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University of Kansas Seeking Post-Doctoral Fellow

News Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2019 - 18:30

Postdoctoral Fellow/Scholar
Institution: University of Kansas - Lawrence, KS
Position Overview
The successful candidate must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins.
Job Duties:
Project management (50%):
Assist in research protocol development; coordinate IRB submission and human subject payments; assist in preparation of reports and manuscripts; develop and track budgets; supervise staff and students, to include scheduling, assignments, time reporting, and timely completion of duties; work with administration to maintain compliance with federal, state, and university regulations and policies.
Data management (25%):
Track project milestones; perform regular data quality assurance checks in Redcap, the online data collection platform; manage and report metrics of research success, produce descriptive and inferential reports of outcome measures.
Manuscript and grant writing assistance (15%):
Participate in the development of manuscripts to be submitted for publication.
Assist with the development of grant applications for federal and private agencies.
Conduct data processing and analysis tasks for manuscript and grant-writing activities.
Required Qualifications
1. PhD in social sciences, public health/epidemiology
Evaluation of the following requirements will be made through (1) descriptions of work experiences and educational experiences in cover letter, (2) record of accomplishments and productivity addressed in resume, (3) information provided from professional references including email addresses, and (4) a list of publications.
Preferred Qualifications
PhD in behavioral sciences or related field.
Experience with addiction research.
Experience with project coordination, data management, and data analytic techniques.
Experience with clinical in research, research with young adult populations, NIH-funded projects, and IRB submission.
Contact Information to Applicants
Dr. Tera Fazzino:
Additional Candidate Instruction
A complete on-line application includes the following materials: 
Cover letter
Names and contact information for three references, including email addresses 
The initial review of applications begins on April 11, 2019, and will continue until a qualified pool of applicants has been identified.
Advertised Salary Range: 47,476 minimum
Application Review Begins: 11-Apr-2019
Anticipated Start Date: 03-Jun-2019
Contact: University of Kansas


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