Organization: The Boston Partners Advancing Communities Together (PACT), Child, Adolescent and Family Health Bureau (BPHC)
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $21.98 – $27.47 Hourly
Brief Summary of Position:
Coordinator PACT CAFH Develop and maintain data collection and reporting processes to ensure we are able to provide accurate and timely reports to program partners and program funders.
- Develop and maintain data collection and reporting processes to ensure we are able to provide accurate and timely reports to program partners and program funders
- Enter and track PACT data
- Act as liaison to BRIC Analyst
- Identify trends in data, generate graphs, charts, and tables
- Produce monthly and quarterly reports that describe the status of the PACT initiative
- Conduct research and statistical analyses on a wide range of criminal justice, public safety and public health issues, with a focus on data and information pertaining to gang and youth violence.
- Prepare written responses to information requests from PACT leadership, partner agencies and the general public
- Create PowerPoint presentations and other briefing materials to illustrate analytic conclusions
- Participate in all PACT case convening and list update meetings
- Participate in all PACT management meetings as assigned
- Advise the PACT Co-Directors on any challenges related to data collection and dissemination
- Perform other related duties as required.
- BA in public health or related field required and 2 years of experience with database development and management
- 5 – 6 years of experience may be substituted for the degree requirement
- Knowledge of public health program evaluation methods and issues
- Knowledge of health statistics, epidemiology, environmental or social science research methods
- Experience using qualitative and quantitative research and analysis methods.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills (a writing sample will be required if invited for interview)
- Ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with a wide variety of people.
- Ability to meet deadlines consistently and willingness and ability to document work.
- Proficiency with database software, spreadsheet, word processing, and graphic applications preferred.
- Experience in public health programs and issues preferred.
- Candidates of color are encouraged to apply.
- A Criminal Offenders Records Information request must be completed for this position. However, a record is not an automatic bar to employment but is reviewed in relation to the job applied for.