Posted: Friday, July 26th, 2019
The Mayo Clinic Biomedical Ethics Research Program seeks a Master's or Bachelor's level research coordinator for projects in empirical bioethics and its biobank community advisory board network.
Bachelor degree including substantial coursework in bioethics or health-related social sciences (psychology, medical sociology, medical anthropology, or public health). Research experience demonstrating either strong qualitative and/or quantitative background.
Other Qualifications: Experience in empirical bioethics research using survey methodologies is highly desirable. Experience with previous research projects with quantitative and/or qualitative focus. Competent to work independently in most phases of research analysis, requiring only general instructions and direction. Demonstrated proficiency in written and verbal communication, critical thinking, and research methodology. Able to think logically and to systematically analyze alternative solutions in problem solving. Knowledgeable about a current health care delivery environment Demonstrated interest in bioethics. Master's degree in relevant field (medical anthropology, bioethics, public health) desirable.
Experience with community engagement or group facilitation is highly desirable.
This position will include some evening commitments and occasional travel to Florida and Arizona.
Full information about this position is available on the Mayo Clinic jobs website (https://jobs.mayo.clinic.org; search for posting 115385BR, Biomedical Ethics Coordinator). Please attach the following documents:
1) Letter of Interest
3) Single-authored writing sample
4) Contact information for 3 references