Work @ DETA

Work @ DETA

Interested in being a part of the DETA Team?  Don't hesitate to send us an email.  We are always looking for good humans passionate about good work.  We may have a place for you.  Just reach out and share with us your ideas for contributing.

Usual Terms of Employment
Summer or fall semester (per project or continuing basis)

Per project negotiated rate or $14.50 per hour (student cap)
Or, internship credit per course requirements

Contact Information

Apply for this position by sending vita, sample of work, and brief letter of interest to National Research Center on Distance Education and Technological Advancements, detaresearch[at]gmail.com.

Positions: We need you!

Graduate Student Research Assistant

Job Description:

The person in this position will assist with a variety of tasks to support the research projects and grant development, including our currently grant-funded efforts of the National Center for Distance Education and Technological Advancements (DETA).

Primary responsibilities will center on annotation of relevant literature, data entry, and content coding.

Other responsibilities may include:

-quantitative and/or qualitative analysis processes, including instrument development, data collection (surveys, interviews), data management, and data analysis.  Software may include Qualtrics, Microsoft Database, SPSS, R, Python, and Nvivo,

-collaborative efforts in dissemination including convenings, conference materials, and publications (i.e., meeting agendas, presentations, handouts, content writing and editing of reports and articles, visual representations of data, infographics, videos, training manuals) and associated coordination of events, and

-contributing to the ongoing success of DETA projects.

Qualifications

-Student status
-Bachelor’s degree in a field directly related to the research or data analysis responsibilities; Master’s degree preferred in any field.
-Minimum of one year of research experience or products of research experience
-Ability to work independently and collaboratively as a member of an interdisciplinary team
-Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines in a very busy and rapidly evolving department
-Excellent organizational, problem-solving, and troubleshooting skills

Undergraduate or Graduate Student Digital Comms Assistant

Job Description:

The person in this position will assist with a variety of tasks to support the research projects and grant development, including our currently grant-funded efforts of the National Center for Distance Education and Technological Advancements (DETA).

Primary responsibilities will center on developing our communications with our community. The may include: content writing and development for web, email, and social media; graphic design for reports, presentations, social comms, and web, such as infographics and branded images; event coordination and communication planning; and, implementation of new strategies to provide our community with information and connections that are supportive, including dissemination of our research findings and new practices.

Qualifications

-Student status
-Minimum of one year of digital communications experience or examples of work; Degree in strategic communications or similar field preferred.
-Ability to work independently and collaboratively as a member of a diverse unit.
-Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines in a very busy and rapidly evolving department.
-Excellent organizational, problem-solving, and troubleshooting skills.

 

 

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