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Company: Atrium Health
Location: Winston-Salem, NC
Career Level: Entry Level
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech




Located within the Division of Public Health Sciences in Wake Forest University School of Medicine, this role will contribute project management and research skills to the planning, tracking, implementation, and dissemination of two funded initiatives:

  1. SAMHSA-funded initiative, the Southeast Prevention Technology Transfer Center (SE PTTC). The SE PTTC aims to provide training, technical assistance, and support to providers of substance misuse prevention services in eight states (NC, SC, TN, KY, AL, FL, GA, MS) in Region 4 of the United States (50% effort);
  2. A research position on an NIH-funded grant assessing the impact of marketing of cannabidiol (CBD) (50% effort).

This position requires a high level of initiative, attention to detail and independence as well as the use of judgment and discretion in performing the assigned duties and responsibilities.


  • Master's degree or comparable graduate degree (preferably in the social sciences) with at least 3 years of relevant research experience.


  • Demonstrated knowledge of scientific principles.
  • Strong computer skills.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Public speaking experience.
  • Ability to prepare grant proposals with supervision.
  • Self-starter.
  • Comfortable working with a team as well as independently.


  • Peer-reviewed publication record.


  1. Work with Project Directors and other team members to coordinate the successful and timely completion of project tasks across the planning, implementation, data collection, and data analysis phases of the study.
  2. Work with various teams to ensure project activities are planned, coordinated and delivered on time.
  3. Assist with research efforts such as developing protocols for data collection, and developing, testing and implementing online surveys.
  4. Contribute to the development of trainings related to substance use prevention.
  5. Develop, track and evaluate outcomes for research efforts.
  6. Write and submit IRB protocols, as needed.
  7. Oversee the completion of project deliverables, such as progress reports for the projects funder (i.e. SAMHSA, NIH) and activity updates to the National Coordinating Office.
  8. Participate in cross-regional and Network-wide activities, serving as a liaison for the projects.
  9. Conduct literature reviews.
  10. Participate in research dissemination, including acting as a co-author on manuscripts, and presenting at national conferences.  
  11. Maintain certification in the ethical conduct of human subjects research (CITI and other IRB training).
  12. Perform other related duties incidental to work described herein.

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