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Part-time Student Research Assistant

The University of Hong Kong

Apply now Ref.: 504564
Work type: Fractional / Part-time
Department: School of Public Health (22400)
Categories: Research Support Staff
Hong Kong

Part-time Student Research Assistant in the School of Public Health (several posts) (Ref.: 504564) (to commence as soon as possible for 6 months, with the possibility of renewal subject to satisfactory performance)

Applicants should be current undergraduate or postgraduate students in public health, science, social sciences, medical science or related disciplines. They should have a good command of written and spoken English and Chinese (including Cantonese), and good communication skills. They should be responsible, highly-motivated, detail-minded, and able to work independently as well as in a collaborative team environment. Preference will be given to those with experience in questionnaire handling, interview set-up and/or neuroimaging.

The appointee will assist in a research project related to environment, active living and cognitive health. They will conduct cognitive tests and face-to-face interviews; prepare interview reports for study subjects; collect, verify and process data with spreadsheets; monitor data collection equipment such as accelerometers and GPS monitors; assist in MRI scans; conduct on-site environment audits; handle follow-up tasks for cohort study; and perform other duties as assigned. Working on weekends and/or public holidays may be required occasionally. Enquires about the duties of the post should be sent to imaphk@hku.hk.

A highly competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered.

The University only accepts online application for the above posts. Applicants should apply online and upload an up-to-date C.V. Review of applicants will start on July 19, 2021 and continue until September 30, 2021, or until the posts are filled, whichever is earlier.

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