Updated: 3 days ago
Location: Detroit, MICHIGAN
Research Assistant/Research Associate - SSW
Number of Vacancies
13 - College of Social Work
H1301-Deans Office Social Work
Essential Functions (Job Duties)
Support the analysis and dissemination of research findings of a longitudinal project that implements and evaluates a school-based prevention program focusing on risk and protective factors to prevent perpetration of sexual and teen dating violence among youth.
Support scanning of student surveys.
Engage in data management tasks including cleaning and merging data sets in SPSS.
Conduct qualitative analysis of survey data and development of manuscripts from research findings.
Assist in supervision of student research assistant staff.
Ongoing communication with the principal investigators and others affiliated with the project.
Support daily administrative operations of the research project.
Primarily remote work from home.
Bachelor's degree required for Research Assistant
Ph.D. required for Research Associate
Must have graduate level courses in social science research (social work, psychology, sociology, nursing, education or public health).
Excellent oral and written communications skills.
Experience working on social science research projects.
Comfortable with a variety of computer programs and applications.
MSW, MPH, or related Master's degree is preferred.
Full or Fractional Time
Fiscal Year of Job Open Date
Job Open Date
(When job is posted in the system)
Job Close Date
(or until suitable candidate is found)
Until Suitable Candidate is Found
Is this position reposted?
None (New Posting)
Background Check Requirements
University policy requires certain persons who are offered employment to undergo a background check, including a criminal history check, before starting to work. If you are offered employment, the University will inform you if a background check is required.
Instructions for submitting your application:
Please submit cover letter, CV and 3 references.
Represented Position Message
Salary (Hire Max)
Is Position Bump Ineligible?
(Non-Academic, Represented positions only. Select 'No' for Academic. Select N/A if Non-represented.)
**NOTE: If 'Yes' is selected, then this is a Bump Ineligible Position (BIP). The person who bids or hires into this 100% grant funded position has no bumping rights upon grant expiration or in a reduction of force.
Research Asst I (Temp), University of Michigan, United States, 9 days ago
facebook twitter rss plus Login Help and FAQ Search Jobs Home Search Jobs Benefits Choose Michigan Temporary Employment Career Development Help and FAQ Unable to Locate Job This job posting is exp...