Duties will include scheduling meetings and taking minutes, event planning for local suicide prevention trainings, completing reports, and updating policy documents, conducting literature searches and assisting with scholarly projects related to the grant, managing IRB requirements, participating in data collection initiatives, supporting university collaborations focused on indicated prevention initiatives on campus.
Bachelors degree (or college-level experience) in psychology, social work, public health or relevant field and will have research experience and experience in project management ; excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and organizational skills, proven ability to work well with faculty, students, and staff; outstanding attention to detail and project deadlines; proven ability to maintain individual rights to privacy and confidentiality; excellent customer service skills.
This temp position will end on 9/30/2019.
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