Welcome to the Gillings School’s Job Postings page. If you would like to post a job, please use our Internal Jobsite Posting Request Form. The purpose of this page is to advertise short-term opportunities for students in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area. Work-Study positions should be advertised on the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid’s JobX website. Permanent, full-time positions, including positions for recent graduates, should be advertised in Handshake.

Information on Email Scams
Recently, the Information Security Office has been alerted to an uptick in attempts to gather personal information from students via fake job offers purporting to be from research employment opportunities.
Here are some tips to help you sort out whether a job offer solicited via email is legitimate or not (here’s a clue: they’re usually not).

  • The employer contacted you and you never contacted them.
  • The pay offered is above average for the position.
  • Online interviews are conducted via instant messaging services.
  • You are asked to provide confidential information either via email or the creation of an account online.
  • Payment is required to participate in the hiring process.
  • There is a sense of urgency or a time requirement for immediate action on your part.
  • It just feels “off.”

If you receive suspicious e-mails like this, please alert the service desk via 919-962-HELP or help.unc.edu before taking any other actions.

Job Postings

Please check back soon for new job postings.

TitleLocationStartEndHours/WeekSalary/StipendApplication DeadlineHow to ApplyRoles/ResponsibilitiesQualifications/Education Requirements
BabysitterChapel HillASAPAug-2410$20-$22 per hourRollingText Julia at (631) 921-6555Family looking for a warm, fun and reliable morning babysitter for our sweet and playful 14 month old baby girl. You will take walks, go for hikes around the trails in our neighborhood, feed her breakfast, play and get her dressed for the day.Must have experience caring for babies and toddlers professionally. We hope you adore babies! You will need your own transportation.
Criminal Justice Innovation Lab Research AssistantThe UNC School of Government (SOG)We are seeking a candidate for the spring 2024 semester who will be able to continue working on the projects full or part time during the summer of 2024.We are seeking a candidate for the spring 2024 semester who will be able to continue working on the projects full or part time during the summer of 2024.This is a part-time (15 hours per week), hourly position.The pay rate is $20 - $25 an hour depending on qualifications.Accepting Until FilledSend resume and cover letter to mbailey@sog.unc.edu.The Lab is seeking a graduate student to support various Lab projects, including evaluations of alternative responder programs in North Carolina (e.g., mental health clinician(s) co-responding with or responding in lieu of a police officer to crisis calls), a feasibility assessment for a project assessing the impact of pretrial services in North Carolina, and a project assessing the implementation of holistic defense in North Carolina public defender offices. These projects include both quantitative and qualitative research methods. Read more/less.

Duties include:
• Assisting Lab staff in obtaining administrative data (including court, police, dispatch, and jail records)
• Cleaning and coding data
• Linking data sources to create analytic datasets, conducting analyses, and interpreting findings
• Assisting with developing survey instruments and interview protocols
• Conducting outreach to gather survey responses
• Cleaning and analyzing survey data
• Conducting document review
• Performing additional background research as needed to support ongoing projects
The Research Assistant frequently will collaborate with other Lab team members, including the Lab’s Data Analyst, Data Manager, Project Manager, Research Director, and Director, as well as affiliated researchers and stakeholder clients.
Depending on the candidate’s skills and interests, they may take on other tasks as other project or organizational needs arise.
We are currently seeking 1-2 highly qualified Graduate Research Assistant(s) to contribute to three dynamic projects. The first project, supported by an R01 grant from the National Cancer Institute (NCI), leverages cancer registry linked Medicare data to unravel the intricacies of early cancer diagnosis, understand the importance of emergency presentations, and improve health disparities. The second project, with funding from AcademyHealth, delves into the diverse routes to diagnosis among patients diagnosed with 16 different cancer types in North Carolina. Lastly, our third project, conducted is a Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Diagnostic Excellence Initiative award in collaboration with Baylor University, focused on uncovering drivers of diagnostic delays among patients diagnosed with gastrointestinal cancers.
Under the direct supervision of Dr. Caroline Thompson (Associate Professor of Cancer Epidemiology; caroline.thompson@unc.edu), the selected applicant(s) will support the generation and communication of scientific findings from the projects. The duties of the GRA will include: attending team meetings, performing literature reviews, statistical analysis, and preparation of scientific abstracts and writing manuscripts.
Currently enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program in public policy, political science, statistics, public health, public administration, social work, or a related field.
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• Proficiency in programming and conducting analyses in Stata or R
• Experience with cleaning, managing, and analyzing large datasets (experience with criminal justice data preferred)
• Experience conducting qualitative research such as survey research, interviews, and document review
• Strong written and interpersonal communication skills and the ability to synthesize complex information
• Ability to work in a nonpartisan, nonadvocacy environment
Data AnalystRaleigh (Shaw University)ImmediateMay, August 2024Varies. Most work can be done remotely. However, Read more/less.
until a person becomes familiar with the project and the required report, he or she must come to Raleigh. Additionally, the person has to go to Raleigh to meet with investigators when data are analyzed to discuss findings for presentation. A person has to use a password-protected computer provided by the research project.
$20-25 dollars per hour, depends on statistical skillsAs soon as filledEmail dbrowne@Shawu.edu or Dbrowne@email.unc.eduRead more/less.

