- Ability to independently facilitate meetings and attention to detail and planning.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English as demonstrated in scientific publications.
- Quantitative skills including study design and statistical analysis in R (preferably) or other tools.
Candidates with the following additional qualifications/skills will be preferred:
- Experience with field work at multiple sites.
Remuneration: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and work experience within the range of Rs.50,000/- to Rs. 60,000/- per month (in accordance with GOI PDF scales).
How to apply:
- Submit a complete CV along with a cover letter (not exceeding one page) clearly conveying why you consider yourself a suitable candidate for this position.
- Provide the names of two referees along with their contact details in the CV
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
This position will be filled as soon as a suitable candidate is identified; interested individuals are therefore requested to apply immediately. Short listed candidates will be invited for virtual or in-person interviews in September 2021.
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