Careers


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

At GRC, we are committed to equal opportunity, affirmative action, and eliminating discrimination and harassment. We welcome the opportunity for all to apply and join our inclusive culture, regardless of age, ancestry, color, creed, disability, gender identity, marital status, national origin, parental status, political ideology, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, use of service animal, military or veteran status. 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

Independent Clinical Consultant(s): The Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) is seeking the services of independent clinical consultants to assist the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) related to improving the delivery of health care services to the Medicaid population. The clinical consultant position will work collaboratively with GRC directors, principal investigators, and ODM medical directors to provide clinical consultation and technical assistance on the development of value-based purchasing strategies and development and implementation of programs, policies, and regulations.

Project Manager (R33900): The Project Manager will lead and manage various survey, qualitative, and mixed methods research and evaluation projects. Position responsibilities include coordinating the research and administrative efforts of project team members; managing relationships with project sponsors and external partners; writing technical reports and stakeholder communications; providing subject matter expertise on health policy projects and project development.

Project Manager (R32631): The Project Manager will lead and manage various GRC projects. The project manager will focus on coordinating the research and administrative efforts of project team members; managing relationships with project sponsors and external partners; writing technical reports and stakeholder communications; providing subject matter expertise on health policy projects and project development.

Project Manager (R33887): The Project Manager will lead and manage various survey, qualitative, and mixed methods research and evaluation projects. Position responsibilities include coordinating the research and administrative efforts of project team members; managing relationships with project sponsors and external partners; writing technical reports and stakeholder communications; providing subject matter expertise on health policy projects and project development.

Research Analytics Consultant (R33909): The Research Analytics Consultant leads the development of and provides technical assistance for quality measure construction, data analysis, statistical programming, and interpretation of research results using large health service data sets; serves as a liaison to project partners and sponsors; composes reports, whitepapers and presentation materials; advises sponsors on policy implications of research results; and assists with the development of conference abstracts/presentations and manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications.

Research Analytics Consultant (R33907): The Research Analytics Consultant leads the development of and provides technical assistance for research design, statistical methodology, data collection, data analysis, statistical programming, and interpretation of research results; plans for and creates interactive data visualizations in R-Shiny and/or Tableau; serves as a liaison to project partners and sponsors; composes reports, whitepapers and presentation materials; advises sponsors on policy implications of research results; and assists with the development of conference abstracts/presentations and manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications.

Research Project Coordinator (R22574): The Research Project Coordinator will focus on: Coordinating research, compliance, and administrative activities for multi-person research teams; Performing research tasks, including data processing, analysis, developing data visualizations, and producing technical reports such as whitepapers and technical specifications for clinical quality measures. 

Senior Research Analytics Consultant (R21045): The Senior Research Analytics Consultant engages in quality improvement, applied health services and population health research in a project-based, team setting. The Research Analytics Consultant will focus on creating interactive data visualizations in Tableau and R-Shiny. 

Research Analytics Specialist (R30978): The Research Analytics Specialist will focus on engaging in quality improvement, applied health services and population health research in a project-based, team setting. The Research Analytics Specialist will focus on 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 (HS) (R35219): The Researcher will provide technical expertise for quality improvement, survey, qualitative, and mixed methods research and evaluation projects. 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, survey instrument design, qualitative protocols, qualitative and quantitative data collection statistical programming, research design, and interpretation of research results; assists with the coordination of staff assigned to projects; assists as a liaison to project partners and sponsors; 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 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. 

Senior Research Analytics Specialist-Statistics (R30874): This position will focus on applied statistical methodology and analysis. The Senior Research Analytics Specialist will focus on 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 (R30844): The Senior Research Analytics Specialist will lead or assist with the development of and provides technical assistance for the development and coding of quality measures; review data received from clinical sites participating in quality improvement collaboratives; analyzes data including developing quantitative reports and visualizations with aggregated results of quality or population health metrics; composes technical reports, manuals, and presentation materials; presents results in clear format to non-technical audiences; reviews work products from subcontractors; conducts literature searches and literature reviews; assists with institutional review board (IRB) applications and other data governance requests; designs and executes linkage strategies for connecting administrative datasets. Select projects may also require the Senior Research Analytics Specialist to work with data dashboards and address data quality issues.

Senior Research Analytics Specialist-Dashboard (R18423): 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. The Senior Research Analytics Specialist will be expected to work independently with minimal supervision and take a substantial role in project activities.

 

 

 

Unless otherwise indicated, apply for a position at GRC by visiting the Wexner Medical Center's careers page at wexnermedical.osu.edu/careers/current-openings

Questions? Email grc@osumc.edu.