To conduct data analyses on a dataset consisting of 300 surveys that evaluate a program awarding grants to community-based organizations. A survey asks questions about the process and criteria used in grantmaking. The majority of the questions ask for ratings of the process. A few questions are open-ended surveys have open-ended questions that must be categorized. (about 25 surveys)

There is focus group data as well. Approximately ten focus groups in which participants were asked questions about the grantmaking process and their experiences.

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Experience with SAS or SPSS. Also, some experience analyzing qualitative data using M AXQDA , NVivo, or ATLASti.
Duke Graduate Research AssistantDurhamFlexibleFlexible10 to 15$21/hrOpen until filled Apply Here

Email Margaret Roach, margaret.roach@duke.edu CV would be useful, but would also accept a cover letter explaining interest in the work.
The hired graduate research assistant(s) will contribute to quantitative and qualitative research activities. These include:
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Completing qualitative interviews with stakeholders and members of the HEART Program,

Completing quantitative surveys of individuals living in over-surveilled communities in Durham,

Supporting survey development activities,

Participating in coding and data analyses,

Contributing to the development of scholarly products

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Strong interest in health equity and the criminal legal system,

Interest in contributing to scholarly products,

Experience with qualitative interviewing,

Familiarity with qualitative data analysis software such as NVivo,

Not required, but we would give special consideration to individuals with high proficiency in reading/writing in Spanish
Patient Care AssistantCareYaya FoundationFlexibleFlexibleFlexible work hours; set your own schedule (on-demand like Uber or DoorDash)Pay of $15-25/hourASAPStudents can apply here.Read more/less.

CareYaya is backed by leading organizations like the AARP, RRF Foundation for Aging, Atrium Health, and other large healthcare systems around the country. Importantly, CareYaya charges no fees to families – it’s completely free to use.

Here are some features of ours in the news.

We’re growing rapidly and are looking for students to join as a Patient Care Assistant.

Benefits include: 
- Get direct patient care hours 
- No prior certifications required 
- Meaningful work experience and 1x1 care helping elders in the community and advancing health equity
- Experiences that make great essays for grad school applications
- Collaborate closely with top healthcare systems (Atrium Advocate Health, Duke Health, Mass General, Emory Health) 
- Top caregivers get letters of recommendation from physicians for Med/PA/Nursing/other graduate schools
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No certifications required
Post-doctoral Research AssociateChapel HillASAP1-year4050,000-70,000Open until filledApply through this link.Read more/less.

Quality control of genetics and omics data

Statistical analysis

Summarizing results for publications and presentations

Coordinate project with collaborators

Supervise trainees in the laboratory

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A doctoral degree (PhD) in Epidemiology, Human Genetics, Biostatistics, Bioinformatics or related field or a MD, DDS, or DVM degree combined with training in human genetics.

