Employment at IHRP

At the heart of any successful research endeavor is a team of smart people, committed to science, integrity and collaboration. IHRP strives for excellence in research, and we seek the best staff from a wide range of backgrounds. We respect and encourage our employees' desire to reach their personal potential and to be an essential part of a successful research institution.

IHRP offers careers at the cutting edge of health research, with opportunities from project coordinators to doctorate-level research managers. We consider the diversity of our staff one of our most powerful assets in our research.

No positions are currently open.
 

For full-time positions elsewhere in the university, you may wish to search the UIC Jobs database.

About “Visiting” Positions:

In a grant-supported environment such as IHRP, some full-time non-faculty positions are designated "visiting" positions. Visiting positions are eligible for the university's full benefits package, but are for designated periods of employment. Frequently, an IHRP position is funded by a specific federal grant, and may last up to five years, or the full term of the grant, depending on the role. Because they are temporary, these positions do not require a formal search process.

For UIC Students

UIC graduate students interested in IHRP assistantships are encouraged to respond to specific job announcements. If none are listed, they may submit their resumes for future openings at Resumes_IHRP@uic.edu, but should not use this address to respond to a specific announcement.

UIC Is an Equal Opportunity Employer

The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that values and actively seeks diversity in the workforce. UIC evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other legally protected characteristics.