Background: The Mount Sinai Parenting Center is located in the Department of Pediatrics in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. The Center’s mission is to transform the delivery of pediatric healthcare nationwide by educating healthcare providers to promote strong parent-child relationships, offering services for patients and families in need and conducting research to advance scientific knowledge. The Center is currently developing a self-directed, online, pediatric residency parenting curriculum which will be evaluated over the next three years. In addition we are creating a hospital wide training program to support strong parent-child relationships and wish to measure its effect on healthcare providers and families.
Job Description: The Program Evaluation Research Consultant for the Mount Sinai Parenting Center will be responsible for evaluation of all curricular activities; including defining research questions, determining strategies for collection and analysis of data, overseeing data analysis and producing material for publication. He/she will also be expected to assist with necessary timelines, staffing plans and budgeting to ensure that the research is carried out in an effective manner. He/she will coordinate Parenting Center evaluation activities with other ongoing research projects and will document research strategies that are necessary for publication in scientific journals or reports to stakeholders. Additionally, this consultant will participate in grant writing activities and prepare materials for presentation to funders as needed.
PhD. in related field required
Experience in program evaluation required and medical education preferred.
Mastery of SPSS, Microsoft Excel, InfoEd, Ideate, Survey Monkey
Previous research publications
To apply: Please send CV and cover letter highlighting relevant experience to
The Mount Sinai Parenting Center aims to transform pediatric healthcare and foster the health and resilience of all children by promoting strong parent-child relationships, training healthcare providers, designing services for families in need, and conducting research to advance scientific knowledge.