Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The After Deployment: Adaptive Parenting Tools (ADAPT) for Active Duty project is a research study being conducted by the Institute for Translational Research in Children’s Mental Health in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota. This study is taking place at military bases across the United States, including Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Assessment Technicians are needed to complete multiple in-home assessments for the families participating as research subjects in this study on parenting after military deployment.
This is a remote position and work will take place on and around Fort Bragg.
Work in pairs to complete assessments at families’ homes (mostly during weekday evenings and weekends)
Administer questionnaires to children between the ages of 5 and 14 at home visits
Administer questionnaires to parents and facilitate family interaction tasks
Travel to and from family homes
Collect and return equipment used for assessments to the Site Coordinator
Participate in in-house Assessment Technician training and period coaching sessions with study staff
Attend project meetings
High School Diploma/GED
A minimum of 6 months experience working with children and families
Must be able to work evening and weekend shifts
Must have reliable transportation and valid driver’s license
Ability to quickly build rapport with both adults and children
Comfortable going into peoples’ homes to collect study data
Ability to commit to the position for the entire data collection period (through September 2020)
One year of experience working on research studies or familiarity with research methodology
Excellent organizational skills
Ability to strictly adhere to a written protocol but also adapt to unexpected situations
Internal Number: 335904
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