Temp Tech/ParaprofessionalRequisition Number:
7H675: Pediatrics - Palliative CareWork Location:
Lexington, KYSalary Range:
$13/hrType of Position:
StudentPosition Time Status :
Some college courses completedRequired Related Experience:
Experience in research preferredRequired License/Registration/Certification:
Standing or sitting up to 8 hours/day, lifting <30 lbs, may view computer up to 8 hours/day.Shift:
Flexible, generally Monday-Friday 8-5, some weekend, evening or night duties depending on research projectsJob Summary:
The PATH (Pediatric Advancement Toward Health) Research Team’s mission is to promote health and wellness in children facing medical conditions and their families. Our team focuses on emotional health within medicine; we partner with Kentucky Children’s Hospital and UK Health Care outpatient pediatric clinics in the research that we conduct. We are an active research team with multiple projects running simultaneously. An example of a current project includes the creation and evaluation of game-based emotional health screening system. Job responsibilities will include recruitment of research participants, reviewing medical records and extracting data, preparation of research materials, conducting phone assessments with research participants, data management, literature reviews, and IRB preparation and management. Completion of some college courses is required. Past research experience is preferred. Skills of successful applicants include strong organization, ability to work on teams and independently, reliability, and willingness to learn. Position will be a mix of remote and in-person work.Skills / Knowledge / Abilities:
Working knowledge of SPSS and excel preferred. Experience with data abstraction / data entry / research recruitment preferred.Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? :
Completion of courses in psychology, research methods, statistics.Deadline to Apply:
04/02/2021University Community of Inclusion:
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