Provides assistance and expertise in various areas of research such as calibration of instrumentation, equipment maintenance and repair, preparation of samples for testing, monitoring of safety equipment and procedures, development and fabrication of prototype equipment, recording of test results, and basic analyses of data.Ensures experiments are preformed according to specification. May make practical technical recommendations to changes in procedures, equipment, or prototype design.Applies basic skill and develops advanced skills.Duties: Varied but standardized. Often assists with, and may perform, some advanced functions. Solves most routine problems while referring more complex questions to higher levels.Supervision: Receives direct supervision but is expected to select from a variety of standard procedures to complete tasks.
Additional Posting Information:
Looking for a part-time (approximately 20 hours per week) research coordinator for Project PRIDE. Project PRIDE (Promoting Resilience In Discriminatory Environments) is an innovative research project in the form of a sex-positive sexual health promotion and HIV/STI prevention program for gay and bisexual men between the ages of 18-25.
We're looking to hire a research coordinator to engage in participant recruitment, conduct participant screenings, conduct assessments with participants, and work collaboratively with a team of researchers including graduate students and trained paraprofessionals. Experience in health-related research (e.g., psychology, public health, social work, etc.) and prior interaction with research participants is necessary. In addition, candidates should have knowledge of gay and bisexual men’s sexual health issues.
It is expected the position will last for approximately one year.
In lieu of degree, additional work experience and/or trade school is acceptable.
Associate's Degree with 1 years experience.
Internal Number: STA005308
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