High-level skill in R programming in unix environment is required.

Excellent communication and written skills.

Experience working on genotyped, sequencing or multi-omics data.

Project Coordinator RaleighASAPMay 202420 hours per weekFlexible-depends on skills and experienceOpen until filledSend an email to dbrowne@Shawu.edu or Dbrowne@email.unc.eduRead more/less.

This is a data surveillance initiative involving eight institutions of higher education. The person will coordinate meetings and minutes for this site; participate in student/interviewers; prepare reports derived from data; attend on-site meetings of the institutions; assist in supervising the student/interviewers who will make calls in the telephone call center; participate in the development of proposals to continue the project and other related duties.

This position can be structured to fulfill the field placement or internship requirements.

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At least an MPH. Person must possess strong verbal and writing skills, experience conducting needs assessments and proposal development, and experience handling data.
Preschool English Speaking TeacherDurhamImmediately6/7/242418.50/hrOngoingApply HereSupervise children at all times (Mon - Thurs 8:30am-12:15pm)
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Create a safe and engaging classroom environment
Plan lessons with cooperating teacher and curriculum director
Be physically able to fully participate in daily schedule - majority of time spent outside
Maintain communication with parents who are majority Spanish speaking
Attend weekly staff meetings
The ideal candidate must be a team player, passionate about working with young children. The English Speaking PreK Teacher co-teaches with the Spanish Speaking PreK Teacher to develop a meaningful, authentic, play-based emergent curriculum using Project Based Learning and Reggio-Emilia inspired curriculum . One day a week, this classroom spends the entire day in an outdoor classroom at our offsite location in North Durham.
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(Teachers who speak English/Spanish work as a team.)
Experience working with young children.
Commitment to create a culturally enriching and strengths based learning environment.
Interest in outdoor education.
Ideal candidates will have at least one year of experience as a Daycare Teacher - Preschool Teacher - Child care Teacher - Teacher Assistant - Daycare Assistant Teacher - Early Childhood Education - Childcare Teacher or similar job experience.
Paid time off
Professional development assistance
Graduate Assistant, Crisis Response and Risk MitigationDuke Universityrequired start date: 8/14/24.Fall 2024 Semester with renewal for Spring 2025, contingent upon enrollment in graduate course work; required start date: 8/14/24.19.9 hours per week, during regular business hours with occasional nights and weekends

Work Location: In person 16 hours/week; Remote 3.9 hours/week
$17-$21/hour (final pay rate set by Duke Student Affairs HR)Review of applications will begin on March 18, 2024, and continue until the position is filled.Read more/less.

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Please email Justin Sharpe at justin.sharpe@duke.edu to discuss this opportunity
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The Dean of Students Office directs the Division of Student Affairs’ Crisis Response and Risk Mitigation efforts to increase student health and safety through individual and environmental strategies. This new
administrative office was developed from lessons learned throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic, highlighting the
need to focus on these efforts and potential emergent needs.
Nature of Responsibilities:
The Graduate Assistant, Crisis Response and Risk Mitigation works with the Associate Dean and Director to
increase student health and safety through individual and environmental strategies.
This includes but is not limited to:
• Coordinating and facilitating training for students, faculty, and staff.
• Coordinating the recruitment of students, faculty, and staff for A-Team and Pickets, Protests, and
Demonstrations (PPD) Team related needs.
• Coordinating and assisting in planning large events.
• Assisting in the development of emergency management plans for the Division of Student Affairs.
• Collaborating with campus stakeholders to support health and safety initiatives.
• Advising students and student organizations to support operations within the Pickets, Protests, and
Demonstrations policy.
• Analyzing, maintaining, and managing office databases that support strategic goals and initiatives.
• Providing general support to professional staff as needed.
Qualifications and Skills:
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• Enrolled full-time in a graduate program in public health, higher education, or closely related field.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, critical-thinking skills, and use of sound judgment.
• Ability to take initiative, balance multiple projects, and set priorities.
• Ability to work autonomously yet also be a member of a team.
• Strong attention to accuracy and detail.
DPHI Graduate AssistantChapel HillASAP4/30/2024The weekly time commitment is flexible; however, the graduate assistant should expect to spend an average of 5 hours per week through April 30, 2024.The position offers an hourly rate of $23 plus fringe benefits. Tuition reimbursement is not available.The position will remain open until filled.Read more/less.

