Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Associate in the Department of Global Health and Population
Postdoctoral Fellows/Research Associates in the Department of Global Health and Population
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Global Health and Population
The Willows Reproductive Health Research Project in the Department of Global Health and Population at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health invites applications from candidates for Postdoctoral Research Fellow/Research Associate positions from June 1, 2017. The project is planned to run for six years. Appointments will initially be for one year with the potential for renewal.
The successful candidate will contribute to research evaluating the implementation and impact of Reproductive Health Programs in treatment and control sties in Ghana, Pakistan, Tanzania and Turkey. The work will involve designing data collection instruments, monitoring data collection and quality in the field; and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data.
Working under the guidance of Principal Research Scientist Iqbal Shah and Professor David Canning, the Fellows/Associates will be expected to participate actively in research, writing, and the dissemination of results.
Candidates should hold a doctoral degree in a relevant field, such as global health, demography, economics, sociology, or epidemiology. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated excellence in research in program evaluation.
Applicants for the Research Associate position should have a record of publications showing their potential for scholarship and will usually have completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship or equivalent experience.
Experience of primary data collection, particularly in the countries to be studied, and familiarity with reproductive health and family planning programs is desirable. Expertise in either qualitative or quantitative methods or, preferably, in both is desirable.
These positions will be a term appointment from June 1, 2017 for one year with the potential for renewal.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, CV, graduate transcripts, letters of reference, and a sample of published or unpublished work (journal length article) through the ARIES application system.
Applications will be accepted starting 3/31/17.
PPIUD Project Coordinator
Department of Global Health and Population
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Applicant Documents Required Documents
- Curriculum Vitae
- Cover Letter
- Paper 1