International COVID-19 Policy Research Assistant
The Georgetown Center for Global Health Science and Security is seeking student research assistants to support policy coding on the COVID-AMP project (www.covidamp.org). This role entails collecting data on official policies instituted to address the COVID-19 pandemic internationally. We are looking for students with strong language skills and regional interests.
This position is an excellent opportunity for students looking to build experience in global health policy, and/or expand regional expertise through policy research.
This position is paid and will last from September 5 through December 6. A minimum commitment of 10 hours per week is required.
- Searching government databases, websites, consulate reports etc. to identify official COVID-19 legislation;
- Reading and analyzing policy documents to input them into a database;
- Analyzing and summarizing policy conditions in a country or region of interest
- Undergraduate or graduate student at Georgetown University (all levels)
- Interest in public health policy
- Ability to parse and qualitatively code policy documents
- Proficiency in writing
- Experience with database software (ex. AirTable, Microsoft Excel)
- Quantitative and qualitative analysis skills
- Language skills
Interested applicants should submit a resume, working availability during the semester, and a cover letter via https://forms.gle/WJ3r6briXSXKKtGEA by 11:59pm Monday, August 29. Please submit your application as a single file. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the deadline.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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Student Research Assistant: How to End a Pandemic Project
The Center for Global Health Science and Security is hiring a student research assistant to provide research and technical support for the development and launch of the How to End a Pandemic podcast; and the day-to-day implementation of the How to End a Pandemic Project (https://ghss.georgetown.edu/how-to-end-a-pandemic/), an initiative by the Center for Global Health Science and Security to document and archive the experiences of epidemic responders in the U.S. and globally.
Provide technical, web, and equipment, and scheduling support for the development of the How to End a Pandemic podcast through development, launch, and ongoing management phases.
Research responsibilities include scheduling, recruitment, obtaining informed consent from participants, collecting research data, identifying funding sources
Data collection responsibilities includes performing interviews, transcription, redaction for confidentiality
Additional responsibilities include compensating study subjects, and assisting with purchasing study-related equipment and supplies
Prior research experience
Prior experience working with DAW and podcasting software (Restream, GarageBand, Adobe Audition, Logic Pro, Auphonic, Audacity, Quicktime, Reaper) and streaming services (Libsyn, Soundcloud, Anchor, or Transistor)
Excellent planning and coordination skills
Prior coursework in public health and epidemiology, infectious disease, history of medicine, or social sciences preferred
Interested candidates must by able to commit to a fixed schedule of 10-15 hours per week. Please send a brief letter of interest and a CV/resume to Dr. Sharon Abramowitz, email@example.com
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