Interested students should send their resume and cover letter to rhondaas@unc.edu with the subject line: DPHI Graduate Assistant.
Gillings’ new Dental Public Health Initiative (DPHI) is accepting applications from MPH students (residential and MPH@UNC) for a short-term graduate assistant position.
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While desired skills are outlined below, all who have interest in the project are encouraged to apply.

DPHI Background Information:
Nearly all oral diseases and conditions are preventable, including dental caries (tooth decay) and periodontal (gum) disease. However, at least 80% of Americans aged 6 and older have experienced dental caries, the rate of periodontal disease remains high among adults, and disparities persist by race/ethnicity and poverty status. The impact of untreated oral disease also goes well beyond localized pain and discomfort. Oral diseases are intimately connected to systemic health, economic productivity, academic achievement, and overall quality of life. For these reasons and more, oral health is more than just a concern for the dental community.

Gillings has a long, rich history of dental public health education and research, as detailed in the book, First in the Nation, written by Dr. Gary Rozier – HMP Emeritus Professor. The new DPHI will build on this legacy to ensure public health and non-public health students and practitioners understand oral health as a key component of overall health and consequently, public health. Ultimately, the initiative seeks to build the capacity of current and future multidisciplinary workforces to improve population oral health.

To inform the core work of the DPHI, the views and perspectives of statewide stakeholders will be solicited through key informant interviews.

Job Description
The graduate assistant will help finalize the key informant interview question sets, coordinate interview times for approximately twenty (20) key informants, independently conduct and transcribe interviews, and analyze and summarize responses into themes, where appropriate. As time permits, the graduate assistant may also assist with the development of a summary report.
Qualifications and Skills:
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The DPHI is looking for a graduate assistant who will bring one or more of the following knowledge, skills and abilities to the project:

-Strong verbal and written skills.
-Experience conducting key informant and/or focus group interviews.
-Experience with qualitative data analysis and related analytic tools (ie NVivo)
-Oral health background is preferred but not required.
CIPhER InternshipUNC School of PharmacySummer 2024Summer 2024Full Time$15.00/hour6/3/2024Apply hereRead more/less.

The Center for Innovative Pharmacy Education and Research (CIPhER). Founded in 2017, CIPhER’s mission focuses broadly on improving the practice of pharmacy education and the quality and impact of research and scholarship on pharmacy education by coordinating and fostering the efforts of the School’s faculty, clinical preceptors, postgraduate fellows, residents and teaching assistants. CIPhER also aims to help faculty and others design, implement, present and publish educational research and scholarship.

To achieve these aims, CIPhER offers onsite and online training workshops and institutes, hosts the School’s Teaching and Learning Certificate program, provides consultation, and coordinates relevant, mutually beneficial efforts with entities such as the UNC Center for Faculty Excellence, other UNC health science schools, the UNC School of Education, ACCP, and the PharmAlliance.

To support, facilitate, and advance this work, we are seeking to hire up to three (3) highly qualified summer interns. The selected candidate(s) will receive an 8-week appointment as an intern. The internships will provide exposure and mentored experience across a wide range of educational research activities supporting CIPhER’s core mission, including study design, data collection, data analysis, and academic writing. The anticipated appointment will be from June 3, 2024 to July 26, 2024, although start and end dates can be adjusted based on Center and intern needs.
Qualifications and Skills:
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To be considered, applicants should be enrolled and in good standing in a doctor of pharmacy degree program or a bachelor of science degree program in statistics, applied math, education, or related field of study.

