figures.
- Assisting with other research activities (e.g., development of questionnaires and data collection forms).
- Bachelor degree in a quantitative or scientific field with an interest in health policy. Economics degree a plus.
- Some research experience, preferably in an academic, research or medical setting is a plus.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Strong computer skills, including proficiency with MS Office (Word, Excel and Power Point) and familiarity with databases (e.g., experience using MS Access). Computer programming skills are a plus.
- Ability to work both independently with limited supervision as well as in a collaborative team environment.
- Ability to multi-task and prioritize responsibilities appropriately.
- Strong organizational skills and attentive to details.
To apply for the position, email a resume and cover letter to Julie Crowe.