STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANT - SCHOOL OF NURSING

Competition Number: 
36S12
Position Type: 
Student Position
Closing Date: 
Friday, March 16, 2012
Date of Posting: 
March 12, 2012
Department: 
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Position: 
STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Hours of Work: 

5 – 20 hours per week

Salary: 
$11.51 per hour (vacation pay included)
Term: 

As soon as possible until July 2012

A student research assistant is required to work under the direction of Christina Murray, in her study exploring inter-provincial labour migration and the experiences of women left behind.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
The student will be responsible for assisting with interview transcriptions, organization and analysis of data.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Preference will be given to a student presently enrolled in the undergraduate nursing program at UPEI. The successful applicant will have experience with transcription, strong organizational and data processing skills. An interest in women and family health and a strong understanding of the social determinants of health would also be an asset.
Priority to University of Prince Edward Island students in accordance with Recruitment, Selection, Hiring and Employment Policies and Procedures manual.

Application Instructions: 

Please submit electronically cover letter, quoting the competition number, a resume and references to be received no later than the closing date to employment@upei.ca. Please ensure that your first and last name and the competition number are included in the email subject line. You can also apply in person to the Human Resources Department, Kelley Building, University of Prince Edward Island, 550 University Avenue, Charlottetown, PEI C1A 4P3, Fax Number (902) 894-2895.
The University of Prince Edward Island is committed to gender equity in employment.
 

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