Career Opportunities


Brigham and Women's Hospital in Gastroenterology

The Research Assistant I (RAI) works with the research study investigators to coordinate subject recruitment, clinical data and sample collection, study related communications, and IRB submissions for designated projects. The RAI is responsible for evaluating and tracking the recruitment process including outcomes, expenditures, and reporting to investigators on outcomes related to study progress. The assistant must conduct all study related activities according to HIPAA and IRB guidelines. 

Additional responsibilities include working in close contact with gastroenterologists, research staff, clinical staff, Partners’ Institutional Review Board (IRB), and fiscal/legal groups within and outside of Partners, as necessary. Excellent communication (oral and written), phone, and computer skills are necessary. Working independently and under general supervision from the study investigators, provides support to clinical research studies. May be responsible for the following activities: developing and implementing strategies for improving study logistics and execution, recommending changes to protocols, and completing administrative duties.

This position includes significant patient contact.

View full job description and to apply here.

Deadline: May 6, 2019
Posted: 6 days 13 hours ago

CommunicateHealth, Inc.

CommunicateHealth is a mission-based consulting company that helps public and private sector organizations simplify health information. We design healthcare services, personal health tools, public health and emergency communications, and innovative interactive media. We employ a talented team of plain language writers, designers, developers, researchers, and usability specialists dedicated to creating health information and services that are attractive and easy to use. Check out the several different positions that are available at CommunicateHealth, Inc.

  • Web Associate
  • Digital Project Manager
  • Health Writer
  • Social Media and Outreach Associate
  • Finance Assistant
  • Health Communication Manager
  • Drupal Developer
  • Health Communication Coordinator
  • Health Communication Associate
  • Usability Researcher
  • Internships

Interested applicants may refer here for more information.

Deadline: May 31, 2019
Posted: 2 weeks 6 days ago

Massachusetts General Hospital

Reporting to the director of the Community Psychiatry Program for Research in Implementation and Dissemination of Evidence-Based Treatments (Community Psychiatry PRIDE) at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), the program coordinator will oversee the center’s portfolio of implementation and dissemination projects. The program coordinator will be responsible for supervising lab personnel, administrative activities, and grant submissions. The person filling this role will work in conjunction with the research leadership team, which includes the director and the postdoctoral fellow, to further develop research proposals and implement community research projects. This is a position ideal for an individual interested in pursuing a career in research administration or long-term program management for a wide range of clinical trials. Bachelor’s degree required in health or business-related field. Past research and administrative experience preferred. Spanish-speaking applicants preferred. Masters preferred. 3-5 years of related experience.

See attachment for full details.

Deadline: April 6, 2019
Posted: 1 month 2 weeks ago

Boston University’s Alzheimer’s Disease and CTE Centers, Boston University School of Medicine

The Project Manager for the DIAGNOSE CTE Research Project is responsible for the overall management and day-to-day coordination of a NIH-funded, 7-year, multi-center, multidisciplinary, longitudinal clinical research study of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The primary goals of the project are to: develop methods of diagnosing CTE during life, refine and validate diagnostic criteria for the clinical diagnosis of CTE, and investigate genetic and head impact exposure risk factors for CTE.

The Project Manager reports directly to the lead principal investigator (PI), Dr. Robert Stern at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), and communicates regularly with all Co-PIs (Dr. Jeffrey Cummings, Cleveland Clinic; Dr. Eric Reiman, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute; Dr. Martha Shenton, Brigham & Women’s Hospital) and investigators and staff at performance sites in Arizona, Las Vegas, and NYC, and at other participating institutions nationwide.

To view responsibilities and qualifications, refer here.

To Apply: email a cover letter and resume to Nicole Gullotti (Assistant to Dr. Robert Stern) at

Deadline: April 5, 2019
Posted: 1 month 2 weeks ago

UMass Amherst - The Center for Women & Community (CWC)

The CWC seeks two full time Civilian Advocates for Victims of Sexual and Domestic Violence to work on-site with five area police departments, including campus and municipal departments, and area college Title IX processes. The Civilian Advocates provide crisis intervention and other services to survivors including: assessing safety risk and needs; making referrals to and collaborating with other agencies, including the legal system; and accompanying survivors to court. In addition, Advocates: consult with law enforcement; assess department training needs re: sexual assault, stalking and domestic violence; and facilitate relevant training for police officers, CWC staff, and volunteers.

