Graduate Research Assistant, Emory Prevention Research Center

Graduate Research Assistant, Emory Prevention Research Center

***Non-REAL Position***

Position Description

The Intervention Development, Dissemination, and Implementation Shared Resource seeks 1 part-time Graduate Research Assistants (15-20 hours/week). IDDI provides services to cancer researchers who are looking for support with behavioral science research methods. The GRA in this position will have the opportunity to work on a variety of cancer-related research projects across the cancer spectrum from primary prevention to survivorship. GRA will be involved in qualitative data analysis, conducting structured literature reviews, data collection and data entry, developing data collection instruments (e.g., surveys, focus group guides) or other project materials, preparing summaries and reports, and other duties to support research projects. Compensation is $13.50/hour, and time commitment is 15-20 hours/week. The start date can be as early as January 4th, 2021. 

 

Background

IDDI’s mission is to provide Winship members with access to expertise in behavioral science research methods, and to support them in developing, testing, or disseminating behavioral, educational, and systems interventions to prevent cancer, detect cancer early, and/or improve survivorship among Georgia residents. The IDDI team builds on expertise within the Emory Prevention Research Center (EPRC) and the Department of Behavioral, Social, and Health Education Sciences, Rollins School of Public Health. Click here for more information about the IDDI core.

 

Minimum Qualifications

Highly motivated, efficient, organized, detail-oriented and interest or experience working on research, evaluation, or cancer prevention and control. Prior experience with qualitative data analysis (e.g., coding).

 

Preferred Qualifications

Prior work experience preferred. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Experience with Microsoft Office products. Experience with Excel, Access, online survey software, or SPSS a plus.

 

Application Information

  • Application Deadline: February 8, 2021 (Applications will be screened as they arrive; positions may be filled prior to this deadline.)
  • Send resume and cover letter by email to: Shaheen Rana, IDDI at shaheen [dot] rana [at] emory [dot] edu


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