Essential Functions: Demonstrate specialized skills in environmental health science technology including proficiency with data visualization approaches, such as geographic information system (GIS) technology, competence in the management of complex dataset analysis, and familiarity with integrative data sharing and biostatics platforms that are relevant to environmental research.Perform the day-to-day activities of the Integrated Health Sciences Facility Core including tracking key center metrics, keeping current on Environmental Health Science topics and funding, scheduling and leading regular group meetings, maintaining the CURES website and social presence, creating the CURES newsletter, attending CURES events and interfacing with the membership and partners to advance center goals.Serve as a technical liaison between our home unit, IEHS/CURES, and the CURES P30 Center as well as NIEHS Program, other environmental team-science initiatives that are being spear-headed by IEHS/CURES, such as the P42 Superfund Research Program application entitled, "Center for Leadership in Environmental Awareness and Research," (pending NIH review).Work with environmental health science colleagues to create and maintain an operational geospatial analysis framework for the CURES IHSFC.Apply bio statistical tools and algorithms to evaluate the effectiveness and impact of CURES research and support programs.Work with mentors to create survey instruments, assist with IRB applications, perform literature searches, and publish the results of research and innovative findings related to IHSFC activities. Expand CURES capacity to link human health data to environmental exposure data by bridging this knowledge gap with other public health colleagues.Assist the CURES Administrative Core with progress reporting the tracking of CURES researchers' productivity and research progress.Act as a liaison between the CURES research and lay community and as a CURES representative within the P30 network, including attending the NIEHS annual conference and other workshops, webinars, etc.Perform other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline requiredProgram Evaluation: developing metrics, logic models, tracking, reviews, predictive modeling, course correctionStatistical analysis and modelingData visualization approaches such as geographic information system (GIS) technology Programs such as Minitab, SPSS, SAS, RWebsite management, Google AnalyticsSocial Media Platforms, Constant Contact campaigns
Internal Number: 76_206901
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