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


Clinical Research Coordinator II – Req# 133771

Dr. Allison Curry, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and Director of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the CHOP Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP), is seeking a talented and strongly self-motivated individual to join her research team as a Clinical Research Coordinator II. Under the direct supervision of Dr. Curry and Project Manager Lauren O’Malley, MPH, the Coordinator II will lead coordination of the day-to-day activities of a large R01 project that includes the conduct of prospective studies to examine driving outcomes among adolescents with neurodevelopmental differences. The Coordinator may also coordinate or assist with various studies included in Dr. Curry’s program of research related to the high burden of and prevention of motor vehicle crashes and other unintentional injuries among children and adolescents.

Clinical Research Program Manager II – Req# 134162

The Minds Matter Frontier Concussion Program at CHOP is seeking an experienced, independent Program Manager to serve on the Program’s leadership team with Drs. Christina Master and Kristy Arbogast. The Minds Matter Program seeks to learn from every child that we care for and rapidly translate cutting-edge research to improve the diagnosis and treatment of concussion to optimize individual outcomes. Be part of the leading concussion care center in the region and help lead a robust translational research and clinical trial capacity embedded in various clinical settings with diverse patient populations.

The Program Manager will be responsible for overseeing all clinical research studies for the Minds Matter Concussion Program, by providing leadership and ensuring implementation of Program activities, providing broad oversight of Program personnel, providing project and programmatic budget development and management and working collaboratively within CHOP to accomplish Program goals. Come be part of this exciting team and shape the future of concussion research at CHOP!


Resource Coordinator I – Req# 146573

The Innovation Ecosystem (IE) team is an interdisciplinary, cross-functional team working to further innovation at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia by connecting people to each other and to resources, developing individual and institutional capacity, establishing best practices, and cultivating an innovation-positive culture. We work on a variety of projects ranging from building technology to qualitative research to developing training programs. We are seeking a motivated, independent resource coordinator to contribute to execution, administration, and organization across a number of our projects. This is not a “typical” research lab, but rather a group working to translate research and research methods into everyday practice across CHOP.

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.

Data Analyst I – Req# 158119

This role is responsible for mining, manipulating and analyzing data from sources to produce valid, integrated and actionable information to assist in quality improvement, and performance.

Data Analyst II – Req# 158118

This role is responsible for complex mining, manipulating and analyzing data from sources to produce advanced valid, integrated and actionable information to assist in quality improvement, and performance.

Clinical Research Coordinator II – Req# 160651

Under minimal supervision, this role coordinates all clinical research activities within the scope of clinical research protocols.