We are hiring! Center for Social Work Research is seeking a Student Research Assistant
The Center for Social Work Research Student Research Assistant works with a team of students and research technicians to support various School of Social Work (SSW) faculty and staff and external clients with a variety of research projects. Duties include: Provide SSW faculty/staff and external clients research support on a variety of projects through use of SPSS, literature searches, data entry and coding, data analysis and reporting, online survey software, and transcription of narrative interviews; create surveys to be utilized for SSW assessments and Research Center purposes; program surveys into questionnaire formats (Remark and Qualtrics); administer surveys, conduct interviews and focus groups to SSW students and external client; assist in data processing and analysis using Remark, SPSS, Qualtrics, and Excel; assist in the preparation of user-friendly reports and data visualizations for internal SSW administrators and external clients; assist with Research Center website content entry. Qualifications: Experience working on social science research projects; experience with SPSS; completion of at least one Research, Research Methods and/or Research Statistics course required; comfortable with a variety of computer programs; ability to learn computer applications quickly; detail-oriented and organized, with excellent time-management skills; incoming or current WSU Social Work students are given preference; students with more than 1 year remaining in program are given preference; available to work during the summer and the school year. The position: Part-time hourly for 15-20 hours per week with no benefits; located in the School of Social Work; hours can be worked Monday-Friday, 9am-6pm. No evening or weekend hours available. Compensation: up to $14.00/hour depending on experience
If interested, please send your resume and cover letter to Kendra Wells (email@example.com), Interim Manager of Research Support. Please make sure to include your social work program, graduation date, experience with SPSS, and availability in your cover letter.