Thank you for your interest in career opportunities with the Institute on Disability (IOD) at the University of New Hampshire. The IOD is committed to excellence in the work place and offers a wide range of benefits including tuition reimbursement, comprehensive insurance coverage (health, dental, life, long term care, disability), career services, staff development and multicultural resources.
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The Research Assistant in this project collects data from high school students, parents, teachers and project staff in a randomized controlled trial of an intervention called RENEW (Rehabilitation for Empowerment, Natural Supports, Education and Work.) This position is in the southwest are of New Hampshire. The Research Assistant will:
- Meet with students and families to explain the project and obtain informed consent.
- Conduct face-to-face interviews and administer questionnaires to students and educators every six months.
- Enter data into the project database.
- Verify accuracy and validity of data entered and correct any errors found.
- Engage as a project team member and attend trainings and grant meetings.
- Attend to and compile research with confidentiality protocols.
- Work as a member of the project research team.
The University of New Hampshire (UNH), the state’s land-, sea-, and space-grant institution and its only public research university, seeks a dynamic leader who will collaboratively and skillfully serve as the Director of the Institute on Disability (IOD). The Director will work closely with the Dean of the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS), other College Deans and Academic Leaders, the IOD Management Team, and state leaders to ensure that the vision, mission, and goals of the IOD are realized. The following outlines the responsibilities, competencies, and qualifications required.
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