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 have the privilege to guide impactful initiatives within our projects that are committed to improving the lives of residents. I value the work of public service and I'm grateful that in my role at GRC I can continue to serve within an organization knowing that their work directly benefits others and contributes to the greater good. I have the opportunity to serve in a role that champions working collectively for positive change and measuring the meaningful outcomes.”

-Raquel Fuentes, Project Manager


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“I was actively seeking the perfect opportunity to combine my state government, marketing, and Federally Qualified Health Center experience. The overarching mission of the GRC, which focuses on improving healthcare for all Ohioans, truly resonated with my personal beliefs and goals.”

-James Sims, Marketing & Communications Manager


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“I was drawn to GRC for the opportunity to impact systems level change to improve health equity for Ohioans with disabilities. This is core to the mission at GRC and I have found the work to be deeply meaningful and professional fulfilling. What keeps me at GRC is a deep commitment to professional development, mentorship, and employee well-being.”

-Cara Whalen Smith, GRC Disability Inclusion & Accessibility Consultant


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"Through my career as a public health researcher I’ve been interested in the intersection between the science and health policy. At GRC I’ve been fortunate to be part of a team driven by the mission of improving healthcare for Ohioans through this work. I greatly value the opportunity in my role to work with and learn from a team guided by a strong sense of service to our fellow residents."

-Thomas Albani, MPH, PhD Research Consultant


Current Open Positions

Senior Project Manager (R100303): The Senior 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; drafting technical reports and stakeholder communications; providing subject matter expertise on health policy and/or quality improvement projects; and project development, including grant and proposal writing, among other activities (additional details included in “responsibilities (Duties)” section below). The Senior Project Manager responsibilities may include project-related research and technical assistance, including literature reviews, qualitative interview facilitation, survey and interview instrument design and testing, and basic data analysis (dependent on project needs and proficiency with data analysis software, including Excel, creation of charts and graphs, calculating basic descriptive statistics, etc.). (full details included in the linked description).

Research Analytics Consultant (HS) (R100187): The Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) invites applications for a Reporting and Analytics Consultant position. A successful applicant will engage in applied health services and population health research in a project-based, team setting. The successful candidate will be able to lead survey and/or mixed methods (i.e. blended survey and qualitative) research projects. (full details included in the linked description).

Finance Director (R102312): The Finance Director will direct, lead and manage all fiscal affairs for the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) under the direction of the Associate Director. Ensures adherence to appropriate internal control structures and compliance with established policies, procedures and regulations; recruits, hires, supervises; provides training and evaluates GRC business operations staff; participates in short-term and long-term strategic planning activities for GRC; serves as a member of the GRC Senior Staff; cultivates and preserves fiscal relationship between GRC and state sponsors as well as between University research groups; develops and implements long-term financial plans and objectives; develops, implements and administers annual budgets; leads, manages and responds to internal and external audits; oversees, reviews and administers all contracts and agreements, billing and accounts receivable and accounting activities; leads and oversees residual transfers from OSP; oversees reconciliation of expenses to budgets; serves as the department cost center manager: oversees authorization and approval of procurement and travel requests; oversees effort certification and GRC staff compliance to OSU regulatory reporting; develops, implements and periodically evaluates GRC fiscal policies and procedures; advises Director and Associate Director on strategic and operational financial matters; analyzes, interprets and prepares fiscal reports; presents financial reports and performance indicators to GRC senior leadership and leadership at the College of Medicine (COM). (full details included in the linked description).

Business Operations Consultant (R102346): The Business Operations Consultant at The Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) partners with internal and external stakeholders and provides support for daily business operations at the GRC including the fiscal management of departmental resources and external sponsor funds. The Business Operations Consultant serves as an organizational liaison between GRC, College of Medicine, Office of Sponsored Programs, and external sponsors, with a strong understanding of fiscal processes, financial reporting and compliance. This position will create and develop advanced reporting tools to communicate key performance indicators that will allow leadership to monitor and improve performance and reinforce strategic decision making related to GRC staff allocations, sponsor budgets, and projected staffing needs. (full details included in the linked description).

Graduate Research Associate (R102905): The Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) invites applications for a Graduate Research Associate (GRA). GRAs often work on more than one project at a time. This position is focused on maintenance and analysis of population health survey data, contributing to reports and presentation materials, and maintaining advanced interactive data visualizations in R-Shiny within a team development context. A GRA is expected to perform mainly technical skill tasks. They are expected to complete or assist on tasks with appropriate assistance and oversight. (full details included in the linked description).


Unless otherwise indicated, apply for a position at GRC by visiting the Wexner Medical Center's careers page. Questions? Email

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