PROGRAM: Maternal Child Health
The Center for Black Women’s Wellness (CBWW) is a community-based nonprofit organization that is committed to enhancing the health and well-being of Black women. The organization provides several comprehensive programs that are designed to educate, empower and inspire participants to make positive changes in their lives and the lives of their families.
CBWW is housed within a City of Atlanta community recreation center. Due to COVID-19, CBWW staff and consultants are currently working remotely with the exception of our clinical operations.
Under its Maternal Child Health department, CBWW implements a federally funded infant mortality reduction project, Atlanta Healthy Start, which provides prenatal case management/home visitation services. Additionally, CBWW is engaged in special initiatives aimed at eliminating disparities in maternal mortality. Stakeholder engagement and inclusion of women with lived experience (ensuring that women most impacted by the problem are part of the solution) are central approaches to the work. Reporting to the Program Coordinator, the MCH Program Intern will support maternal health related research projects, assisting with statistical evaluation, and dissemination activities.
ESSENTIAL POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assist with data coding and synthesis, and the reporting of study-related findings.
- Assist in creating and delivering user friendly reports, slide decks and presentations to share research and quality improvement findings with stakeholders and the community.
- Assist with building MCH data-related infrastructure, pathway establishment, and data collection efforts.
- Leverages statistical techniques such as Pearson Correlation, Chi-Square, and more in birth outcomes analysis
- Conducts health outcomes research with sound analysis techniques (e.g., regression analysis, propensity matching)
- Creates new data sets by joining data from different data sources
- Assist in drafting research dissemination materials.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
- Ideal applicant will be pursuing a Bachelors Degree in public health or related field
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills with exceptional attention to details.
- Data literacy skillset
- Collaborative communicator with a strong team spirit.
- Ability to work remotely with discipline and minimum supervision.
- Passion for maternal and child health, Black women’s health, and health equity.
- Course work or work experience with one or more of the following programming languages is a plus: SQL, SAS, Python or R
- Course work or work experience data visualization with 1 or more of the following programs is a plus: PowerBI, Looker, Tableau, or another data visualization tool
Interested applicants please submit resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your cover letter should include your flexibility for interviewing.