Summer Graduate Research Assistant, RSPH

Summer Graduate Research Assistant, RSPH

The WHSC Office of Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP) seeks to hire a rising second-year Rollins School of Public Health student to serve as a graduate research assistant (GRA) during summer 2024. The GRA will conduct data cleaning and assist in data analysis and report writing for the Office of IPECP’s IPE-ACTS course. The position will pay $15 per hour for an estimated 50-60 hours of work during June and July 2024, and all work can be conducted remotely.

This position could also potentially count toward the student’s Applied Practice Experience (APE) if approved by the appropriate departmental APE advisor. Additionally, if the candidate has received the Rollins Earn and Learn (REAL) award, the candidate could continue working for the Office of IPECP as a REAL GRA during the 2024-2025 academic year. The REAL GRA’s primary responsibilities will be to assist in the planning and implementation of the 2024-2025 IPE-ACTS course.

Candidates should be detail-oriented, have experience working with datasets, and have strong writing/communication skills. Experience with quantitative data analysis is required, and qualitative data analysis experience is preferred but not required.

Interested candidates should submit resumes to Rebecca Baggett, Office of IPECP Director of Projects, via email at rbagget [at] emory [dot] edu.

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