SIU School of Medicine is seeking an individual to provide research operational support for community based population science and policy activities for the Department of Population Science and Policy (PSP) and its affiliated faculty. Minimum qualification is Bachelor’s Degree in an area relevant to the position. Candidates should possess strong interpersonal skills necessary to maintain cooperative working relationships with PSP employees, physician faculty, and other research staff; computer skills and proficiency with various software packages including, but not limited to, MS Office (Access, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint); demonstrate analytical skills necessary in order to gather, organize, and tabulate data; and knowledge of pharmaceutical and medical terminology. Sensitive to the needs of underrepresented minority populations.
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Graduate of an accredited college with a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in an area relevant to the position.
Must have interpersonal skills necessary to maintain cooperative working relationships with PSP employees, physician faculty, and other research staff.
Must have basic computer skills and be proficient with software packages including, but not limited to, MS Office (Access, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
Must have analytical skills necessary in order to gather, organize, and tabulate data.
Knowledge of pharmaceutical and medical terminology.
Sensitive to the needs of underrepresented minority populations.
Master’s Degree in area relevant to the position.
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
Internal Number: SMS-2803
About SIU Medicine
SIU School of Medicine was established in 1970 with a mission to educate physicians for central and southern Illinois. We are a medical school with four areas of excellence: medical education, patient care, research and community service. SIU School of Medicine provides education to undergraduate medical students, medical and surgical residents, fellows, and physician assistant students. Our clinical practice, SIU Medicine, includes a team of more than 250 health care professionals including university physicians and faculty members who are collectively dedicated to providing excellent medical care, advancement of care through research, and training the next generation of physicians. As the premier provider of health care services, SIU Medicine offers both primary care and specialized treatment services including preventative and diagnostic. SIU works in partnership with hospitals and clinics throughout central and southern Illinois to meet the health care needs of our communities.