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The Knight Scholars program is an NIH and Kuni Foundation-grant funded initiative through OHSU s Knight Cancer Institute that will bring high school students from underserved communities across the state of Oregon to OHSU s Portland virtual and or in person campus for multi-year summertime immersive science experiences. Students will also develop a project in their home communities under the guidance of a local mentor and Knight Scholars Community Research Liaison.
The person who fills this combined program position will conduct work under the umbrella of the Knight s Community Outreach and Engagement Program directed by Dr. Jackilen Shannon. This position is a remote position that serves as liaison between OHSU and Umatilla county and resides in this county. The position supports and leads overarching community outreach research and engagement work for OHSU programs: the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute OCTRI Community Research Hub Hub and the Knight Cancer Institute Community Outreach and Engagement COE program.
This position plays a critical role in implementing and supporting community engaged research activities working to address regionally-identified needs. This position will work under the direction of the Community Research Program Manager and collaboratively with other staff to support community-academic partnerships and build capacity for community engaged research. Knight Scholars and their families will benefit from this person s high level of customer service and Scholars project support.
This person will work in a collaborative creative mutually respectful and community-focused manner with the goal of successfully supporting efforts and projects in their region. In addition to the above-mentioned community-based activities this individual will collaborate with OHSU faculty and healthcare providers to build and support relationships and research with regional Tribes.
OHSU Knight Community Outreach and Engagement s Community Research Liaison role: This position plays a critical role in developing and supporting community engaged research activities between OHSU and North Eastern Oregon partners working to address needs identified in the Community Health Improvement Plan CHIP and other health improvement initiatives.
Act in the role of centralized point of contact for regional research-related projects ongoing new proposed etc. to assure long-term commitments and goals of the region are supported local expertise is utilized and efforts are leveraged and not duplicated. Provide updates about project status and needs successes and challenges in the region during regular meetings with the OHSU Community Program Manager other OHSU staff and back to the community at appropriate important community meetings about project status and needs successes and challenges in the region. Facilitate introductions connecting community researchers or organizations to the relevant research expertise and services for particular projects when applicable assist in the identification of additional appropriate funding opportunities. Serve as research staff in specific OHSU investigator-led research projects in the region e.g. exploratory interviews environmental scans focus group facilitation survey distribution and development etc. Assist community partners researchers and stakeholders in the region by arranging for or providing technical assistance examples 30 minute project consults providing access to tools for literature search and appropriate evidence-based interventions facilitating an academic collaborator expert match grant writing assistance and referrals to resources within and beyond the region .
OHSU Knight Scholars Program s Community Research Liaison role: Building upon the collaborations and connections established and described above Scholars will be required to actively participate in regionally important cancer-related projects identified and coordinated by the person who fills this position.
Act in the role of centralized point of contact for students on their cancer community research-related projects to assure long-term commitments and goals of the region are supported and local expertise is utilized and efforts are leveraged and not duplicated. Align partnerships and oversee mentors assigned to students in the Knight Scholars program in community. Work with program team on supervision and guidance of student community cancer research projects aligning research experiences across sites and extending training through statewide partnerships. Assist with recruitment and application process of students and teachers in region. Act as the primary contact of the Knight Scholars program to institutional and community partners in region as well as students who rotate through the program. Recruit teachers from the same high school as students for applicable teacher professional development sessions.
Note: This position requires that the employee live within the Umatilla County region.
Bachelor s Degree with major courses in field of research and 1 to 3 years of relevant experience OR AA RN 2 yr and 3 years of relevant experience.
Relevant experience may include:
Health promotion intervention experience identifying good intervention fit implementation of cancer screening cancer prevention public health and or cancer survivorship program interventions. Experience working on cancer-related community projects. Experience working with rural Oregon communities or communities facing health disparities. Experience with responsibility for research program or project conduct and coordination in an academic or community setting. Experience in meeting facilitation public speaking and presentation development.
Ability to build rapport with community-based organizations and individuals Ability to speak and communicate clearly respectfully and consistently with researchers executive academicians community members and leaders as well as team members. Excellent interpersonal communication skills Organized and detail-oriented self-starter. Must be able to work independently and as a member of a team Ability to collaborate effectively across long distances with few face-to-face meetings building rapport with academicians community-based organizations and individuals Work cooperatively and collaboratively on multiple projects in a deadline driven environment Computer skills in MS Word Excel PowerPoint Publisher Outlook Adobe Acrobat DC ability to utilize project management and database systems to collect track analyze and report experience with teleconferencing Knowledge of tools for working with in communities on cancer-related or other health related programs Ability to manage and perform multiple tasks under conditions of fluctuating workloads competing requirements and changing deadlines work independently and follow through on assignments with minimal direction Ability to think analytically and devise creative solutions to problems Ability to work independently take initiative and manage deadlines Ability to work in a changing environment and prioritize multiple projects deliverables Skilled in writing clear and concise reports for internal and external audiences Skilled in utilizing project management tools techniques and terminology independently and collaboratively
This position requires that the employee live within the Umatilla County region.Regular travel required within this region as well as occasional travel to other locations around Oregon including the OHSU Portland campus and trip duration of 1-3 days. Primary work locations include the OHSU Community Research Hub Bend Oregon office occasionally at local community agencies or meeting spaces. Must be willing to work flexible hours to accommodate occasional travel usually within Oregon and community needs. Ability to sit or stand for eight continuous hours in a day. Involves frequent use of computers. Ability to travel including some weekend or weeknight efforts. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment while performing a variety of complicated tasks.
Master s degree with major courses in field of research focus in science-related fields such as biology or psychology community health or public health Work or volunteer experience planning implementing cancer related events or efforts Prior experience working successfully amongst collaborative groups and academic settings Prior experience developing conducting and evaluating community-based research Medical literacy and cultural competency training Previous experience working with community-based coalitions and community members around health cancer and or cancer prevention Experience in community development Demonstrated understanding of cancer-related health disparities Familiarity with an academic environment academic approaches to addressing population community health and working with academic faculty An understanding of health disparities Extensive knowledge of community-based cancer services and resources Ability to synthesize feedback from a wide variety of sources and suggest program improvements to better meet needs based on that feedback Familiarity of Oregon geography including counties Comfortable presenting to groups.
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