Opportunities

Health Scientist Administrator – Technology Assessment Program Director

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Center for Evidence and Practice Improvement, Division of Evidence-Based Practice Centers, Rockville, MD
DEADLINE: 3 January
As a Health Scientist Administrator – Director of the Technology Assessment Program, you are responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating technology assessment activities.
Specifically, you will:
-Plan, organize, and manage a comprehensive national program of technology assessment activities, including overseeing the work of the Evidence-based Practice Centers’ preparation of technology assessments.
-Evaluate completed technology assessments for methodologies used and quality of data used in their development, as well as any clinical, policy, and scientific implications resulting from assessments.
-Serve as a senior AHRQ liaison to CMS on technology assessment issues and activities conducted or supported by AHRQ.
-Direct the preparation of reports and papers documenting important new developments in the field.
-Represent the Agency on national and international committees, panels, and bodies as the principal federal authority on technology assessments.
-Serve as Agency spokesperson on issues related to technology assessment.
-Serve as principal advisor to the EPC Division Director, CEPI Director and AHRQ Director on all matters related to technology assessment.

Open Rank Faculty Position, Implementation Science

University of Delaware, Newark, DE
The Department of Human Development and Family Sciences at the University of Delaware seeks a candidate with expertise in implementation science to serve as a full-time faculty member at the Assistant, Associate or Full professor level. We are particularly interested in applicants who are prepared to collaborate with our faculty in the areas of social determinants of health, human services, and/or early care and education. The ideal candidate will also have a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; a social justice perspective; an interest in working in an interdisciplinary academic environment; strong quantitative skills; and a strong scholarly record.