The UMD School of Public Health's Center on Young Adult Health and Development is looking for a paid research assistant to assist with the operations of several projects, including a large-scale, longitudinal research study on the health-related behaviors of young adults during a critical life transition (The College Life Study), and a statewide collaborative project on reducing drinking and alcohol-related problems among college students. The Center is looking for a motivated, responsible student who is able to commit to working with us for at least the next two semesters, starting Fall 2018.
Please note: Both undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to apply but this position is not a graduate assistantship and does not offer any tuition remission benefits. This is a paid, hourly position.
Communication with study participants
Literature review and management
Data entry, cleaning, and verification
Opportunities to work on presentations and/or publications
Other tasks as assigned
Hours per Week
How to Apply
Submit your resume and a short letter explaining your interest in the position to Angie Barrall, Recruitment Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The application must be submitted by Tuesday, July 10.