1) Coordinate major activities of the Health Lab, a research center conducting rigorous scientific inquiry to address fundamental urban health challenges, particularly for the most vulnerable members of society.
2) Cultivate and manage key stakeholder relationships to advance the Health Labâ™s mission including with health policymakers, community-based nonprofits, scholars, public agencies, hospital leaders, and philanthropists.
3) Develop and implement a robust fundraising initiative to diversify sources of revenue and raise funds from federal, local, and private sources.
4) Act as principal spokesperson for the Health Lab, including outreach and communications.
5) Manage Health Lab budget and supervise Health Lab staff.
1) The ideal candidate will be an effective and energetic leader, who has passion and expertise in social determinants of health, healthcare delivery, and criminal justice, as well as a knowledge of rigorous research methods.
2) The ideal candidate will also show a commitment to working with community partners and government agencies. Â
1)Master's degree or PhD in public health, economics, sociology, public policy or other relevant social/mathematical science field.
1)A minimum of five yearâ™s progressively responsible work experience and management in the public or non-profit sector.
2) Experience working on field experiments.
3) Familiarity with randomized controlled trials
2) Cover letter
3) Writing Sample
4) Reference Contact Information
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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