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Job Opportunities

Please see below for open positions at The Mongan Institute. Please check our website periodically for job opportunities in the future.

Executive Staff Assistant - Equity and Inclusion - (3107584)

Description

In May 2019, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) created a new position of Vice President and Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer. The responsibilities of this role are to oversee MGH’s efforts focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion across all four pillars of its mission—clinical care, research, training, and community health. The role will also serve to foster a welcoming and respectful environment for all employees at MGH, and patients at MGH. The Executive Assistant will have the exciting opportunity to join the team leading this effort as it begins. They will report to the Vice President, as well as the new Administrative Director of this effort, and provide support to them and to the entire portfolio of work in this area. Given the Vice President position has just been developed, new governance and additional reporting relationships are being assigned in the months to come. To date, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, the Disparities Solutions Center, the Community Access, Recruitment and Engagement Research Center, and representatives from Patient Care Services report to the Vice President. The Executive Assistant will serve as the coordinator and key link between these leaders, this work, and the broader MGH community. The ideal candidate will be able to work effectively and professionally in collaboration with diverse groups of people, including leaders at MGH, and will demonstrate strong organizational, administrative, and oral and written communication skills. They will also have lived experience, past experience, or a passion for work related to diversity, equity and inclusion.

 
 

Clinical Research Coordinator II - MGH-Health Decisions Sciences - (3107612)

The Health Decision Sciences Center is hiring a new Clinical Research Coordinator II. This is an exciting opportunity for an entry- to mid-level research assistant who is interested in working on shared decision making and patient-centered research projects. Interested candidates should apply online https://www.massgeneral.org/careers/jobsearch.aspx to I#: 3107612 and can also send a cover letter and resume directly to the study team at: decisions@partners.org​

GENERAL SUMMARY/OVERVIEW STATEMENT

This is an exciting opportunity for an entry- to mid-level research assistant who is interested in working on shared decision making and patient-centered research projects.  Under the supervision of the Project Manager and Director and according to established policies, procedures, and detailed instructions, the incumbent will serve as Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) within the Health Decision Sciences Center (HDSC).  This position is funded through external grants including the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).

The CRC will be involved in activities supporting research studies on shared decision making.  The PCORI grant is a comparative effectiveness study of different training interventions to enhance the quality of conversations between doctors and patients about colorectal cancer screening. The study will advance our understanding of how to best support clinicians in communicating with their older patients about colorectal cancer screening options.

 

Staff Assistant II: Recruiting and Training Coordinator - (3106983)

The Medical Practice Evaluation Center is searching for a new Staff Assistant II: Recruiting and Training Coordinator.  This is an exciting opportunity for an entry-level administrator who is interested in recruitment, HR, meeting coordination, and center operations.

GENERAL SUMMARY/OVERVIEW STATEMENT

The Medical Practice Evaluation Center (MPEC) is seeking a 32-40 hour/week Staff Assistant II, Recruitment and Training Coordinator to join our team. The incumbent will be an integral member of the administrative team, leading efforts to recruit and successfully on-board new personnel, and will be essential to the smooth operations of the Center.

Interested candidates should apply via www.massgeneral.org/careers.

** When applying, please upload a resume along with a cover letter. **

For more information regarding our group, please visit http://www.massgeneral.org/mpec/.​

Research Staff Scientist - Medical Practice Evaluation Center - (3108869)

The Medical Practice Evaluation Center (MPEC) has an opportunity for an enthusiastic and energetic individual to join our research team investigating the clinical and economic value of alternative strategies of HIV treatment and prevention, as well as modeling other diseases. The position is with an internationally-recognized, multidisciplinary team from Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Yale School of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and multiple international institutions.  Together, the group studies the clinical impact and cost-effectiveness of various prevention and treatment options for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis,  diabetes, cardiovascular, and other diseases, in collaboration with researchers in the US, as well as in a range of international settings, including Botswana, Brazil, Côte d’Ivoire, France, India, Mozambique, South Africa, Thailand, and Zimbabwe. 

The candidate should be highly motivated with extensive experience in quantitative methods, independent mathematical model development, parameterization, and debugging.  The position offers a stimulating and multidisciplinary environment and the opportunity to contribute to the development of the NIH-funded Cost-effectiveness of Preventing AIDS Complications (CEPAC) microsimulation model, and potentially other disease models. The primary responsibilities of this individual will be to assist with model refinement and extension, to conduct CEPAC model-based cost-effectiveness analyses, to lead in abstract presentation and manuscript preparation, to present research findings, and to assist with grant submissions.  There are multiple possibilities for interaction with other researchers in Boston, as well as collaboration with many national and international research groups and institutions.    

