Employment Opportunities at the Center
The Center for Violence Prevention Prevention (CVP) employs a diverse mix of research, communications and administrative professionals and researchers-in-training.
If you are interested in joining the team at the Center for Violence Prevention, please click on a position below. The link will take you to a full description on the "Careers" page of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) website. There, you also will find detailed information on how to submit your resume and general information about employment at CHOP.
- Clinical Research Coordinator II – Req# 1002707-1 – The Community Violence and Trauma Support (CVTS) team is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator II to work with a diverse multi-disciplinary research team led by Rachel Myers, PhD, MS. The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in community-based violence prevention, reducing health disparities, and public health research.
- Post-Doctoral Fellow - Community-Based Violence Prevention - Req# 1001300 – The Community Violence and Trauma Support research team focuses on advancing knowledge of best practices for the implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of hospital- and community-based violence prevention strategies. As part of CHOP's Center for Violence Prevention, our research strives to build capacity to demonstrate the short-term impact of novel and vital services and programs in the lives of children, young people, and their families. Applicants must have a doctoral degree in related disciplines (e.g., public health, community health, behavioral sciences, psychology, etc.). Prior experience with community-engaged or community-based participatory research; skills in participant recruitment, data collection, and data management; and a strong motivation to learn new approaches and research topics are essential. Candidates with a strong interest in mixed-methods or qualitative research and prior experience with instrument development and validation are highly encouraged to apply.
- Violence Prevention & Family Advocacy and Support Supervisor – Req# 1002659 – This role serves as the clinical supervisor for the Family Advocacy and Support (FAS) Program and the Growing Resilience in Teens (GRIT) Assessments, overseeing the day-to-day clinical work, including GRIT referrals from primary care, GRIT assessments, FAS intakes, trauma-informed case management and documentation.