The Center for Nonprofits at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is seeking a post-doctoral community researcher to join a collaborative team of graduate students, faculty, staff, and community partners engaged in action-oriented research and research-based outreach around community-driven health promotion. This position will provide support and research/evaluation capacity for community coalitions in the state of Wisconsin that are working to promote active living through increasing access to opportunities for physical activity, smoke-free environments, and healthy food systems by increasing access to fresh fruits and vegetables.
Duties for the position include research, evaluation, partnership development, outreach, technical assistance, and mentorship. Expectations include collaborating on publications of project findings in peer-reviewed journals and presentations at conferences. The term of the position will be 1-3 years. To be eligible, candidates must have completed a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline (e.g., public health, community psychology, social work, urban planning) during the last three years. We are particularly interested in candidates with experience or expertise in community capacity, health promotion, health equity, and mixed-methods research design and analysis. For consideration, please send a current CV, a brief letter describing interest in the position and relevant background (1 page max), and contact information for three professional references to Brian Christens and Paula Tran Inzeo . Applications will be reviewed as they are received, for a desired start date in the very near future.
The Centers for Nonprofits is a campus wide center housed within the School of Human Ecology that provides students, scholars, and community practitioners a platform to collaborate on issues of importance to civil society and the nonprofit sector. For additional information, visit http://centerfornonprofits.wisc.edu/