Public Health Researcher - Menstrual Health Management Campaign
Project Kilimanjaro is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works to co-design innovative and culturally sensitive solutions in healthcare technology and education to decrease healthcare inequity in underserved communities.
Project Kilimanjaro is interested in developing a menstrual health management program to implement within India that helps decrease the impact of social stigma on menstruation products as well as allows for an increased understanding of women's health. We hope to give young women in India opportunities for economic development within our programs and greater ownership over the innovation of healthcare technology.
This research study is based in Maharashtra, India and will involve quantitative and quantitative research design to test and build efficacy of our programs at Project Kilimanjaro in India.
What we are looking for:
Implementing study protocols
Submitting proposals/documents to the Executive Team
Assisting with data entry and data management
Organizing and participating in study-related meetings
Conducting medical record eligibility screens and assisting in patient recruitment
Maintaining research-related files and regulatory materials
Assisting with the preparation of manuscripts, grant applications, and reports to funding agencies
Assisting with the preparation of scientific abstracts, posters, and PowerPoint presentations
Conducting literature reviews and synthesizing relevant data
Providing general administrative support to all project members
B.A./B.S. degree required.
The ideal candidate will have exceptionally strong research skills, demonstrated ability to produce clear and compelling summary materials, plus knowledge of women's health and/or health equity.
Experience with health research, including health care and medical journals
Strict attention to detail and strong organizational skills
Ability to take direction and ask questions
Mastery of Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets.
Ability to write clearly and present complex information to general audiences.
Prior experience in quantitative and qualitative research preferred but not required, including database design, maintenance, thematic coding of qualitative data, survey design, administration, and quantitative analysis.
Women's health experience desirable.
Comfortable communicating about gender-based disparities and advocating for female equity
This will be a contractual position.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. Please include a resume and writing sample (5 pages or less) and two professional references. send materials to email@example.com
Project Kilimanjaro is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to racial equity and social justice. We make a particular effort to recruit people of color to apply for open positions. People of color, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, and people with other marginalized identities are encouraged to apply. Please see EEO is the Law and Equal Employment Opportunity for more information.
About PROJECT KILIMANJARO
5816 CHESTERFIELD CT, SAN JOSE, CA 95138, US
To promote the health and wellness of women and children internationally through sustainable community development, global cooperation, and cultural understanding.
Project Kilimanjaro is a non-profit organization that promotes the health and wellness of women and children internationally. Based in San Diego, California, students and professionals alike work together to raise awareness and funds about ongoing projects in Tanzania that focus on the HIV/AIDS crisis, as well as the lack of menstrual health management, accessible first-aid resources, and clean water in Maasai villages in the Longido District. With a diverse set of volunteers coming from North America, European Union, Australia, and Asia we work to ensure sustainable community development, global cooperation, and a greater sense of cultural understanding to bridge the divide between international communities. Visit our website www.projectkiliforkids.org to learn more!