The Georgia Health Policy Center at Georgia State University is an exciting place to work. The fast-paced environment allows staff to work across a gamut of health policy issues and in a variety of different ways. From facilitation to data analysis, the center provides its employees opportunities to advance knowledge and practice through their work.
The Georgia Health Policy Center is in long-lasting relationship with decision makers at the local, state and national policy making levels. These relationships create a natural learning lab for research, which the center offers to AYS and GSU faculty and students.
All interested external candidates must apply through the Georgia State University Human Resources website.
Sponsor Funded Professional – Research Associate II (RA II) – #22001646
The RA II position will work primarily on projects within the portfolio focusing on substance use, including evaluating and supporting program implementation to community and residential treatment programs for youth with substance use, evaluating the state opioid strategic plan, developing workforce trainings, facilitating the development of a state substance use strategic plan, and evaluating the impact of substance use treatment services on individuals with justice involvement.
Sponsor Funded Professional – Research Associate II – #22001441
The RA II is a contributing member of multiple research, technical assistance, policy development, and programmatic teams, depending on scope of work. The RA II will provide research and project support that contributes to a scientifically sound background for center activities.
Senior Research Associate (Center of Excellence) – #22001439
GHPC is seeking two senior research associates (SRA). The SRA is a member of multiple research, policy development, technical assistance, and programmatic teams within the Center of Excellence (COE). The SRA will provide leadership across content areas, with a focus on children’s behavioral health and will have a lead role in overseeing the daily operations and logistics of the team’s work. In addition, one position primarily supports the COE as a senior advisor, working closely with the director of behavioral health and the COE Management Team in overseeing the portfolio of work for this team and developing the team’s research portfolio.
Sponsor Funded Professional – Senior Research Associate – #23001301
The SRA position is a contributing member for the COE housed within the Georgia Health Policy Center at Georgia State University. The SRA will provide leadership for the project as the Clinical Coordinator as well as a trainer and is required to acquire and maintain expertise in the Beck model. The SRA will have a lead role in assisting the clubhouses/partnering agencies in determining program eligibility and overseeing intervention and evaluation activities of the team’s serious mental illness portfolio.
Sponsor Funded Professional – Research Coordinator II (RC II) – #23001299
GHPC is seeking a part-time (.75 FTE) RC II to join the mental health awareness training and research team. The RC II provides administrative, research, and project support.
Sponsor Funded Professional – Research Associate I (RA I) – 23001282
The Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement’s (ARCHI’s) mission is to collaboratively invert the burden from those in health distress by engaging a broad network of intersectional partners to sustainably change the system and solve health inequities in metro Atlanta. The RA I will provide project management and support that contributes to a growing team. In addition, the RA I will coordinate special projects as assigned by senior staff, facilitate meetings, and assist in the preparation, coordination, and dissemination of various ARCHI-related materials.
Sponsor Funded Professional – Project Coordinator – #23001281
ARCHI’s mission is to collaboratively invert the burden from those in health distress by engaging a broad network of intersectional partners to sustainably change the system and solve health inequities in metro Atlanta. This position includes research administration, financial and vendor management, event management and logistics, communications, and support for the executive director, steering committee, and core team.
Sponsor Funded Executive – Assistant Project Director – #23001079
ARCHI is a multisector collaborative of 110 organizations with a shared 28‐year commitment to improving health in the metro Atlanta area. The assistant project director will serve as the deputy director for ARCHI. They will be responsible for overseeing ARCHI’s day‐to‐day operations and programs, ensuring the organization is meeting its annual goals and making appropriate progress against long‐term goals while keeping organizational values of community voice, stewardship, neutrality, innovation, collaboration, adaptability, and serving as a resource in view.
Sponsor Funded Professional – Senior Research Associate – #22000908
The SRA will work primarily in the data analysis areas of planning, organizing, and using data, conducting complex computational processes reporting, and technical assistance on the Population and Global Health Team.
Sponsor Funded Professional – Research Associate II – #22000885
The RA II is a contributing member of the Community Health Systems Development (CHSD) team, which provides a broad range of technical assistance to communities as they implement health improvement initiatives and build locally and regionally integrated health systems.
Sponsor Funded Professional – Senior Research Associate – #23000548
The SRA will provide technical assistance and capacity-building support to communities funded by the statewide health equity initiative.
Sponsor Funded Professional – Research Associate I (RA I) – #23000484
This position will work primarily on projects within the portfolio focusing on school based mental health, including evaluating and supporting program implementation, developing workforce training, and other administrative duties. Technical assistance is centered around participatory action research principles, in which the technical assistance provider partners with community collaboratives to develop a strategic approach, build capacity utilizing technical and adaptive approaches, and focus on long-term sustainability.