Newborn Health Research Fellow Jobs at Save the Children
The Emergency Health team at Save the Children is currently conducting research to test the feasibility and effectiveness of implementing the Newborn Health in Humanitarian Settings field guide.
Save the Children in collaboration with UNICEF, CDC, Women’s Refugee Committee and other key humanitarian actors have developed the Newborn Health in Humanitarian Settings Field Guide, a newborn health in humanitarian settings field package.
Medical Job Responsibilities
- Collaborate with Somalia team and mentor study collectors and country office staff in data collection/cleaning, data entry and research methodologies
- Review and clean all incoming data to ensure completeness and quality and notify team when there are concerns
- Work with statistician at a partner academic institution to analyze endline data
- Write a preliminary report on the findings of the endline study
Requirements for the Medical Job
- Coursework and/or experience in program planning, research design, data collection, data analysis
Coursework and/or experience in data entry and analysis software (STATA, SPSS, SAS, GIS)
- Prior experience working in development settings and a desire to work in and experience humanitarian settings is preferred.
- Prior experience conducting research in a field setting
- Clinical experience (midwife, MD, RN) would be a bonus, but is not required
- Excellent organizational and time management skills; detail oriented
- Proficient in Microsoft Office.
- To be classified as a fellow: an individual must be enrolled in a relevant graduate or post-graduate academic program and able to receive credit from his/her college or institution. (Minimum requirement is a letter of support and documentation is required only after a fellowship is offered.)
- Please attach resume and cover letter to your application.
How to Apply