Reporting to the Data Management and Informatics Lead, PHIA Project, the Student Assistant is responsible for supporting the PHIA Project with a range of tasks, including return of participant results, data analysis, testing of questionnaires and other survey tools on tablets, review of study instruments for consistency, investigation of new technologies, development of standard operating procedures, and preparation of reports and presentations for donors.
Run and improve reports for return of participant lab results (20%)
Test questionnaires and other survey tools on tablets (5%)
Review study instruments for consistency (including language consistency, skip patterns and constraints in questionnaires) (5%)
Assist with dataset cleaning and data management (20%)
Conduct basic data analyses (20%)
Summarize data in written formats for donor reports (15%)
Excellent attention to detail and strong formatting skills using the Microsoft Office Suite
Understanding of public health, preferably including global HIV/AIDS
Knowledge of data cleaning methods
Master of Public Health
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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Internal Number: 514475
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