Careers


Join a fast-paced, collaborative organization dedicated to improving health care and committed to building and maintaining a diverse community to reflect human diversity and to improve opportunities for all.

As part of The Ohio State University, we are committed to equal opportunity, affirmative action, and eliminating discrimination and harassment. We also offer a comprehensive benefits package and professional development opportunities.

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“As a project manager at GRC, I am fortunate to work directly with healthcare providers to improve the health care of Ohioans. The ability to share this meaningful work through publications and presentations with state, academic, and health care leaders is an added benefit.”

-Sara May, Project Manager

 

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“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, Research Scientist 

Current Open Positions

Communications and Marketing Coordinator (R20378): As marketing and communications coordinator for the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center, you will work for an organization that drives collaboration, innovation and results related to health care research and improvement across the state. You will play a key role in communicating research findings and quality improvement initiatives with state agency clients, stakeholders, and faculty, staff and clinicians in academic medical centers and colleges of health sciences.

Senior Research Analytics Specialist - Dashboard (R18423): The Senior Research Analytics Specialist engages in applied health services and population health research in a project-based, team setting. The Senior Research Analytics Specialist will focus on statistical programming, interactive visualizations, and applied statistical methodology. Typical responsibilities are project-specific and may include combinations of the following: cleaning and processing data for analysis; conducting diagnostic analyses for data quality assurance; creating data documentation and metadata; creating analytic datasets from a variety of sources; performing data linkages; assisting with the development of measures from complex, multidimensional data sources; monitoring the quality of field data collection; computing summaries and descriptive statistics; conducting inferential statistical analyses; summarizing results in tabular and graphical outputs; conducting semi-structured interviews and qualitative analyses of primary and secondary data; identifying and learning novel and improved practices for data management, analysis, interpretation, and reporting; composing reports, whitepapers, and presentation materials; assisting with the presentation of results to project sponsors and other audiences; developing interactive visualizations and dashboards; and providing technical assistance for statistical programming, research design, and interpretation of results. 

Senior Research Analytics Specialist (R21039): The Senior Research Analytics Specialist will focus on creating interactive data visualizations in Tableau and R-Shiny. Typical responsibilities are project-specific and may include combinations of the following: leads or assists with the development of and provides technical assistance for Tableau and R-Shiny Dashboards; leads or assists with data analysis and measure construction using administrative data such as Medicaid claims as well as population health survey data; composes reports, whitepapers, and presentation materials; presents results to project sponsors and other audiences; reviews work products from subcontractors; conducts literature searches and literature reviews; assists with the development of protocols and the composition of institutional review board (IRB) applications; designs data collection instruments including questionnaires and clinical data collection forms. 

Research Analytics Consultant (R18434): The Research Analytics consultant will focus on programming, interactive visualizations, and applied statistical methodology. Typical responsibilities are project-specific and may include combinations of the following: assists and/or leads the development of and provides technical assistance for data analysis, statistical modeling, programming, research design, and interpretation of research results; coordinates the activities of researchers assigned to projects; recruits, hires, trains and supervises student researchers and junior research staff; serves as liaison to project partners and sponsors; serves as a principal investigator for selected projects. composes reports, whitepapers, and presentation materials; presents results to project sponsors and other audiences; helps to advise sponsors on the policy implications of research results; reviews work products from subcontractors; assists with the preparation of responses to funding opportunities; assists with the identification of funding opportunities; assists with the development of conference abstracts/presentations and manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications; conducts literature searches and literature reviews; assists with the development of protocols and the composition of institutional review board (IRB) applications; designs data collection instruments including questionnaires and clinical data collection forms.

Research Analytics Consultant (R21045): The Research Analytics Consultant will report to the head of the Informatics section and focus on creating interactive data visualizations in Tableau and R-Shiny. Typical responsibilities are project-specific and may include combinations of the following: leads or assists with the development of and provides technical assistance for Tableau and R-Shiny Dashboards; coordinates the activities of researchers assigned to projects; recruits, hires, trains and supervises student researchers and junior research staff; serves as liaison to project partners and sponsors; serves as a principal investigator for selected projects; composes reports, whitepapers, and presentation materials; presents results to project sponsors and other audiences; helps to advise sponsors on the policy implications of research results; reviews work products from subcontractors; assists with the preparation of responses to funding opportunities; assists with the identification of funding opportunities; assists with the development of conference abstracts/presentations and manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications; conducts literature searches and literature reviews; assists with the development of protocols and the composition of institutional review board (IRB) applications; designs data collection instruments including questionnaires and clinical data collection forms.

Research Analytics Consultant (R16689): The Research Analytics Consultant leads the preparation of responses to funding opportunities; identifies funding opportunities; leads the development of conference abstracts/presentations and manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications; designs data collection instruments including questionnaires and clinical data collection forms; identifies appropriate analytical techniques for analysis; directs the cleaning and processing of data for analysis; identifies and develops techniques to optimize data cleaning and linkage; directs and reviews data linkages; assists with the development of measures from complex, multidimensional data sources; conducts inferential statistical analyses; reviews results and directs subsequent analyses; summarizes results in tabular and graphical outputs; identifies and learns novel and improved practices for data management, analysis, interpretation, and reporting; composes reports, whitepapers, and presentation materials; presents results to project sponsors and other audiences; facilitates meetings with internal and external stakeholders; helps to advise sponsors on the policy implications of research results; directs the development of interactive visualizations and dashboards; provides technical assistance for statistical programming, research design, and interpretation of results; reviews work products from subcontractors; coordinates the activities of researchers assigned to projects; serves as liaison to project partners and sponsors; serves as a principal investigator for selected projects as needed.

 

 

 

To apply to a position at GRC, please visit the Wexner Medical Center's careers page at wexnermedical.osu.edu/careers/current-openings

Questions? Email grc@osumc.edu.