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Director, Research, Evaluation and Data


Reporting to the Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, the Director oversees all operations of the Research, Evaluation and Data (RED) team consistent with AccessMatters' Strategic Plan and in support of current programs and future programmatic expansion. The Director leads staff and departmental activities that result in: 1) new public and private funding opportunities and earned income for research, evaluation, and data-related projects, 2) external and internal dissemination and translation of data, program evaluation results, and research findings to benefit AccessMatters’ programming and visibility, and 3) development of internal program databases to support planning, evaluation and advocacy work.  The Director also develops and directly manages research/evaluation projects, conducting all phases of design, implementation, data acquisition, data analysis and synthesis. The Director writes and directs preparation of funding source reports and papers for publication, while also supervising research staff and manages research-related program budgets.  The Director also advises organizational program staff on best practices regarding research, evaluation, and data management.
Please read more about the position and how to apply here. 

Post Doctoral Fellow (E) (19063B)
University of Utah Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

The University of Utah Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is accepting applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships to work in the Division of Family Planning. Opportunities include: 1) studying contraceptive decision making and risk communication, 2) evaluating major community and policy initiatives designed to improve access to sexual and reproductive health care and population health, 3) analyzing and implementing patient reported outcomes into clinical processes, 4) implementation science, 5) policy and economic analysis of issues surrounding family planning, 6) communicating science and health to broad audiences, and 7) quality of life measurement and analytics.


Two Postdoc Fellowships
(Formación/Junior & Incorporación/Senior)
AFIN is an interdisciplinary research group based at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Autonomous University of Barcelona), focused on human reproduction, reproductive politics, family diversity, gender issues and childhood, adolescence, and youth, from diverse cultures and backgrounds. Fundamental to AFIN are attention to diversity and understanding the challenges arising from changes in family, personal relationships and social life in a globalized world. Since its inception in 2004, the group’s work has been characterized by an inter-disciplinary approach, creating synergies with other groups and institutions, and aiming to disseminate research findings broadly. The AFIN Research Group seeks candidates to sponsor in applying for the following two Spanish competitive postdoctoral positions (formación/junior and incorporación/senior):
 I.1 Formación/Junior: a two-years full time fellowship addressed to postdoctoral candidates to do their research in Spanish centres. The gross annual salaries will be 25,000 euros, with additional mobility programs during a period of eight months. Candidates are requested to send a CV and letter of interest consistent with AFIN´s objectives by January 16th 2019.
I.2 Incorporación/Senior: will provide funding for a two-years contract for doctors who wants to reinforce the capacities acquired during a first step of postdoctoral formation. Gross annual salaries will be 29,000 euros. Candidates are requested to send a CV and letter of interest consistent with AFIN´s objectives by January 16th 2019 at  
For further information about Juan de la Cierva Fellowships click here.
For further information about AFIN Research Projects click here. 

Family Medicine Fellowship Coordinator
The University of California San Francisco
The Family Medicine Fellowship Coordinator will support family medicine physicians in the Family Planning Fellowship, a post-residency training program aiming to build a multifaceted workforce of US family physicians with special expertise in family planning. Under the supervision of the Principal Investigator (PI), the Fellowship Coordinator will use skills as an experienced professional to:

  • Support current family medicine family planning fellow sites across the country with the programming and delivery of training activities to fellows
  • Assist in planning activities related to potential future fellowship activities
  • Coordinate the recruitment and selection of family medicine physicians as family planning fellows
  • Conduct evaluation activities with fellowship sites
  • Coordinate visits to potential new family medicine fellowship sites
  • Assist with the development of curricula specific to the needs of family medicine fellows.
For more information and to apply, please visit the job link.