Salary: $16.09 - $22.12
Department: Health, Behavior & Society
Work Schedule/Hours: Varies
Location: East Baltimore Campus
Personnel area: School of Public Health
The Department of Health, Behavior & Society is currently seeking a Research Assistant to perform the following:
- Provide support for a study on HIV retention in care and employment.
- Provide HIV linkage and retention in care outreach services.
- Develop and evaluate programs that integrate health and leadership/employment.
- Assist with a needs assessment.
- Develop data collection instruments.
- Read qualitative transcripts,
- Conduct data analysis.
Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:
- In-depth knowledge of community based organizations in Baltimore that serve people living with HIV and in depth knowledge of organizations that provide leadership/employment services.
- Previous experience as a peer navigator or outreach coordinator a plus.
- Background as a trainer, peer leader, or mentor.
- First-hand experience with vocational counseling services a plus.
Bachelor’s degree in related discipline with some related experience.
- Experience working with community based organizations in Baltimore, including those that serve the LGBTQ community to develop and evaluate public health programs.
- Experience working with and developing programs for LGBTQ men ages 24+.
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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