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Graduate Assistantship Position

Posting No: GS14-3032
Hiring Unit: School of Nursing
Category: Research

Job Description: Graduate student sought to assist nursing faculty with data entry, analysis of quantitative studies, scoring of survey instruments, participation in designated human subjects training, data collection-tool administration to subjects in study, and other related activities as needed. Must have experience with Microsoft office package (including) Access, Internet, e-mail, SPSS, Excel spreadsheets and other data analysis packages as well as APA format for publications. Some travel to regional Illinois healthcare facilities for data gathering is required. Student must have access to a vehicle. Mileage is reimbursed.



Qualifications Required: The applicant must be knowledgeable or have have ability to learn about the research process. Applicant must be admitted into a graduate degree program at SIUE. Applicant must have had a Graduate Research class at time of application.

Period of Appointment: Fall 2013 through Fall 2014

Salary: $395 per month (25% = 10 hours per week)

Number of Openings: 1

Closing Date For Applications: Until position is filled

Submit: All interested applicants must fill out the Application for Graduate Assistantship form found on the Graduate School website.

Southern Illinois University EdwardsvilleSchool of Nursing
Campus Box 1066

Attn: Andy Griffin
Edwardsville, IL 62026-1066

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