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- • Pending position clearance and/or availability of funds, renewable depending on availability of funds, program/project needs and satisfactory performance
- Work with the HMSA Foundation to build and implement an evaluation framework, including but not limited to:
- 1. Identifying and developing indicators and metrics for community-building outcomes that may be relevant across projects, e.g., community engagement, focus on inherent strengths, partnerships, target population, etc.
- 2. Identifying and developing indicators and metrics for health-related outcomes that may be relevant across projects, e.g., to increase access to healthy foods, to build the practice of primary preventive health, etc.
- 3. Developing field-based evaluation processes.
- 4. Finalizing assessment and evaluation rubrics.
- 5. Building data systems to synthesize project evaluation findings including stories and relationships to demonstrate impact in community.
- 6. Training grantees in creating community relevant outcomes, data gathering, evaluation methods and requirements based on subject area, community or Foundation reporting.
- 7. Writing evaluation reports.
- 8. Coordinating and attending team evaluation meetings.
- 9. Other duties as assigned.
- 1. Full-time University of Hawai’i classified Public Health or related degree graduate student in good standing (3.0 GPA)
- 2. Strong interest in working in the fields of Native Hawaiian, immigrant, and rural health
- 3. Completion of coursework in program evaluation
- 4. Ability to generate project reports
- 5. Strong oral, writing, and interpersonal skills.
- 1. Bachelor’s or master’s degree in public health or related field
- 2. Doctoral standing
- 3. Experience designing and conducting evaluation projects
- 4. Interest or work with Native Hawaiians, immigrants, and rural communities
- 5. Competence in systems thinking
- 6. Competence in cross-cultural community work
- Dr. Kathryn L. Braun, OPHS Director; firstname.lastname@example.org
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