Silent Spring Institute is seeking a versatile research study coordinator to contribute to innovative environmental health studies in a community-engaged context. This new hire, working with project Principal Investigators, will direct day-to-day implementation of two federally-funded health and exposure studies in communities with PFAS-contaminated drinking water. Activities include coordinating activities of project staff and collaborators, managing and analyzing study data, and organizing community engagement. This is a great opportunity to learn about public interest science! We are proud to train a new generation for careers in environmental health and environmental justice.
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