University of Utah Hourly Research Assistant in Salt Lake City, Utah
Open Date 08/07/2018
Requisition Number PRN08384N
Job Title Hourly Research Assistant
Working Title Hourly Research Assistant
Job Grade B
FLSA Code Nonexempt
Patient Sensitive Job Code?
Type Non Benefited Staff / Student
Standard Hours per Week 10
Full Time or Part Time? Part Time
Work Schedule Summary
-Up to10 hours/week Fall ‘18 & Spring’19 semesters
-Flexible to meet individual needs
-Evenings may be needed on occasion
Is this a work study job? No
VP Area Academic Affairs
Department 00167 - CSW Social Research Institute
City Salt Lake City, UT
Type of Recruitment External Posting
Pay Rate Range $16/hr
The University of Utah and Primary Children’s Center for Safe and Healthy Families (SHF) are collaborating on the project Pediatric Integrated Post-trauma Services (PIPS): An Evidence Based Care Process Model for Pediatric Traumatic Stress. The purpose of this project is to develop and disseminate clinical algorithms and tools for medical providers to detect, assess, and manage traumatic stress, facilitating timely treatment and referral and minimizing the misuse of medication. The project goals include 1) Develop an evidence based care process model (EB-CPM) and decision support tools for pediatric traumatic stress; 2) Implement and assess the pediatric traumatic stress EB-CPMfor frontline healthcare providers in primary care and children’s advocacy centers; and 3) Provide national leadership on the use of care process models in trauma exposed children. The initial pilot and statewide implementation are occurring through the Intermountain Healthcare network of Primary Care Clinics and Children’s Advocacy Centers in the state of Utah.
We are currently looking for a research assistant to work with Brooks Keeshin, MD, Kara Byrne, PhD, and Lindsay Shepard,LCSWto assist with research and evaluation of the EB-CPMfor Pediatric Traumatic Stress. This research assistant will have space at both the Social Research Institute and Primary Children’s Center Safe and Healthy Families.
-Entering quantitative and qualitative data
-Transcribing audio interviews
-Quick typing on Microsoft Word
-Intermediate abilities in Microsoft Word & Microsoft Excel
-High-level of attention to detail and organization
-Introductory research knowledge-base
-Graduate student in a behavioral science or clinical field preferred
Special Instructions Summary
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This position may require the successful completion of a criminal background check and/or drug screen.