Applicants should also demonstrate: (1) an interest in data science for education research, assessment and evaluation; (2) skill in thinking critically and challenging the status quo to arrive at solutions with the greatest potential for impact; (3) communicating and collaborating effectively; and (4) prioritizing and managing multiple concurrent responsibilities and activities.
Admissions AmbassadorUNCSummer 2024 or Fall 2024Spring 2025VariesTBDASAPRead more/less.Read more/less.

Admissions Ambassadors support the office in both Tour Guide and Office Assistant roles.
Qualifications and Skills:
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We’re hiring hard-working, caring and collaborative Carolina students to join our Ambassador team. Apply now for Summer 2024 and the 2024-2025 Academic Year.
Teaching Assistantships in the Writing and Learning Center for 2024–25UNCFall 2024Spring 202515TAs work 15 hours per week, are eligible for health insurance, and receive a stipend of $10k/semester.March 11th, 2024Read more/less.

You'll find a link to our application web form and further information here.

If you have questions, contact Assistant Director Alex Funt at tafunt@email.unc.edu about the Writing Coaches position.

Follow the link or more details about the position as well as the application web form. You are welcome to contact Peer Tutoring Specialist Robin Horton at robin_horton@unc.edu with any questions about the Peer Tutoring Graduate Assistant position.
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The Writing and Learning Center seeks enthusiastic, student-centered graduate students to apply for Teaching Assistantships in the 2024–2025 academic year. We plan to hire several TAs to serve as Graduate Writing Coaches, and we are also looking to hire a Peer Tutoring Graduate Assistant.

Graduate Writing Coaches
Would you like to improve your teaching skills? Gain valuable professional experience working with students one-on-one? Learn more about teaching writing? Becoming a Writing Center coach provides a wonderful opportunity to develop your teaching skills, learn more about yourself as a writer, and join a dynamic community of graduate and undergraduate student coaches from across the University. We are seeking applicants from a variety of fields.

Peer Tutoring Graduate Assistant
The Learning Center’s Peer Tutoring program supports students in more than 100 undergraduate courses through appointment-based peer tutoring. Tutors enroll in EDUC 387: Peer Tutoring, in which they learn about effective tutoring and learning strategies. The Peer Tutoring Graduate Assistant (PTGA) will work with the Peer Tutoring Specialist to teach EDUC 387, grade written assignments, supervise tutors, and manage the peer tutoring program. The Peer Tutoring Graduate Assistant will work for 15 fixed, consistent hours per week. These hours must include 2 weeknight evenings: Mondays and Tuesdays 5:00-8:00pm. Applicants should have experience teaching or TA-ing, the ability to learn quickly and work independently, and strong organization and communication skills. A background in education is a plus, but graduate students from all fields are welcome to apply.

Joining the Writing and Learning Center staff is a great opportunity to work in a dynamic, student-centered community of professionals dedicated to serving UNC students. Past Teaching Assistants have found that their Writing and Learning Center training and experience are valued by employers and have described working with us as one of their best graduate school experiences. We look forward to reading your applications!
Qualifications and Skills:
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Full-time, degree-seeking graduate students in all UNC-Chapel Hill schools and departments may apply. While the Writing and Learning Center does not directly provide tuition support, employment here often makes graduate students eligible for such support from their departments. These are on-campus positions.
Summer Program Assistants (PA's)NC-HCAP5/22/247/19/24Class Schedule:
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Physics - Tues/Thurs from 9:45-11:45AM
Human Physiology – Mon/Wed from 9:45-11:45AM and Fri from 10:15AM-12:15PM
Organic Chemistry – Mon/Wed from 1:00-3:00PM and Fri from 8:00-10:00AM
Quantitative Skills-Biostatistics – Tues/Thurs from 1:45-3:45PM
Test Prep Schedule:
Each PA will be assigned one-day/weekly (Mon-Thurs) to attend a test prep session with the Scholars. Test prep sessions are scheduled on Mon-Thurs from 8:00-9:30AM.
Supplemental Instruction (SI):
Tues/Thurs from 4:30-6:30PM
Program benefits include an honorarium of $2,600 for the summer. In addition to the honorarium, on-campus housing and/or parking may be provided free of charge.The deadline to apply is March 17, 2024, at midnight.Interested parties may apply by visiting Apply to be a S.E.P. Program Assistant | NCHCAP (unc.edu). Read more/less.

