- Researches and collects data through site or home visit intakes; library research; structured interviews; or through other means for designated research assignments. 2. Records and compiles information related to research data. Codes data accordingly to research specifications. Uses a computer terminal to input and retrieve data and to generate reports. 3. Processes and summarizes data using scientific or statistical techniques. Assists in data interpretation and analyses. Reports on status of research activities. 4. Recruits study participants and ensures that subject recruitment and follow-up are completed per protocol procedures. 5. Orders and maintains inventory of supplies. May assist in designing, developing, and modifying research experiments, procedures, or survey instruments. May assist research and support staff. 6. Performs additional functions incidental to research activities.
Required Education and Experience
Six years of related work experience, four of them in the same job family at the next lower level, and high school level education; or four years of related work experience and an Associate's degree; or little or no work experience and a Bachelor's degree in a related field; or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
Background Check Requirements
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Housed within the SEICHE Center for Health and Justice at Yale is the administrative leaders of the Transitions clinic network programs in Connecticut. The Transitions Clinic Network (TCN) is a national network of over 50 medical homes for individuals with chronic health conditions recently released from incarceration. Each clinic that adopts the TCN program employs a community health worker (CHW) with a history of incarceration as part of the clinical team. We are looking to hire a Research Assistant 1, HSS to assist in efforts to expand the state's network of programs across Connecticut to areas such as New London, Waterbury, Stamford and the valley. This expansion of our work is particularly needed now given the COVID-19 pandemic, which has only exacerbated already existing inequalities and placed additional barriers for those impacted by incarceration to access health care.
The individual in this position will work with local stakeholders across the state to identify health systems interested in developing a Transitions Clinic Network program. They will also work alongside the health systems to identify grant opportunities and funding mechanisms that are necessary to support local Transitions Clinic programs. This position will also entail building and maintaining strong relationships with local reentry centers through activities such as attending roundtables hosted by the CT Reentry Collaborative as well as with social services organizations, government stakeholders and especially building upon the recent collaboration led by the Connecticut Coalition for Ending Homelessness forged during COVID-19. This individual would also inform the training and professional development of CHWs in Connecticut, as well as connecting them to the larger national TCN network. Complementing this work, this position will also focus on strengthening our existing clinics in New Haven, Hartford, and Bridgeport by working with them to identify opportunities for growth and tackling barriers to success. Lastly, this individual may be involved in working with local and state policy-makers to advocate for policies that directly impact our work and the population we serve, such as Medicaid financing for CHWs.
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills:
Knowledge and experience in correctional health care and key stakeholders on local and national level is highly preferred.
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the essential functions that will be required of the position and should not be construed as a declaration of specific duties and responsibilities of the particular position. Employees will be assigned specific job-related duties through their hiring departments.
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