UWG Student Assistant - Transcriptionist
Job Title: UWG Student Assistant - Transcriptionist
Location: UWG Recruiting Location
Full/Part Time: Part-Time
Job ID: 226718
Welcome to one of the most dynamic universities in the nation.
Since 1906, UWG has been home to those who are eager to take their own path, learn, and grow. With more than 13,400 students and 85+ programs, we've come a long way since then. Today, we're a regional powerhouse with locations in Carrollton, Douglasville, and Newnan, Georgia, making a difference in the lives of our students, our neighbors, and the world. The one thing that's never changed: Amazing things happen when you Go West.
Becoming is about what we grow to be. UWG is positioning for Success in the 21st Century, introducing Strategic Priorities to help shape a comprehensive blueprint for our university. Relevance, Competitiveness and Placemaking serve as the pillars for the future of the institution. Learn more at https://www.westga.edu/becominguwg/index.php.
UWG Commitment Statement
Dedicating ourselves to the curation of a first-choice university.
"My research project is focused on the moral rehabilitation of currently incarcerated female offenders; one group is in a Georgia correctional facility (14 women) and the second group resides in a Mississippi correctional facility (30 women).
I need someone to transcribe hand-written interviews into neatly typed word docs."
"Punctual and detail oriented, excellent typing skills, and the ability to transfer numbers into a pie chart.
The information contained in these interviews is highly confidential and employee must not speak about the contents of these interviews with anyone."
Enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and have a minimum 2.0 GPAKnowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Microsoft Word, PPT, and chart making
Be able to sit at computer and transcribe hand-written interviews.
Confidentiality is critical for this position.Other Information
Example of pie chart created from generic data. For example, among 50 females, 46 had a drug addiction, 40 have an alcohol addiction, 25 have committed drug crimes, and 23 have committed violent crimes.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Analyze and interpret data using critical thinking skills to contribute to understanding of research topic. Explain complex research questions and outcomes using oral and written communication to an audience both within and outside of the academic discipline. Apply research skills in a teamwork or collaborative research environment to contribute to project.