Careers at CIRP

The Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) employs a diverse mix of research, communications and administrative professionals and researchers-in-training. Employment opportunities are regularly posted for this dynamic “Center of Emphasis” at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute.

Careers at CIRP span the research, outreach, and administrative fields. If you are interested in joining our team, 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.

Open Employment Opportunities at the Center

 

Postdoc Fellow – Req# 164317

Under the guidance of the faculty of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Minds Matter Concussion Frontier Program, the postdoctoral fellow (postdoc) will carry out research that advances knowledge focused on the development and assessment of objective physiological measures of brain function after concussion for children and adolescents. The postdoc experience will serve to extend, refine and enhance skills necessary for professional and career development, and will enable the individual to broaden his/her scientific background by acquiring new research capabilities.

Sr. Grants Coordinator – Req# 150032

This role facilitates, completes, documents, and reports related to grants. Researches the availability, coordinates the evaluation and monitoring of grant-funded programs and writes/submits non-scientific grant proposals.

Clinical Research Project Manager I – Req# 181911

This role functions independently to manage a portfolio of concussion research projects that are part of the Minds Matter Concussion Frontier program. Within the project scope of work, participates in organizing and facilitating the day-to-day activities and long-term goals and objectives of the projects. PM will work with multiple interdisciplinary research and program teams, including physicians, researchers, community based partners and various clinical staff. PM supervises research coordinators, research assistants, and students.

Clinical Research Assistant I – Req# 207476

This role provides administrative and operational support to two NIH-funded multi-site studies investigating driving outcomes among adolescents with neurodevelopmental differences. Responsibilities will include but not be limited to participant recruitment and enrollment, administering study measures, survey development, data management, conducting literature reviews, developing manuscripts, and interacting with participating families in the field. The Teen Driving Safety Research team conducts research on neurodevelopmental differences and driving to examine rates of licensure and risk of crashing for adolescents and young adults and establish the epidemiologic foundation for future translational research.