SHINE (Sustainability and Health Initiative for Netpositive Enterprise) at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health is seeking a senior scientist at the Research Associate, Research Scientist, or Senior Research Scientist level to design and analyze studies about individual and population well-being which specifically examine the impact of work. The preferred candidate will have at least five years of experience in psychosocial measurement theory and survey design, multi-level modelling, and longitudinal analysis. In addition, prior experience in the conduct of research related to occupational health, well-being, organizational psychology, and impact assessment is desired. Excellent writing and communication skills are a must along with the ability to work with the team.
– Doctoral degree in biostatistics, epidemiology or related field
– Experience in study design, in particular, survey methodology
– Statistical programming skills for data management and analysis
– Experience with STATA and/or R or other statistical software (e.g., SAS)
– Experience and success in scientific writing, including manuscripts and grant proposals
– Strong quantitative and communication skills
– Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
– Solutions oriented
– Collaborative team player
– Knowledge of well-being literature is a plus
– Business experience, occupational experience or international health experience
– Interest in workforce well-being/corporate social impact landscape
This position is funded for 1 year with the possibility of renewal. Three letters of reference and CV and cover letter requested.
Please submit to:
Dr. Eileen McNeely, Director of Harvard SHINE at: firstname.lastname@example.org