America’s Health Rankings® Intern, Arundel Metrics, Inc.
Arundel Metrics, Inc. (AMI) is a small population health research firm in St. Paul. Our mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities through the analysis, interpretation and visualization of complex health, economic, and social data. We have written America's Health Rankings® for the last 29 years. America’s Health Rankings is a state-by-state comparison of population health that combines 35 metrics that represent behaviors, community and environment, policy, clinical care, and health outcomes into a comparative ranking of state health. Along with the annual health rankings report, AMI is also responsible for writing and managing content for additional population health reports focused on seniors, women and children, and those who served in the US armed forces. AMI gathers and analyzes secondary data and conducts literature reviews on several health topics in order to write and publish these reports.
We currently have an opening for a paid ($17.50/hr) intern for 15 to 20 hrs/week. The primary responsibility is conducting literature reviews on various public health topics and summarizing the literature review findings in one-to-two page public health impact statements.
Conduct literature reviews and write public health impact statements on various health topics
Load content onto website
Manage Endnote reference bank
Proof draft report
Assist with checking data accuracy
Strong background in public health, epidemiology, maternal and child health, and/or biostatistics
Highly motivated, independent worker with enthusiasm for public health research
Ability to work independently and to effectively communicate and collaborate in a team environment
Excellent oral and written communication skills, emphasis on editing and attention to detail
Strong analytical skills
Knowledge of MS Excel and statistical software packages such as Stata, SAS, SPSS, etc.
Ability to adjust to changing priorities and excellent organizational and time management skills
Graduate coursework in health policy, epidemiology, maternal child health, economics, or statistics
Must have completed at least one graduate-level course in statistics or quantitative methods
3.00 minimum GPA
After gaining experience with AMI, students may have an opportunity to analyze state-level data. This opportunity to work with aggregate public health surveillance data may fulfill Applied Practical Experience (APEx) requirements and could be a data source for an Integrated Learning Experience (ILE).
TO APPLY: Please submit your resume and a writing sample that demonstrates your analytical skills (no more than 10 pages) to Sarah Milder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must be able to pass a criminal background check. EEO Employer
Posted on 01/18/19