TITLE: Research Associate (part time)
SCHOOL: Case Western Reserve University School of Nursing
SUPERVISOR NAME AND TITLE: Carol M Musil, PhD, RN, FAAN
With minimal supervision, the Research Associate will be expected to have excellent work skills, be highly organized and have efficient problem-solving capacity. Position involves the execution of research-related work as directed by and in collaboration with the principal investigator and project manager. The research associate will apply principles and knowledge relevant to research projects in the field of nursing and aging. The research assistant will perform a range of research-related duties and tasks, including subject recruitment, retention, and data collection activities, coding for both quantitative and qualitative data, and data management. This position will work with human subjects, and requires knowledge and experience accordingly.
This person will participate in strategic planning for current and future research initiatives as directed by the PI and participate in their development, and participate in scholarly productivity related to the PI’s research studies (publications, presentations, etc.) and those of collaborators.
Strong community-based behavioral research and interpersonal skills; possess advanced longitudinal and multivariate data analysis skills as well as qualitative analysis skills.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS V. YEARS OF RELEVANT EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
PhD with educational background and research experience in women’s health, mental health, nursing, and/or aging required.
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Case Western Reserve University is an Equal Opportunity Employer encouraging excellence through diversity. Qualified woman and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
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