ZSPH Faculty Recruitment
The ZSPH is currently recruiting for several faculty positions. Check out the Faculty Hire Portal for details!
GRADUATE STUDENT JOB
This position works directly with faculty investigators in the Zilber School of Public Health. Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology or a related degree. Must be enrolled in at least 6 credits in a UW-Milwaukee graduate program. Knowledge of Microsoft Office including PowerPoint and Excel is required. Qualitative research skills -experience with Atlas ti or NVIVO qualitative software strongly preferred. Strong inter-personnel and organizational skills and professional writing skills.
50% Project Assistant
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
The Research Assistant is responsible for assisting with data management, analysis, report writing, and publication and presentation preparation. Listed below are more specific responsibilities. Assist in analysis of qualitative and quantitative data. Assist in preparing project reports, manuscripts for publication and professional presentations and course material. Conduct and summarize detailed literature reviews on selected topics. Assist investigators with tasks related to the coordination and implementation of research protocols.
Knowledge and Abilities
The ideal candidate should be proficient in using and maintaining computer systems with Windows XP operating systems. This person should have qualitative research experience and familiarity using qualitative software such as Atlas ti and should be thoroughly familiar with UWM on-line library resources. This person must also be organized, highly motivated, self driven and able to multi-task without sacrificing accuracy and have the ability to prioritize projects while consistently ensuring that deadlines are achieved. Strong computer skills and the ability to understand quantitative data including willingness to learn different statistical software packages, including STATA is a plus.
Students without dissertator status, 6 graduate credits in any one semester
Term of Appointment
This is a 9-month appointment at 20 hours per week. Work hours can be flexible. Prefer the ability to commit to a two-year assistantship (second year dependent upon performance in the first year). Compensation is determined by university assistantship salary and stipend schedules. A non-doctoral, C Basis, 9-month appointment qualifies the graduate student for tuition remission, fringe benefits, and a stipend of $10,471.
How to Apply
Please email resume and attach a brief statement of interest to Tanika Reesnes, HR Representative, firstname.lastname@example.org