Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in healthcare, public health, human services or related field. Masters in public health or related field preferred.
A minimum of one to five years experience in a research capacity or related experience indicating ability to communicate with people, work in a team environment, work with minimal supervision, to work with a variety of computer software programs, and to be receptive to variety of duties to support projects.
Knowledge of research methodology and protocols. Intermediate skills using software applications including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio and Access. Strong oral and written communication skills. Proficient in extracting and compiling a range of data from written sources, from individuals by asking questions or from one or several given databases, limited interpretation of data. Summarizes, revises or makes limited use of complex, technical or specialized literature. Must demonstrate excellent organizational ability, attention to detail and knowledge of research process. Use of one or several standard reference works (such as endnotes). Incumbent plans and schedules own work and occasionally provides work guidance or orientation for non-routine procedures and policies. Experience working in a team environment. Familiarity with medical terminology.