Student Hourly - 13111BR

Student Hourly

Department: 
Curriculum & Teaching
Location/Division: 
University of Kansas - Lawrence
Reg/Temp: 
Temporary
Employee Class: 
S-Student

Position Overview

Advanced graduate student able to conduct quantitative analysis with federal and/or national data related to issues of racial equity and PK-12 education.

Job Description

100% administrative assistance.
1. Analyzing and managing quantitative software and data reports.
2. Attending meetings with faculty advisor.
3. Note taking during meetings with advisor.

Required Qualifications

1. KU student must be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours each semester during the academic year. Enrollment of one credit hour during the summer session is required if the student was not enrolled the previous spring or is not pre-enrolled in the upcoming fall term.
2. Must be a current KU graduate student.
3. Advanced experience with SPSS, Stata, SAS, and/or HLM software, experience with regression and/or HLM quantitative analysis, as evidenced in application materials.
4. Ability to input data in quantitative software, as evidenced in application materials.
5. Experience with Microsoft Office, as evidenced in application materials.

Preferred Qualifications

1. Experience with SPSS and ability to conduct quantitative analysis of large scale data.
2. Experience with Microsoft Office.

Additional Candidate Instructions

Complete Application:
Resume
Cover Letter

Contact Information to Applicants

Dr. Dorothy Hines - dhinesd@ku.edu

Advertised Salary Range

$15/hr

Anticipated Start Date

04-Nov-2018

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Posting Information
Posting ID:
13111BR
Department:
Curriculum & Teaching
Location/Division:
University of Kansas - Lawrence
Reg/Temp:
Temporary
Employee Class:
S-Student
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