Deadline May 28, 2017
1 position commencing ASAP
Reporting to the Foundational Standards Manager, the student will be responsible for identifying, analysing and interpreting quantitative trends for a variety of public health topics. This work will include data gathering and analysis, as well as development of both statistical and narrative reports.
Projects may include:
- Reporting on local social determinants of health indicators,
- Program evaluation of newly expanded public health services,
- Environmental scan and client needs assessment in clinical programs,
- Literature review of best practice clinical benchmarks, and
- Creating quantitative school health reports.
The successful applicant is a Graduate-level (i.e. Masters) student in a health-related (or transferable) discipline with demonstrated data analysis skills and critical thinking skills. They have sound problem-solving and time management skills along with a strong knowledge of evaluation and epidemiological methods.
Additional requirements include:
- Knowledge of statistical analysis and experience using statistical packages for analysing large datasets (e.g. Excel, SPSS, SAS, etc.);
- Exceptional oral and written communications skills;
- Excellent organizational skills;
- Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite;
- Computer skills experience using the internet for research; and
- A valid driver’s licence and use of a vehicle.
Normal hours of the positions are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and some flexible hours required.
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