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RAVS - Compliance & Quality Improvement Internship

If you are a hardworking and focused Healthcare Management, Business Administration, Human Resources Management, Project Management, or Community Health undergraduate student (or new graduate) in the Portland metropolitan area, with great organizing and communication skills contact us today!

The OHSU Research and Academics Volunteer Services (RAVS) program office, is seeking a Compliance and Quality Improvement Intern. This intern will be responsible coordinating monthly volunteer personnel file audits of OHSU Departments, Centers, Institutes and Schools that host volunteers, the annual performance evaluations of our volunteers, and our rewards program related to the performance evaluation process. This intern includes running reports, sending correspondence to internal and external customers, and observing mock audits. This internship is to be performed remotely with weekly/bi-weekly check-ins in the RAVS program office.

Does this sound interesting to you? View our current list of volunteer opportunities for more information about eligibility, commitment requirements and how to apply!

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Research & Academic Volunteer Services connects potential volunteers to various opportunities, orients them to the complex OHSU environment, and guides them through the volunteer registration process. This program also links Research, Academic, and Central Services departments to interested volunteers.

Hours of Operation

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Locations can vary - contact us! We will either set up an appointment & location, or notify you of where our weekly "Walk-in Hours" session is being hosted.

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Being one of the top research institutes in the country is a fact we are very Molly Stillwellproud of at OHSU, and a fact that caught the eye of Molly Stillwell, the research volunteer who became an OHSU employee. Starting as a research volunteer in 2014 Molly had a goal of gaining experience in the field of psychological research. While still a student, Molly quickly adapted to learn how to create and manage databases, review abstracts, and facilitate the completion of documents for publication in brain trauma research. Molly states that the flexibility in her volunteer role allowed for a greater experience. Read more about Molly's experience.

Or learn about how to become a volunteer like Molly by visiting our guide to registering as a volunteer.