Research Assistant #0254
- Responsible for transcribing (typing) audio interview recordings that range from 1-2 hours in length.
- Will transcribe between 30-40 interviews over two semesters.
- Dialogue with web archive and museum exhibit contractors.
- Help maintain data files on hard drive, cloud, and public archive.
- Provide input with website and logo design.
- Assist with project pre-interviews and recording sessions.
- Meet weekly with director for project updates and deliverables.
- Create and maintain IPHP social media pages.
- Help director plan museum displays.
- Assist with end of project thank you gala with Entergy, Inc and power plant workers.
- May visit Indian Point Energy Center and meet employees of Entergy, Inc.
- Work with contractors and vendors for data storage or museum displays.
- Undergraduate student (BA) with background in one of the following: history, humanities, social sciences, psychology, sociology, anthropology, journalism, English, or library science.
- Must be adept at handling MS Office software. Strong writing and editorial skills. Organized and attentive to detail. Ability to meet deadlines.
- Demonstrated commitment to the mission of Indian Point Heritage Project and Clarkson University Beacon Institute.
- Must reside within commuting distance of Beacon Institute Campus.
- Willingness to undergo radiation training program and tour Indian Point Energy Center.
- Graduate student (MA or PhD) with background in one of the following: history, humanities, social sciences, psychology, sociology, anthropology, journalism, English, or library science.
- Previous experience as a research assistant, conducting interviews, and processing qualitative data in an academic setting.
- Experienced in web design or archival work.
- Concentration in energy or industry related topic.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, sit, bend and stoop. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Clarkson is committed to complying with the guidelines set forth under the Americans with Disabilities Act.Special RequirementsOpen Date09/28/2020Close Date10/21/2020Open Until FilledYesApplicant Review Start Date10/21/2020Projected Start Date11/10/2020Special Instructions for this Posting
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