Starting Hourly Pay Rate Range: [[Commensurate with experience]]
Employee group: Casual / On Call
Schedule: [[Monday - Friday, up to 27 hours per week. ]]
Exempt Status: Non-Exempt
Location: 05-MD:School of Public Health
Department name: 10001141-Health Systems
Personnel area: School of Public Health
This position will be created in order to primarily conduct data management activities for the BIGRS project and assist with the creation of research products related to this task
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
The research assistant will assist on cleaning, compiling, ensuring the quality of the BIGRS data, and providing feedback to the city managers and local teams on how to enhance the quality of the data. Also, the research assistant will help on the designing of templates, forms, etc for data collection for the BIGRS project. The research assistant will assist the data analysis for the BIGRS project, writing up research papers in collaboration with the IIRU Team and will conduct other tasks with the IIRU team such as peer-review of drafts, writing reports and briefs, conducting literature searches to support faculty in research efforts, etc.
** This has an end date of 7/15/2019 **
Bachelor's degree in public health, economics or engineering
Master’s degree in a public health area
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Data management skills including a good level of proficiency using Stata and Excel. Spoken and writing English. Good team work, flexibility and communication skills are required for this post.
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