Deadline: until filled
Athena Ramos in the Center for Reducing Health Disparities is seeking a work study student to assist with an on-going research project. See the job description below, and contact Athena if you are interested.
MUST be eligible for Federal Work Study. If you are unsure of your eligibility, please see COPH Career Services for more information, and/or communicate with UNMC Financial Aid.
Deadline: until filled
HDR is seeking a Senior Researcher (would probably be a best fit either for a recent grad who had prior work experience, or for someone who has been out and working for a while. PhD is preferred.)
The Senior Researcher leads development and implementation of Research initiatives. This is a senior-level consulting role, and the candidate is expected to seek out and leverage opportunities to develop impactful research across HDR program areas. Specific responsibilities include working with internal and external clients (as well as more junior Research staff) to develop viable and significant research questions and hypotheses, to develop and delineate clear research designs and approaches, to guide junior staff in systematic literature searching and reviews and in writing research plans and protocols, to develop and validate data collection instruments as needed, and to oversee and participate in data collection and analysis processes. The Senior Researcher is expected to conduct advanced statistical analyses, including analyses of correlated/longitudinal data, and to be able to clearly summarize results and lead teams in writing reports and manuscripts. The Senior Researcher must work collaboratively with content experts in other Consulting groups and with project leaders on research initiatives. The candidate should be an articulate advocate for the value of research to clients, to the industry, and within HDR. Continue reading “Senior Researcher”
The Eppley Institute/Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center is seeking a federal work study student to serve as a Research Assistant. Continue reading “Research Assistant (FWS position)”
The Rheumatology team within the Department of Internal Medicine is seeking two federal work study students to assist with data collection and entry.
View the document below for description and application instructions.
This student worker position is dedicated to assisting the Dean of the College of Public Health with research, writing, presentations, and speaking engagements throughout the year. Effective communication of public health data and information is critical to this role. This student worker will work closely with the Dean and will report to the Administrator for Evaluation and Program Coordination. Continue reading “Student Worker”