Student Positions

COVID-19 Policy Research Assistant: Quantitative Analysis

The Georgetown Center for Global Health Science and Security is seeking
student research assistants to support quantitative and mixed-methods analysis of data
collected through the COVID-AMP project (www.covidamp.org). Two proposed projects
are as follows:

#1 – Mechanisms of Policy Action

#2 – Vaccine Equity

These will be paid positions ($15/hr for undergraduate students or $19.50 for graduate
students) for approximately 8-12 weeks (roughly Jun 14 – Aug 27, with opportunity to
extend some work during the academic year). We are requesting that students be
available for 20 hours per week.

For more information and to apply:

Please use our online application by logging into Georgetown’s Student Employment Dashboard and apply with your resume and letter of interest under Job ID #28026.


COVID-19 Policy Research Assistant: Coding

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 by U.S. states, counties, and cities, as well as by
other countries.

This is a paid position ($15/hr for undergraduate students) for approximately 8-12
weeks (roughly Jun 14 – Aug 27, with opportunity to extend during the academic year).
We are requesting that students be available for 20 hours per week

For more information and to apply:

Please use our online application by logging into Georgetown’s Student Employment Dashboard and apply with your resume and letter of interest under Job ID #28025.


Graduate Student Research Assistant: Georgetown Outbreak Activity Library – Expansion and Book Proposal

The Georgetown Center for Global Health Science and Security is seeking a
graduate research assistant to assist with the Georgetown Outbreak Activity Library
(GOAL), available at https://goal.ghscosting.org. This position will involve writing case
studies, fleshing out descriptions of activities conducted during outbreak response,
cleaning and managing the project database, and other duties as assigned.

This will be a paid position ($19.50/hr for graduate students) for approximately 8-12
weeks (roughly Jun 14 – Aug 27, with opportunity to extend some work during the
academic year). We are requesting that students be available for 20-30 hours per week.

For more information and to apply:

Please use our online application by logging into Georgetown’s Student Employment Dashboard and apply with your resume and letter of interest under Job ID #28027.

Student Research Assistant: Health Security Net

The Student Health Security Net Student Research Assistant will work alongside the faculty and staff of the Center for Global Health Science and Security at Georgetown University to contribute to
ongoing efforts focused on pandemic preparedness and health security. The selected individual
will be expected to contribute to the collection, management, and analysis of pandemic
preparedness documents housed in Health Security Net (https://healthsecuritynet.org), and
work with individuals at the Center and other colleagues to complete other assignments, as
assigned.

This is a paid position ($15/hr for undergraduate students and $19.50/hr for graduate
students)for approximately 8-12 weeks (roughly Jun 14 – Aug 27, with opportunity to extend
during the academic year). This opportunity presents an opportunity to gain experience in
pandemic preparedness research and potentially collaborate on presentations and publications.

For more information and to apply:

Please use our online application by logging into Georgetown’s Student Employment Dashboard and apply with your resume and letter of interest under Job ID #28029.

Graduate Student Research Assistant: Outbreaks and Global Health Funding

The Graduate Student Research Assistant: Outbreaks and Global Health Funding will will primarily assist with data cleaning and manipulation for two projects tracking global disease outbreaks and global health funding. The selected individual will be expected to collect and verify data using web-scraping methods and manual coding and perform analysis and visualization activities.

This is a paid position ($19.50/hr for graduate students) for approximately 8-12 weeks (roughly Jun 14 – Aug 27) with opportunity to extend during the academic year).

For more information and to apply:

Please use our online application by logging into Georgetown’s Student Employment Dashboard and apply with your resume and letter of interest under Job ID #27764.