Interested applicants may refer here for qualifications and the online application.

Deadline: March 31, 2019
Posted: 1 month 3 weeks ago

Simmons University

The Public Health Department at Simmons College invites applications for a full-time, contract faculty position that will serve in the role of Assistant Program Director for Simmons’ Master of Public Health in Health Equity. Responsibilities will include program development and management to support the MPH Program, along with some graduate teaching responsibilities.

This position will focus on supporting MPH program functions in collaboration with the Program Director, including admissions, marketing, and student support. The position will also support the program’s accreditation process through the design and implementation of program evaluation methods and systems, development of key partnerships and initiatives, and contributions to the accreditation self-study report. The position carries a proportional teaching load of 1-3 courses per year, offset by program development and management work. Teaching will support core MPH courses, including those associated with the Health Equity Change Project, the culminating applied practice and integrative learning experience.

For qualifications and application, view here.

Deadline: March 31, 2019
Posted: 3 months 4 weeks ago

Brigham and Women's Hospital - Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center

We are looking for highly motivated and personable Biobank Coordinator I to recruit and enroll participants into the All of Us Research Program at Brigham and Women’s, Massachusetts General Hospital, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Revere HealthCare Center, Brookside Health Center, Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center, and Chelsea Health Center.

Biobank Coordinator’s Level I will be responsible for recruitment (mail, phone, in-clinic) and enrollment (patient education, informed consent, phlebotomy, performing physical measurements, and taking vital signs) activities. This role provides exposure to multiple aspects of a large nationwide research program. The position requires periodic evening and weekend hours.

Interested applicants may contact Ashley Mici at with any questions. (Include resume if interested in the position).

Deadline: May 1, 2019
Posted: 4 months 1 week ago

Massachusetts General Hospital - Newton Wellesley Hospital

We are looking for highly motivated and personable Biobank Coordinator I to recruit and enroll participants into the All of Us Research Program at Brigham and Women’s, Massachusetts General Hospital, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Revere HealthCare Center, Brookside Health Center, Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center, and Chelsea Health Center.

Biobank Coordinator’s Level I will be responsible for recruitment (mail, phone, in-clinic) and enrollment (patient education, informed consent, phlebotomy, performing physical measurements, and taking vital signs) activities. This role provides exposure to multiple aspects of a large nationwide research program. The position requires periodic evening and weekend hours.

Interested applicants may contact Ashley Mici at with any questions. (Include resume if interested in the position). 

Deadline: May 1, 2019
Posted: 4 months 1 week ago

Epic Systems

As a Project Manager on our Implementation Services (IS) team, you'll work side-by-side with our customers to install our software, help them to lead and manage change, and ultimately transform the way they provide healthcare for about 70% of Americans. Project managers develop creative strategies to achieve a common end goal while collaborating with smart and innovative colleagues from all roles. Customers will see you as the face of Epic, and you'll form long-lasting relationships with your teams. No two days are the same - you'll never stop learning and growing. You'll have the autonomy to make important decisions while receiving support and guidance along the way. You bring your intelligence, creativity and curiosity; we'll teach you the rest.

Position is based in Madison, WI.

View entire job posting and application here.

Deadline: April 10, 2019
Posted: 4 months 2 weeks ago


The Open Door - Gloucester, MA

Paid internship, Internship date: 6/1/19 - 8/31/19

Purpose: To connect children to good food through the Summer Meals program and administer the federal Summer Food Service Program. The Open Door is a hunger relief organization in Gloucester, MA. The mission of The Open Door is to alleviate the impact of hunger in our Community. We use practical strategies to connect people to good food, to advocate on behalf of those in need, and to engage others in the work of building food security.

View full list of job duties here.

