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- • Pending position clearance and/or availability of funds, renewable depending on availability of funds, program/project needs and satisfactory performance
- 1. Under the supervision of the Principal Investigator, assist with the evaluation of the Healthy Hawaii Initiative (HHI), a statewide program under the Hawaii Department of Health’s Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion Division (CDPHPD), using a social-ecological approach to improve health among the people of Hawaii.
- 2. Provide assistance to the PI and co-I in program coordination
- 3. Assist with data collection, including both field work and data entry
- 4. Prepare quantitative survey data sets for statistical analysis
- 5. Transcribe interviews and assist with qualitative coding and analysis tasks
- 6. Assist with abstract and report writing
- 7. Conduct literature reviews
- 8. Attend staff and project meetings and take minutes
- 9. Other duties as assigned
- 1. Classified University of Hawai’i graduate student
- 2. Knowledge of community health
- 3. Proficient in Excel and Microsoft Office software
- 4. Experience with qualitative data collection and analysis
- 5. Strong oral and written communication skills
- 6. Detail oriented and organized
- 7. Must be responsible, dependable, and efficient
- 1. Classified University of Hawai’i Public Health student
- 2. Knowledge of statistics and/or SPSS and/or STATA
- 3. Content knowledge and/or work experience in physical activity, nutrition, school health, and/or chronic disease
- 4. Experience preparing evaluation reports and/or evaluation-related publications
- Becky Rodericks; email@example.com
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