Interested candidates should apply via www.massgeneral.org/careers.

** When applying, please upload a resume along with a cover letter. **

For more information regarding our group, please visit http://www.massgeneral.org/mpec/.​

 

Research Specialist - Medical Practice Evaluation Center - (3108867)

The Medical Practice Evaluation Center (MPEC) has an opportunity for an enthusiastic and energetic individual to join our research team investigating the clinical and economic value of alternative strategies of HIV treatment and prevention, as well as modeling other diseases. The position is with aninternationally-recognized, multidisciplinary team from Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Yale School of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and multiple international institutions. Together, the group studies the clinical impact and cost-effectiveness of various prevention and treatment options for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, diabetes, cardiovascular, and other diseases, in collaboration with researchers in the US, as well as in a range of international settings, including Botswana, Brazil, Côte d’Ivoire, France, India, Mozambique, South Africa, Thailand, and Zimbabwe.

The candidate should be highly motivated, with experience in quantitative methods and public health research. Ideally, the candidate will have experience in mathematical model development, parameterization, and debugging. The position offers a stimulating, collaborative, and multidisciplinary environment and the opportunity to contribute to the development of the NIH-funded Cost-effectiveness of Preventing AID Complications (CEPAC) microsimulation model, and potentially other disease models. The primary responsibilities of this individual will be to help design and conduct model-based cost-effectiveness analyses, lead in abstract presentation and manuscript preparation, assist with model refinement and expansion, and contribute to new proposals and grant preparation. There are multiple possibilities for collaboration with other researchers in Boston, as well as with many national and international research groups and institutions.

Interested candidates should apply via www.massgeneral.org/careers.

** When applying, please upload a resume along with a cover letter. **

For more information regarding our group, please visit http://www.massgeneral.org/mpec/.​

 

Grant Coordinator - Medical Practice Evaluation Center - (3111004)

The Massachusetts General Hospital’s Medical Practice Evaluation Center (MPEC) is seeking a full-time Grant Coordinator to facilitate management of the Center’s sponsored research portfolio throughout the award life-cycle.  The incumbent will ensure the successful execution of sponsored awards in compliance with institutional and NIH/foundation policies and procedures and will provide oversight of existing MPEC assets.

Interested candidates should apply via www.massgeneral.org/careers.

** When applying, please upload a resume along with a cover letter. **

For more information regarding our group, please visit http://www.massgeneral.org/mpec/.​

 

Post-Doctoral Fellow - Medical Practice Evaluation Center - (3112800)

The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Medical Practice Evaluation Center is comprised of Harvard Medical School Research Faculty who direct a large portfolio of National Institutes of Health-funded biomedical research. The multi-disciplinary research program spans cost-effectiveness modeling, clinical trials, social science and translational research, and has an over-arching mission of improving health and quality of life for global populations. By leveraging the 200-year legacy of leadership and innovation at MGH and long-standing, bidirectional global partnerships, MGH Global Health and its partners employ a generation-spanning perspective to enhance care for the world’s most vulnerable populations and to identify and develop future leaders in global health academics.

This job posting seeks a highly-qualified, post-doctoral researcher with experience in field epidemiology and a career interest in global aging research. The incumbent will lead implementation of an innovative, multi-disciplinary, and NIH R01-funded research program focused on the effects of HIV on aging in sub-Saharan Africa. The goal of the research program is to use mixed methods research to elucidate the contributions of HIV infection to health, quality of life, and wellbeing among older-aged persons in rural Uganda. Specifically, we will use qualitative interview methods, longitudinal cohort designs, and intervention design methods in concert with social, physical, and cellular functioning data to promote wellbeing for older individuals in rural Uganda. Primary responsibilities will include field epidemiologic work, specifically: study design and implementation, study staff oversight, and academic productivity such as quantitative data analysis, manuscript production, and dissemination of findings. The position will include residence in or frequent travel to Uganda, for a minimum of 3-6 months per year. The position will include opportunities for leadership in analysis and manuscript writing, and candidates interested in leveraging this position to launch an independent research career in academic research will be prioritized. Relatedly, the right candidate may have the opportunity to pursue an appointment in the Department of Medicine at Harvard Medical School in the future. There are multiple possibilities for interaction with other researchers at the MGH, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, as well as partnership with our international research collaborators.

Interested candidates should apply via www.massgeneral.org/careers.

** When applying, please upload a resume along with a cover letter. **

For more information regarding our group, please visit http://www.massgeneral.org/mpec/.​