To apply: Send letter of interest and resume to

Deadline: May 31, 2019
Posted: 2 weeks 4 days ago

The Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center (MS AHC) - MAPSCorps NYC

The Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center (MS AHC) is looking for college students pursuing health-related fields to mentor youth as they map and research community assets in underserved neighborhoods throughout the Bronx, Manhattan, and Brooklyn. The data collected is used to produce an interactive online map that links youth, families, and health providers to the services they need the most (

Field Coordinators will provide leadership and monitor data collection in the field, facilitate youth development workshops, and support youth in creating community health research projects. Stipend provided is $1,440.00.

Additional Requirements & Responsibilities:

  • Critically assess how urban design impacts public health and socioeconomic disparities
  • Build relationships with local organizations, stakeholders, and the community
  • Participate in program meetings, conference calls, trainings, and the Symposium
  • Respect others’ differences
  • Be currently enrolled as a part- or full-time undergrad or grad student
  • Previous work/volunteer experience serving underrepresented communities preferred

To apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to

Deadline: April 30, 2019
Posted: 3 weeks 6 days ago

City on a Hill Charter Public Schools - Dudley Square in Roxbury, MA

This is an unpaid internship that is designed to be an educational opportunity with a focus on training, developing new skills and gaining a deeper understanding of concepts through hands-on experience. This internship may be completed for college course credit. If desired, the intern will have the opportunity to learn from and contribute to our Academic, Business, Data, Development, and Human Resources offices as well.

Intern Activities:

  • Supporting the schools’ health/wellness programs and systems.
  • Identifying and communicating the health needs of our students.
  • Promoting best practices.
  • Updating and maintaining health records.
  • Conducting research as requested by department.

Interested applicants may refer here for qualifications and application.

Deadline: June 30, 2019
Posted: 3 weeks 6 days ago


The Communities That Care Coalition - Parent Education Wokshop

Each year in September, the Parent Ed Workgroup creates a "Parent Guide" insert that is published as a supplement to the Greenfield Recorder and the Athol Daily News. The parent guide includes features on local families, articles on parenting challenges, and lists of resources for local families. We are looking for undergraduate AND graduate interns to coordinate our annual Parent Guide in the Greenfield Recorder.

We are seeking bright, outgoing, and responsible student interns to coordinate this project throughout the spring and/or summer. This is a great project for an intern because it involves working with staff from numerous human service organizations, has room for creativity, and ends with a concrete and useful physical product that is distributed to thousands of residents. The intern(s) will be asked to:

  • attend 2 or 3 Communities That Care Coalition Parent Education Workgroup meetings (approximately monthly in Greenfield),
  • be part of discussions as the group decides on a theme, article topics, and local authors for articles,
  • contact and follow-up with the authors,
  • assist with editing,
  • (optional) write an original article for the guide, and
  • work with the Greenfield Recorder on formatting the final guide. 

The Communities That Care Coalition has been working to improve the health and well-being of young people in Franklin County and the North Quabbin for the last 16 years. Our substance abuse prevention efforts have met with tremendous success – youth substance use rates have dropped steadily, we’ve been written up in the Stanford Social Innovation Review multiple times, received national awards, and spoken at the White House. Our friendly, multi-agency Parent Education Workgroup has been doing this for many years and can provide plenty of guidance to a motivated self-starter. We have had graduate and undergraduate interns work on this project in the past, and it was a successful arrangement for everyone involved.

Please contact Kat Allen at with any questions you have, or if you are interested.

Deadline: April 26, 2019
Posted: 1 month 2 days ago

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH)

The mission of MDPH is to prevent illness, injury, and premature death, to assure access to high quality public health and health care services, and to promote wellness and health equity for all people in the Commonwealth. We envision a Commonwealth in which all people enjoy optimal health.

The intern will have an opportunity to engage MDPH staff, and staff at schools and programs of public health in Massachusetts. The work will include a survey of current academic partnerships efforts within MDPH to develop a directory of existing partnerships, points of contact.

Please refer here for qualifications, responsibilities, and application.