On the application, applicants will indicate which course(s) they are interested in serving as a PA.
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PA’s will be required to be available to schedule small group and/or 1:1 tutoring (small grp and 1:1 may be coordinated directly between the student and PA). There are several other program related events PA’s are required to attend such as Orientation, Graduation, Community Bldg. Activity (full day), etc. Those details will be outlined on the contract and may be discussed during the interview.
We are currently seeking one PA, per course:
Human Physiology
Organic Chemistry
Quantitative Skills-Biostatistics
The positions are traditionally filled by current health professional and/or graduate students.
CEF Summer 2024 InternshipChapel HillSummer 2024Summer 2024Summer full time Interns work with CEF in a full-time capacity for 10 weeks over the summer. Interns spend roughly half of their time (~20 hours/week) supporting members as specialized Advocates and “Pod Leaders” (Advocate supervisors for other Member-Advocate meetings), and the other half (~15 hours/week) working collaboratively with staff on a relevant project that matches their interests, skills, and passion areas. Included below is a list of possible roles.Full-Time Interns are paid $15.00 / hour.Click here for more informationRead more/less.

CEF Summer Internships offer the opportunity for Full-Time and Part-Time Interns to deepen their commitment to this community, broaden their knowledge of community resources, programs, and anti-racism work, and challenge their direct service skills as an Advocate while working alongside folks experiencing housing and financial insecurity. Through the Summer Internship experience, Interns will wade through struggles and successes, moments of hardship and celebration, and come out the other side better Advocates and more devoted community members. With built in mentorship, reflection, and antiracism discussions, the CEF Summer Internship seeks to intentionally grow a new generation of public servants.Click here for more information

General Responsibilities:
Serve as a Pod Leader in the Chapel Hill office supporting Members and Advocates assigned to that Pod and monitoring data for members of the Pod
Full-Time Interns: 7-10 hours/week
Work one-on-one with CEF Members as an Advocate to assist individuals in gaining income, housing, and savings
Full-Time: 10-15 hours/week
Part-Time: 5-7 hours/week
Work collaboratively with staff to coordinate CEF programs and services in one or more of the following areas (depending on scope of project area; details included below):
Housing Services
General Resources for Members
Soft coding & Programming (Connect database development)
Communications (social media, photo/audio/video, short- and long-form writing & storytelling)
New Advocate Outreach and Recruitment in preparation for Fall 2024
Full-Time: 15 hours
Part-Time: 8-10 hours
Participate in and lead weekly summer staff meetings and discussions
Lead and support the planning of CEF’s annual Financial Independence Day, a special community event held in early July
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ALL Interns must be able to start and end on the given dates and attend the duration of “boot camp.”
Full-Time Interns must have no additional major obligations during the summer such that they can fulfill a 35-hour weekly workload
Part-Time Interns can have additional obligations that will not conflict with set office hours and staff meetings
Some evenings and weekends will be required (varies week-to-week)
Uplift PLUS CounselorUniversity Office for Diversity and InclusionSunday, July 7thSaturday, July 20thMust be available for the duration of Uplift PLUS which runs from July 7-20, 2024, including evenings and weekendsThis is a paid opportunity. Uplift PLUS Counselors will be paid $1,000 for working the entire duration of Uplift PLUS. Uplift PLUS Lead Counselors will be compensated $1,200.The application deadline is Friday, March 15, 2024.Click here to applyRead more/less.

Uplift PLUS Counselors are vital members of the University Office for Diversity and Inclusion (UODI) team who serve as positive role models for prospective Carolina students, promote participant engagement in scheduled activities, foster an inclusive and safe residential environment, and support the operations of the Uplift PLUS program. Uplift PLUS Counselors work under the supervision and direction of the Assistant Director of Student Access, Success, and Engagement.

