The Center for Women's Health Research loves to work with multi-talented team-players. Occasionally we will have a position posted through UNC's Careers at Carolina which we invite you to check periodically. If you are a work study student please check with the campus Work Study Office. Researchers may learn more about our services here.

We also post research fellowship, leadership, mentor and educational training opportunities here.

Business Office Assistant

The Center for Women's Health Research is seeking an all-around, general assistant with an interest in accounting or finance to help with business office support duties including filing, errands, scanning, printing, etc. We are a supportive, flexible group working on multiple projects related to women's health issues. This is a great opportunity to obtain hands-on experience with the finance and accounting procedures in a large university while learning more about business administration as it pertains to research.

Job Requirements

  • MUST be a UNC student    
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Ability to take direction and work independently
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Customer service skills - comfortable meeting the public and making phone calls when needed
  • A background or interest in accounting and finance is required

Hours: 8.0 to 12.0 hours per week
Hourly Rate: $11/hour

Please email your resume directly to . No calls please.

Research Assistant Volunteer/Intern

Dr. Kim Kilfoyle in the Division of Women’s Primary Healthcare in the UNC Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology is seeking a Spanish speaking volunteer to assist with a research project regarding postpartum HPV vaccination. The selected candidate will assist with recruitment, consent and  administration of an in-person survey and literature screen to women in the third trimester of pregnancy. The Research Assistant may also conduct medical record reviews, tracking and follow-up of recruited participants.

Time commitment for this position is 16-20 hours a week during normal clinic hours.

This position has the potential for authorship for the right intern/volunteer interested in staying with the position through the Spring semester.

The right candidate must be Spanish speaking, have the ability to engage in conversation with a wide-variety of people, be organized, and be comfortable working in a clinical setting.

To apply for this opportunity please submit your resume and letter of interest to Dr. Kim Kilfoyle at

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Please do not contact the Center directly for SPA and EPA positions. All resumes and applications must go through the provided links to be considered for employment.