Deadline: December 31, 2019
Posted: 2 months 2 weeks ago


Project Horseshoe Farm

Through a collaboration with Bois d’Arc Farm (“BDA Farm”), Horseshoe Farm is pleased to offer a new paid gap year (13 month) Farming, Health, and Nutrition Fellowship. The competitive Fellowship is a unique opportunity to gain hands on experience on a working organic farm and to translate this work directly to Horseshoe Farm’s cutting-edge community health programs in Greensboro, Alabama.

Two accepted Fellows will spend approximately half of their time working and learning with BDA Farm (planting and harvesting, helping with farming operations, and doing outreach work to farmers markets and partner restaurants in the region). 

To apply: Completed applications (which can be downloaded here) can be emailed to

Deadline: April 8, 2019
Posted: 2 weeks 4 days ago


School of Public Health and Health Sciences

10 hour Graduate TAs are assigned to a course section that meets 2x/week for 75 minutes.


Strong TA candidates have these attributes and experiences:

  • You have been in mentoring role and/or you have a strong interest in mentoring youth

  • You have good time management and writing skills

  • You enjoy discussing health-related topics with young people

  • You are comfortable facilitating small groups

  • You are flexible and enjoy working with others

  • You are excited to contribute to the development of a course that impacts the health behaviors of college students

TA Duties

In the classroom your primary responsibilities are to: 

  • Be an active presence at your assigned tables by facilitating discussions and activities, clarifying student questions on homework and other assignments, and serving as a resource and support to students

Outside the classroom your primary responsibilities are to: 

  • Attend a weekly TA meeting from 12:15 to 1:15PM on Wednesdays in Arnold House (must be available – no exceptions)

  • Grade your student’s written work on Blackboard offering constructive feedback following the dates on the grading calendar for each assignment

  • Take attendance and monitor your students’ electronic use during each class and enter these grades on Blackboard at the end of each week

  • Occasionally give students extra help and/or meet with them outside of class (when necessary)

  • Answer your student’s emails within 24 hours

  • Work with other graduate TAs, undergraduate teaching assistants and instructors in handling questions or concerns from students

Additional duties are to: 

  • Learn how to navigate Blackboard as student and as a grader

  • Attend a training workshop from 9-12 am on the first Saturday of the semester

  • Shadow TAs in other sections and meet with the MBMH TA responsible for TA support (once a semester, or as needed)

  • Be flexible and helpful! Each semester we are improving and experimenting with new ideas. It is important that all teaching staff be interested in learning together how to better support student learning in a collaborative setting.

Please send ALL applications/resumes to *both* Dr. Andrea Ayvazian and Dr. Dan Gerber

Download the TA application here.

Deadline: April 2, 2019
Posted: 3 months 3 weeks ago


David A. Winston Health Policy

The David A. Winston Health Policy Scholarship program identifies and supports promising young individuals currently in master’s level degree programs who are committed to the field of health policy.  Each year up to 20 $10,000 scholarships are awarded to qualified students on the basis of their academic achievement and recommendations from faculty and colleagues. Winston Scholars also join a one-day symposium on health policy in Washington, D.C. interacting with the Winston Board, former Winston Fellows, and health policy experts.

Applicants do not have to be enrolled in a health policy exclusive program. The programs welcome applicants who have a strong interest in health policy from a range of master’s and joint degree programs (as well as doctoral programs for the Fellowship), including healthcare administration, business, law, medicine, and economics. The Winston Board appreciates that backgrounds in many academic fields are relevant and critical to advancing sound health policy in our dynamic healthcare environment.  In honoring the legacy of David A. Winston, students of all political ideological perspectives are encouraged to apply.

Importantly, the deadline for the 2019 Scholarship applications is April 5, 2019. Winston alumni well illustrate that their opportunities translate into extraordinarily influential, decades-long health policy positions.

For more information on the application process and to apply, click here

For additional information and materials contact Kerry McAteer, Operations Manager at 202/ 585-0288 or

Deadline: April 5, 2019
Posted: 6 months 16 hours ago