CREGS is hiring a Recruiter for our new Together Study!

CREGS is hiring recruiters!

CREGS is hiring a Recruiter for the Together Study, a project on gay relationships and health. Check out more information here. 

Job Title: Interventionist
Program Name:  CREGS
Compensation: $17.90/hour
Position Status: Part-time, non-permanent (10-20 hours per week)
Travel Required: Yes (local)
Reports to: Study Director and Principal Investigator
Location: San Francisco, CA
Posting Date: May 10th, 2017




The Together Study is a five-year study focusing on gay couples and HIV prevention. HIV prevention efforts among gay men in the US have broadened in scope to incorporate the social, cultural, interpersonal, and contextual factors associated with HIV infection and transmission. The Together study will determine if a health intervention in-person or online will assist gay couples in building the skills they need to negotiate and use risk-reduction strategies within their relationship to prevent HIV. This study is one of the first to look at the unique HIV-prevention needs of gay couples in the San Francisco Bay Area.



  • Recruiters assist in locating participants for the study, which includes attending community events, reaching out to the public through online and in-person venues, and handing out information about the study to interested persons.
  • Recruiters help with creating their monthly schedule and doing online work for online venues, including things like Facebook, Twitter, and more.

SCOPE of WORK – Interventionist

  • 90% recruiting participants at community venues and events.
  • 5% preparing your work week.
  • 5% meetings biweekly with the project director and other recruiters.


  • Entry level knowledge of research techniques and methodologies.
  • Understanding and comfort with the LGBTQ community, particularly with cisgender gay men.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team.
  • Strong communication skills and initiative.
  • Ability to lift up to 25lbs.
  • ***WORK IS OFTEN REQUIRED ON WEEKENDS. You must be available on some Saturdays and Sundays for this position.


  • 2 years of experience working as a researcher on studies, with knowledge of research methodology and human subjects protocols.
  • Previous experience with working for the LGBTQ community in some capacity.
  • Knowledge of and/or previous experience with HIV and sexuality research and resources, specifically with the LGBTQ community.
  • Incredibly social and with the ability to engage with multiple people and groups in a public setting, be willing to approach people.
  • Strong social energy.


This position is extremely independent, with you creating your work schedule weekly and checking in with the Study Director on a regular basis. Some hours working from home is possible. This is an ideal job for someone who has a full time position, but would like extra experience working with the LGBTQ community on some of their nights and weekends.



James Lykens, Study Director