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Job Title: Research Associate I
Job Number: 2024-06
Organization: Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIR
Posted: 2/2/2024
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Behavioral Science
Industry: Non Profit / NGO
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Columbus,  OH    USA
Position Description: PIRE’s Louisville Center is currently engaged in a growing portfolio of projects within the State of Ohio. These state and federally funded projects seek to develop community- based coalitions and communities of practice to plan, implement, coordinate, and evaluate program activities focused on preventing problem gambling, suicide, and opioid, psychostimulant, and other drug use. Other projects focus on crisis services, Ohio’s 988 transition, and on engaging communities in addressing the social determinants of health. We are seeking a Research Associate I who will support PIRE Louisville’s Ohio Project Team with planning, implementing, and coordinating evaluation and research activities for our Ohio-based projects. The salary range for this position is $47,000 - $59,000 per year (for a 1.0 FTE position; $22.59 to $28.37/hour for less than 1.0 FTE) and includes a comprehensive benefits package. The FTE% for this professional position is 60%-100% and is a remote position based in Ohio and will be formally a part of PIRE’s Louisville, KY Center. There is no relocation assistance for this position.

SOME PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Working closely with project directors (PIRE and external), funders and funding agencies, grants managers, and cross- component teams to support and facilitate implementation of program activities • Helping to ensure that project activities and deliverables are completed in a timely manner • Handling multiple tasks simultaneously and fast-paced schedules with professionalism, maturity, poise, and confidence. • Supporting community-focused meetings, learning and technical assistance programs • Compile background research (i.e., literature reviews, environmental scans) • Assisting in the design and implementation of evaluation approaches • Assisting in the development and implementation of high-quality client-focused and community-focused meetings, trainings, and technical assistance on project components and activities, evaluation processes, data collection, and related topics • Supporting project data collection and data management • Assisting in the development, and revision of project and/or statistical reports and presentations • Assisting in the identification and application process of additional funding opportunities

Benefits Overview: • Up to 7 weeks of accrued PTO during the first year • Company provided Retirement Plan • Company provided Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment of $100k • Company provided Short- and Long-Term Disability • Medical, Dental and Vision coverage • Partial remote-work options

Qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree required (Master’s preferred) in Social Science or related area. • 1-2 years of applicable social science and/or public health program delivery or research experience • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite • Excellent verbal/written communication, organization, and presentation skills • Working knowledge of SPSS preferred • Demonstrated track record of applying appropriate frameworks and culturally responsive methods to training, research and evaluation • Technical expertise in quantitative and/or qualitative research and evaluation methods • Willingness to learn about work in the following areas: (1) substance use prevention (alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs); (2) prescription drug misuse prevention/opioid misuse prevention, and medication safety promotion; (3) minority health and health disparities; (4) social determinants of health; (5) rural health; (6) suicide prevention • Experience with public health approaches to community health issues • Basic knowledge of public health approaches as well substance abuse prevention programs, strategies, and interventions • Knowledge of and/or experience working with state agencies and/or local and regional community-based organizations within Ohio is preferred • Eligible to work for any employer in the US • Valid driver’s license and access to licensed, insured, and reliable personal transportation for required statewide travel • Travel in non-pandemic periods is estimated to be 10-15% of working time and will primarily be in Ohio and/or Kentucky • Proof of full vaccination against COVID-19

Organization Description: PIRE is an independent, nonprofit organization merging scientific knowledge and proven practice to create solutions that improve the health, safety and well-being of individuals, communities, and nations around the world. We have excellent health coverage, 403a and 403b retirement plans with a generous company contribution, and flexible telecommuting and work arrangements available to support our nationally recognized institution of independent scientists and research staff.

Closing Date: 5/2/2024
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Contact Name: Human Resources,  Research Associate I
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How to Apply: To apply for this position please visit ing/view/252

Additional Information: PIRE is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer PIRE is a diverse community devoted to the promotion and acceptance of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, gender or physical ability or veteran status. PIRE is committed to employ, and advance in employment, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans, and to treat qualified individuals without discrimination on the basis of their physical or mental disability or veteran status.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) PIRE will provide reasonable accommodations with the application process upon your request as required to comply with applicable laws. If you have a disability and require assistance in this application process, please contact Human Resources by email at

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