Thank you for your interest in working at GRC. If you want to work with one of the fastest growing academic health research organizations in Ohio in a collaborative, fast-paced environment, we invite you to take a look at our open positions.
“I started working at GRC as an entry-level researcher after graduating from school. Within my first year at GRC, my research had the national visibility and policy impact that one might hope to have after the end of a long career.”
-Michael Nau, PhD, Health Services Research Manager
Current Open Positions
- Student Research Assistant (#437925)
Functions as a Student Assistant with a research focus, engaging in applied health services and population health research in the Government Resource Center; cleans and processes data for analysis; assists with the diagnostic analyses for data quality assurance; assists with the creation of data documentation and metadata; creates analytic datasets from a variety of sources; assists with data linkages; monitors the quality of field data collection; computes summaries and descriptive statistics; assists with inferential statistical analyses; summarizes results in tabular and graphical outputs; assists with semi-structured interviews and qualitative analyses of primary and secondary data; participates in mentored research.
- Student Assistant (#437926)
Provides assistance to the Communications office; performs a variety of graphic design requests, including creative design, formatting, and layout of visual content for websites, social media, reports, and presentations; utilizes strong interpersonal communication skills within a team-oriented environment; occasionally provides assistance in support of operational programs or projects.
- Student Assistant (#437348)
Functions as a Student Research Assistant providing data programming support to quality improvement (QI) projects; assists with data cleaning and matching, dashboard development, and development of non-dashboard web applications; under direct supervision, provides research support to Principal Investigators (PIs) on projects as assigned; assists with collecting, compiling and analyzing research data; assists with generating reports as needed; participates in mentored research. On-the-job research training will be provided.
To apply, visit wexnermedical.osu.edu/careers and keyword search by the position's ID number.
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