Administrative Research Assistant Senior
Administrative Research Assistant SeniorRequisition Number:
7H090:CENTER ON DRUG & ALCOHOL RESEAWork Location:
Louisville, KYGrade Level:
$16.49-26.38/hourType of Position:
StaffPosition Time Status :
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2 yrsRequired License/Registration/Certification:
Sitting and/or standing at the work station for extended periods.
Lifting and/or carrying light weight objects up to 20 pounds.
Days, Monday-Friday; occasional evening and weekends and in-state day travel.Job Summary:
The Center for Drug and Alcohol Research is seeking an individual to work on grant-funded research study collecting data from adult drug users in the community.
Duties include recruiting participants, collecting survey data, conducting qualitative interviews, locating participants for follow-up data collection, and adhering to study protocols. In addition, the research study requires collecting behavioral data and urine samples from consenting participants. The successful candidate will also be expected to coordinate daily operations; draft study materials; serve as a liaison; monitor the study tracking system; prepare reports; and perform other duties as assigned.
This position requires strong interpersonal skills for establishing rapport with participants, developing partnerships with the research team, community-based partners, staff and administration. This position will require some late afternoon hours to recruit and conduct interviews. Further, occasional in-state day travel will be required for training and supervision meetings.
This is a limited-term (4-5 years) position.
This position is located in Louisville, KY.
Data collection knowledge; basic computer skills including MS windows, Excel, Word, and Powerpoint; REDCap (or other survey platform); social media skills.Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? :
Bachelor’s degree plus three or more years related experience preferred.Deadline to Apply:
05/03/2021University Community of Inclusion:
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