Research Field Collector
The Bilingual Data Collector will be involved data collection, data integrity, and interaction with parent-child dyads that live in Davidson County. This position will be responsible for collecting data from research study participants both in a community and in a home setting. They will be responsible for entering data in real time, compiling end of shift reports, and weekly update summaries. They will be expected to participate in weekly team meetings to update the PI on the progress of their data collection, and they will be expected to analyze trends in the data collection process to inform changes.
- Applicants should have strong interpersonal skills and be dependable and reliable.
- Applicants must be willing to work flexible hours as needed including nights and weekends to respond to study needs.
- Applicants must be English-Spanish bilingual to effectively communicate with study participants.
A background in child development and/or previous experience working with small children preferred.
This is a part-time temporary position that does not include benefits.