Research Assistant Professor

at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chica in Lake Forest, Illinois, United States

Job Description

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago provides superior pediatric care in a setting that offers the latest benefits and innovations in medical technology, research and family-friendly design. As the largest pediatric provider in the region with a 140-year legacy of excellence, kids and their families are at the center of all we do. Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago is ranked in all 10 specialties by the U.S. News & World Report. Location680 Lake Shore Drive Job Description K.S.A.'s: Hold a terminal degree (PhD, MD, DO, or their equivalent) and have completed at least two years of postdoctoral training in an appropriate area or have 8 years of work experience in the field. Advanced computer skills including familiarity with Microsoft Office and applicable statistical software required. Experience working with PreK - 12th grade age children in school, child welfare, healthcare or mental health setting is required. School-based experience preferred. Demonstrated experience and proficiency with program evaluation including managing, organizing, and evaluating large datasets. Strong foundation in qualitative methods and/or quantitative methods, and educational psychology research, particularly as it relates to the study of child mental health disparities and evaluation of community-based programs. Proficiency with use of statistical programming software and the management and statistical analysis of complex and clinical databases for mental health/public health research. Possess an excellent command of the English language; medical and scientific terminology required. Organizational skills: Ability to establish priorities and react promptly to a large variety of requests and needs, sometimes in stressful situations. Job Duties: Contributes intellectually and strategically to the development of thematic research and evaluation projects related to CCR school-based initiatives. Collaborates with CCR leadership, staff, and community partners to apply research methods and data analytics to develop and implement effective ways to evaluate impact of CCR's programs and initiatives. Partners include external school and community health programs, clinicians and public health experts, researchers, community-based organizations and others. Oversees evaluation of CCR programs, including evaluation design, execution, data collection, analysis, and reporting. Including oversight of data collection, analysis and grant reporting needs to CCR and community partners, researchers, and other groups and individuals. Provides statistical, evaluation, research, and technical expertise to advance CCR's initiatives. Participates in the conception, design, and execution of new research projects in the realm of community child mental health, including hybrid effectiveness-implementation research, and intervention development. Consult on and assist with development of qualitative analytical methods and conduct or supervise analyses for research studies conducted by other members of the CCR team or in the Department of Psychiatry. Oversees the CCR research and evaluation team including research assistants and research postdoctoral students Collaborates with CCR team to publish research manuscripts, scientific review articles, and book chapters. Presents research findings at regional, national, and international scientific meetings. Identifies relevant and accessible ways (e.g., papers, briefs, infographics, and mapping) to present data to meet CCR's and partners' data needs, including end-of-year reports. Partners include external school and community health programs, clinicians and public health experts, researchers, community-based organizations, and others. Collaborates with CCR leadership and staff to lead, facilitate and track completion of grant submissions, ongoing research projects, presentations, and publications to disseminate the work of CCR. Works with Hospital Institutional Review Board (IRB) and related groups to submit study protocols and ensure that study protocols are in compliance with appropriate rules and regulations, and reviews study progress and recommends revisions as necessary to better meet needs of sponsors. Participates in dissemination and quality improvement evaluation/research of program implementation and impact. Contributes to and participates in national conferences and training summits including collaborating on and submitting abstracts, presentations, posters and symposiums. Assists with philanthropic, government, and research grants, including grant and proposal writing, reporting, and budget development and monitoring deliverables, and maintaining relationships with funding sources. Consults to school district, community and other agency leaders and staff to establish progress monitoring and evaluation systems for social-emotional learning and behavioral health... For full info follow application link. EEO/AA Employer/Vets/Disability
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Job Posting: 11497118

Posted On: Dec 03, 2023

Updated On: Dec 28, 2023

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