- The SMM Intern will join our team for 14-19 weeks, working 5-10 hours each week.
- Start date - As soon as you’re ready we can accommodate your class schedule so that you may work during business hours.
- You will need to upload a copy of your resume, transcripts and cover letter explaining how your skills are a good fit for this position, must have a current GPA standing of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Compensation based on education and experience
We are seeking a talented and engaged intern who is working toward a degree and wants to develop beyond the classroom!
You would be a great fit if you have excelled in courses such as or similar to: health sciences evaluation and research, maternal and child health, community health, and evaluation of published literature or systematic reviews.
In this role, you will form part of a team that will be responsible for evaluating published evidence to identify individual and community-level risk factors associated with SMM in the United States. You will evaluate the quality of a selection of full-text articles and use an established tool and process to determine whether studies meet the criteria of the established review protocol. In addition, you will have the opportunity to analyze the results of the review, develop a report of the findings, and present the review's findings to diverse stakeholders. You will also have the opportunity to co-author reports and manuscripts on the review and its findings.
You will be coached and mentored by the Bureau Chief for Assessment and Evaluation, and/or others on the team by collaborating with them on group projects.
- Strong verbal and communication skills.
- Knowledge of Google Workspace, including Google Sites, Forms, Docs, Sheets, Slides and Drive.
- Knowledge of MS Office Suite, including Word and Excel.
- Experience reviewing published articles
- Critical thinking ability
- Effective communication skills
- Time management, organization, planning, and problem-solving skills
- Ability to troubleshoot and identify potential technical challenges.
- Understanding of how to conduct a systematic review.
- Knowledge and awareness of different methods to assess the quality of published evidence
- Knowledge of sever maternal morbidity and mortality
- Enhance critical thinking and writing abilities
- Fundamental data analysis skills as relevant to literature reviews
- Opportunities to present findings to diverse audiences
- Opportunity for authorship and experience in manuscript writing
- Collaboration with a diverse team of professionals.
- Working towards a degree and strong desire to develop beyond the classroom.
- Background in community health sciences or public health
- Passion for maternal and child health
- Interest in evaluation and research
- High-performing ability with excellent time management skills
- Demonstrated excellent writing ability
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