New job ASSISTANT RESEARCHER in Wisconsin
Company : University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Salary : Details not provided
Location : Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) is one of the nation’s top 130 research universities as recognized by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
The Office of Research (OOR) facilitates the creation of new knowledge and the development of innovative solutions by supporting research across the sciences, arts, and humanities that enhances the mission of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and spurs economic growth.
OOR, and its staff, are responsible for central research administration, oversight of research policy and compliance, and internal research development programs. The Office is part of Academic Affairs, and includes the Office of Sponsored Programs, the Office of Undergraduate Research, as well as several research centers.
The Center for Urban Population Health (CUPH) was founded in 2001, more than 18 years ago. Its founding leadership understood their unique opportunity to join health care and the multiple discipline expertise that exists within their institutions and chartered the Center for Urban Population Health. Fifteen years later, much has changed within the public and population health landscape but Aurora Health Care, UW School of Medicine and Public Health and UW-Milwaukee have recommitted to each other, the Center and the community because of the same unique opportunity that remains today.
In reflecting on the past history of research, education, and service related projects that the Center has partnered in, we have found three key elements remain core to our population health approach. The three key elements found in every project are that they are data driven, based in evidence and engage the community or patients. Of course, we partner with government, community-based and health care organizations and students to accomplish our shared work.Job Summary
The successful candidate will be responsible for collecting information from participants based on research study protocols within the Father Inclusive Prenatal Healthcare (FIPH) project. Direction will be under Dr. Wrenetha Julion at Rush University and Dr. Paul Florsheim at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. General tasks include conducting interviews, epidemiological, social or behavioral assessments, and collecting data and/or biological samples from participants and families in studies.Minimum Qualifications
- Bachelor’s degree achieved or expected within one year of accepting the position
- Detail oriented with high attention to accuracy
- Demonstrates basic computer skills
- Strong written and verbal communications
- Ability to develop rapport with a diverse research participants
- Ability to navigate sensitive topics and maintain confidentiality of participants
- Ability to collaborate within multi-disciplinary team settings
- Availability to work evenings and weekends if called for under the study protocols
- May require personal transportation to field location
- Prior work with research study protocols preferred
- May require 6-8 weeks of training depending on study protocols
- Spanish language fluency
Applications must be submitted online and include the following materials:
- Cover Letter
- References (3 Minimum)
In your application materials, please be sure to address all minimum and preferred qualifications. In instances where the Search and Screen Committee is unable to ascertain from a candidate’s application materials whether the applicant meets any of the qualifications, the applicant will be evaluated as not meeting such qualifications.
This is a continuous recruitment with an initial screening of candidates to begin on May 5, 2021. Applicants received after May 4, 2021 may not receive consideration.Application Deadline 05/04/2021