University of Washington School of Public Health
Work Study Position - Project ECHO (Extension for Community Health Outcomes)
This position is open to undergraduates.
Closing Date: open until filled
Posted: September 22, 2017
GREAT OPPORTUNITY AT HARBORVIEW FOR STUDENTS INTERESTED IN PUBLIC HEALTH, NURSING, OR BIOLOGY
This position will assist with information processing and management. Duties range from routine photocopying, electronic document conversion, scanning, faxing and filing to more complex tasks such as chart review, audio/video editing, clinical data extraction, data entry into research databases, and advanced record management. Assignment of specific duties will vary with skill and commitment. Must be able to work independently and proactively prioritize work, communicate well with team members, and initiate action as required to meet deadlines.
We’ll provide excellent work training as well as exposure to bio-behavioral research and telehealth training environments. Learn and observe steps that are needed to conduct research. Gain knowledge of specific disease processes, laboratory tests and radiological tests. Work in a team environment.
This position is based at Harborview; regular shuttles are available from the UW campus. Ideal candidates will be available 8-12 hours a week (option for more) for at least two academic quarters. Pay rate ranges from $15/hr.Skills/Eligibility:
Consideration for this position is limited to those who have been awarded work study as part of their UW financial aid package.How to Apply:
Contact Pam Landinez at firstname.lastname@example.org
(position currently listed on UW Work Study website under code AIND01)