Interact for Health is seeking applications for a Keller fellow. The Keller fellow position is a full-time one-year position. The purpose of the Keller fellowship is to expose recent graduates or someone looking to make a career transition to community research, evaluation, philanthropy, and grantmaking. The Keller fellow is part of Interact for Health’s Innovation and Learning team, working under the leadership of the VP, Innovation and Learning. The Keller fellow will support specific community research and evaluation projects and will work on projects to support Interact for Health’s community engagement and grant-making work.
- Participate in ongoing activities related to analysis and dissemination of health status survey results and public opinion polls on health policy;
- Assist research, evaluation, and program officers on various research projects and projects related to Interact for Health’s grantmaking;
- Participate in Community Strategies meetings and grant reviews;
- Other duties as assigned.
- Must have completed (or plan to complete) a master’s or doctorate in a related discipline (evaluation, behavioral/social sciences, public health, etc.) or have comparable experience (5 or more years) in the field of health, health policy, healthcare, public health, evaluation, applied research, or community activism.
- Should have an interest in program evaluation or applied research
- Knowledge of health promotion
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Able to work independently
- Excellent team membership skills
- Demonstrated customer service skills
Applicants should demonstrate intelligence, integrity, and a commitment to improving the health of people in the Greater Cincinnati region. Interact for Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Applicants should submit the following to Christine Bennett, Senior Director of Payroll, Benefits and Human Resources. The application period closes at 5 p.m. on November 28, 2017.
- Cover letter
- Detailed resume/CV
- Contact information for three references.
For questions, contact Jennifer Chubinski, Vice President, Innovation and Learning.