May 11, 2018
EcoHealth Alliance is seeking a research assistant to work as part of our modeling team, assisting on quantitative and spatial analyses related to zoonotic disease ecology, biodiversity and health, and conservation biology. This New York-based position is ideal for a recent MS or MPH graduate with a passion for the links between biodiversity and health (especially emerging zoonoses), and strong writing and analytical skills. Responsibilities include: spatial analysis of the interactions among biodiversity, zoonotic and other pathogen dynamics, and anthropogenic changes such as land use changes, and biodiversity loss; assisting with the collection, cleaning, and analyses of data; drafting manuscripts, grants, and reports; preparing presentations, info-graphics, posters, and other documents; managing collaboration among scientists at EcoHealth Alliance and globally; and providing administrative support. The position will be based in NYC, and occasional travel may be required.
The position is based at EcoHealth Alliance’s headquarters in New York City. EcoHealth Alliance is an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit package including health, dental, and vision coverage, and a 403(b) pension plan. For further information about EcoHealth Alliance, please visit our website: www.ecohealthalliance.org
How to Apply:
Send an email with a single attachment labeled with your first and last name only (“first last.pdf”) in PDF format containing with (a) a cover letter, (b) CV, and (c) three references to email@example.com with “CONSERVATION AND HEALTH RESEARCH ASSISTANT, SPRING 2018” in the subject line. Emails without the subject line or with multiple attachments will not be received. No formal text is required within the body of your email, since emails will not be evaluated. All inquires will receive an automatic response confirming receipt. Applicants will be evaluated and only appropriate candidates will be contacted.
Thank you for your interest in EcoHealth Alliance!