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Study Coordinator - Epidemiology Team 

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About the Organization The mission of Fenway Health is to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community and all people in our neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research, and advocacy. Fenway Health was founded in 1971 and has grown from a less than 10 person operation in the basement of a building near the Boston Fens to one of the largest LGBT-focused organizations in the world. It consists of three main centers:

• Fenway Community Health Center, our clinical arm, which is a federally qualified health center that operates three clinic sites (Fenway:1340, Fenway:South End, and the Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center) in the Boston area and provides over 30,000 patients with primary and specialty medical care, behavioral health care, optometry care, and dental care;

• The Fenway Institute, our research/training/education/policy development arm, which houses numerous research initiatives as well as the National LGBT Education Project, the LGBT Aging Project, the National Center for Innovation in HIV Care, and the Center for Population Research in LGBT Health; and

• AIDS Action, our HIV/AIDS service organization, which provides nonclinical services (case management, housing and legal assistance, outreach, peer support) to people living with HIV/AIDS and operates numerous programs focusing on HIV/STD prevention/testing/treatment, including the Access (drug user health program), TransCEND (transgender peer support and risk reduction program), and Youth on Fire (drop-in center for homeless and street-involved youth) programs.
Position Study Coordinator - Epidemiology Team  
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  

Under the direction of the Principal Investigator(s) and Project Director, the Study Coordinator coordinates the ongoing implementation of a longitudinal cohort study of transgender women (TW) to characterize HIV incidence and associated risk factors in this population.

This benefits-eligible position is only guaranteed through June 2019, with the possibility of extension.

Typical duties include: Coordinates and oversees day-to-day operations of study protocol including recruitment and retention, study visits, data storage and monitoring, and other study activities as needed; Maintains regulatory procedures and assists in development of study materials; Administers assessments, conducts informed consent and pre- and post-test HIV counseling and rapid testing with study participants; Liaises with other study sites, investigators, and team members.

Additional duties include: Assists with the publication of research findings through editing, writing, and preparation of manuscripts and conference presentations; Assists with grant writing and study progress reports as needed; Maintains current knowledge of HIV research by reading medical journals, articles and other HIV-related publications; Attends conferences, seminars, forums, trainings, and other presentations pertinent to the field

We offer competitive salaries, and for those who qualify, an excellent benefits package; including comprehensive medical and dental insurance plans, and a retirement plan with employer match. We also provide 11 paid holidays, paid vacation, and more.
LGBTQ-identified persons, people of color, and others from historically underrepresented communities are encouraged to apply.

Number of Openings 1  
Position Requirements


  • Master’s degree in epidemiology, psychology, or public health (or equivalent degree in a related field) OR Bachelor’s degree with at least 2 years of comparable research experience
  • Demonstrated research background in HIV prevention research and/or work experience with transgender women, men who have sex with men, or other groups at high-risk for acquiring or transmitting HIV
  • Prior experience working on federally funded research studies
  • Prior training in quantitative and/or qualitative methods and data analysis
  • Excellent interpersonal communication (written and verbal) and presentation skills
  • Superior computer skills (Microsoft Word, Power-Point, Excel, Email) with the competence to learn new software applications and technologies for research
  • Ability to work harmoniously with diverse groups of individuals for recruitment into research studies, including sexual and gender minority populations who are at risk for HIV

Experience/other preferred qualities:

  • Previous experience developing and carrying out recruitment efforts with hard to reach populations
  • Knowledge of transgender women communities in the Boston-area
  • Experience working in an ethnically, culturally, and racially diverse environment
Category Epidemiology  
Number Filled 1  
Location The Fenway Institute - Ansin  
Shift -not applicable-  
Req Number EPI-18-00006  

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