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Partners for Our Children (P4C) works to improve the lives of vulnerable children and families, especially those involved in the child welfare system. P4C pursues policy reform and systems change by conducting research and advancing evidence-informed policies, programs, and practices that promote healthy child development. Our activities include systems assessment, workforce development supports, program evaluation, intervention development and testing, data science and analytics, and public policy research, analysis, and advocacy at the state and federal levels. P4C is based on campus at the UW and has the opportunity to leverage the academic community to optimize our work. We are an organization that seeks to advance diversity, equity, anti-racism and social justice, and all staff are part of building an anti-racist organization. If you would like to help support our initiatives and believe you would be a good fit in our organization, P4C has two outstanding opportunities for Research Coordinator positions (75-100% FTE) on the Strive Team and the Alliance Evaluation Team.
 
The Strive Team is looking for a Research Coordinator to conduct research project and data related tasks across several different currently funded research projects. This position leverages research and knowledge from the University to benefit those who serve vulnerable children and families throughout WA. The person in this position will assist with all aspects of the research process, join all research/analysis meetings, participate in research design, develop and maintain data collection and management systems, assist with data analysis, grant and report writing, and join in writing for academic publication. Apply here!
 
The Alliance Evaluation Team is looking for a Research Coordinator to support the evaluation of the Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence, a partnership with the Department of Children Youth and Families (DCYF) providing training and education for licensed caregivers and the child welfare workforce. This position will involve collaboration, research design, data collection and analysis, and contribution to disseminating evaluation findings. The team focuses on implementing continuous quality improvement within a large public agency. Apply here!