Staff Spotlight

What is it like to work as a Research Analyst at Arbor Research? Click here to read an interview with Chad Cogan.

“The culture and challenges provide an atmosphere where I want to come to work. It becomes a place where I can grow instead of grinding out the days…”

-Arbor Research employee

Working at Arbor Research

Bright, dedicated individuals thrive at Arbor Research. The work is challenging, stimulating, and conducted in an open, collegial environment. It’s also deeply gratifying, as our research contributes to better outcomes for patients facing serious chronic diseases.

To apply for one of the open positions listed, please click the corresponding Apply button. All job applicants must provide a personalized cover letter, resume, and salary requirements.

Open Position
(Click on job name to view description)
Posted DateClick to Apply
Compliance and Contracts Administrator 07/10/2017
Project Associate, PDOPPS 07/25/2017
Research Analyst II, #142738-14 08/08/2017
Research Analyst, HP3 07/21/2017
Senior Health Care Analyst 06/19/2017

Questions About Applying?

If you have questions about specific positions or the application process, please email the Human Resources department at, or call (734) 665-4108 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. (EST), Monday through Friday.

If you are unable to apply online due to a disability, you can request an accommodation by contacting the Human Resources department. 

Arbor Research Collaborative for Health is an equal opportunity employer of women, minorities, qualified disabled, and covered veterans.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability.   Arbor Research Collaborative for Health provides reasonable accommodation upon request, in accordance with State and Federal laws.

As part of the application process, we provide all applicants with the opportunity to be included in our Affirmative Action Programs by providing Voluntary Self Identification information.   Submission of this information is voluntary and refusal to provide it will not subject you to an adverse treatment.   You will be given the opportunity to provide this information following the submission of your interest in a position at Arbor Research.

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