UNDERGRADUATE DATA ENTRY POSITION
The Institute for Health Research and Policy has an immediate opening for an undergraduate student to enter and manage data for a nationwide study of school district wellness policies funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The primary job function is to enter/manage data and to help to develop data-related end products (tables and presentations). Additional administrative duties may include copying, web searches, filing, and phone calls. This position will start as soon as possible but no earlier than after the Fall 2015 UIC final exam period. Ideally, the student will work during winter break (with the exception of holiday periods). The position will continue through the Spring 2016 semester. Additionally, there is a potential for this position to continue through the summer and possibly the Fall of 2016 depending on project needs and funding availability. The position is located on the Westside of campus.
Excellent Microsoft Excel skills; Experience with Microsoft Word formatting, tables, styles; Experience with Microsoft PowerPoint; Prior experience doing data entry or working on large, university research studies preferred; Experience with data management and/or development of data-related products) a plus; Ability to work at least 10-15 hours per week (more during breaks); Excellent attention to detail; Ability to sustain attention to repetitive tasks for extended periods of time; Ability to work independently following directions, but ask for guidance when needed; and, Excellent organizational skills.
For full consideration, please send a cover letter stating your interest in the Data Entry Position and copy of your resume or CV to Ms. Elizabeth Piekarz at firstname.lastname@example.org . Applications will be reviewed/accepted until the position is filled. Only applicants of interest will be contacted.
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