The Research Specialist 1 will oversee unique research studies that examine the relationships between incarceration, HIV/STI risk, intersectional identities, and access to health care. The candidate will be involved in project implementation, study design, exploring additional funding opportunities, enrolling appropriate clients, directing participant evaluation and management according to protocol, collecting data, and presenting results. Provide administrative support to interviewers and will coordinate all multi-site components of the projects. The candidate will be responsible for day-to-day tasks related to CJI individuals. This position is grant funded.
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