Clinical Researcher I -(STA012863)
H0010 HEALTH Research Institute
Provides expertise in support of physical or mental health research projects. Typically works out of a clinic or otherhealth care facility and may travel to homes, schools or residential facilities to collect data. Performs advancedtesting procedures, data collection, and analysis. Typically works directly with human subjects. Ensuresexperiments are performed according to specifications. May make recommendations to changes in procedure,processes, or experimental design. May prepare and/or edit research papers, grant proposals and reports. Duties:Work is varied and somewhat difficult. May assist in advanced functions as part of training. Supervision: Receivesdirect supervision but is expected to learn how to select from a variety of standard procedures to complete tasks.
Additional Job Information
The RESTORE Lab at the University of Houston is looking to hire an energetic and motivated Social ScienceResearcher to assist with the coordination and execution of clinical research related to health disparities, chronicdisease, and addiction. This position would cover a broad range of responsibilities, notably: helping lead recruitmentand outreach efforts for the lab as a whole, aiding with different studies currently underway in the lab as needsdevelop, overseeing undergraduate and post-bac research assistants, and coordinating a major NIH-funded clinicaltrial that will test an app designed to help African American individuals with HIV quit smoking. Strong writing,analytical, and problem-solving skills are essential to succeed in this position. Documents Required: CV and cover letter
Bachelors and No experience
Bachelor's Degree with 0 years experience
Prior research experience
Notes to Applicant
: Position is grant funded.
: 12.43 - 18.33
Required Attachments by Candidate
: Resume, Cover Letter/Letter of Application
Jul 20, 2023
The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Additionally, the University prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.