Counselor Responsibilities:
The following is a summary of expected duties. The list is not comprehensive and additional duties may be assigned at any time during appointment.
- Must be available for the duration of Uplift PLUS which runs from July 7-20, 2024, including evenings and weekends
- Attend mandatory trainings (Protection of Minors, Uplift PLUS Counselor Retreat) and complete a background check
- Serve as a resource and positive role model for program participants
- Must actively and appropriately participate in scheduled events, including small and large group activities, evening and weekend programming, and campus partner sessions
- Provide residential assistance to students. This may include move in, move out, responding to facility related issues, reporting misconduct, and managing student conflict
- Understand the role of being a part of the recruitment and retention process for UNC and UODI endeavors
- Demonstrate support of the UODI office mission and goals
- Exhibit comprehension of building community and fostering a sense of belonging for program participants
- Practice open communication with peers and supervisor to ensure the program runs smoothly; notify supervisor in advance of any tardiness or absence
- Must document and report any circumstances that call for concern or action with program participants to the Assistant Director of Student Access, Success, and Engagement
- Must maintain appropriate relationships with program participants
- Must dress appropriately for indoor and outdoor activities while being mindful of program participants
- Uplift PLUS counselors are required to live on-campus in the designated residence hall throughout the duration of the program; counselors must reside in the residence hall with program participants and serve in an on-call rotation throughout the duration of the program
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Applicants must have earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution prior to December 31, 2023. Applicants must be a part-time or full-time UNC-Chapel Hill graduate student in good academic and disciplinary standing with the University.
Gillings Global Health GRAChapel HillLate August 2024May of 202516$8,000/semester3/8/2024Email cover letter and resume/CV, two references (name and contact information), to globalsolutions@unc.edu by March 8, 2024. Read more/less.

The Graduate Research Assistant will contribute to our unit via the tasks listed below:

• Assists with global health fellowship, internship, seminars, and travel awards management.
• Designs and develops global health communications through various media channels including This Week in Global Health newsletter, ArcGIS maps, blogs, and social media.
• Assists with global health events, including the Annual Global Health Scholars Symposium
• Helps the MPH in Global Health concentration co-leads and Global Health Associate Director in support of recruitment, events, and other tasks related to student management for the MPH in Global Health concentration.
• The GRA also provides general miscellaneous office support such as scheduling meetings and taking minutes as needed.
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Minimum Education and Experience: Must be a currently enrolled UNC Gillings graduate student and be enrolled during the 2024-2025 academic year.

Preferred Qualifications and Experience:
• Background in and knowledge of global health topics preferred.
• Proficiency using Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint; experience with Qualtrics and Canva
• Demonstrated experience in program management.
• Strong initiative to ensure work products and solutions that are on time and to a high standard.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills; graphic design experience is preferred.
• Customer-service oriented with high integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
• Strong organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Capacity to perform in the fast-paced, high-profile, complex environment of a public university.
• Excellent judgment and people skills, including an appreciation of the pressures and responsibilities of others.
SLL Graduate Coordinator ApplicationUNC Chapel HillAcademic Year 2024-2025Academic Year 2024-202520-25 hours per week$16.50/hourRolling DeadlineApply hereRead more/less.

If you are interested in gaining skills around project management, facilitation, and collaboration, SLL may be a great office for you to work in! We connect students with meaningful opportunities to be involved leaders on campus, and our Graduate Coordinators play an essential role in facilitating those opportunities. All Graduate Coordinators work 20-25 hours per week and are compensated at $16.50/hr. Please see job descriptions for each role and our application link here.
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Must be a rising graduate student or current graduate students at UNC Chapel Hill.
Summer 2024 GRA in Cancer EpidemiologyChapel Hill5/15/20248/16/202440GRA Summer Stipend3/15/2024Please submit a cover letter and CV to Jamie Halula at halula@email.unc.eduRead more/less.

Cancer remains the second leading cause of mortality in the United States, surpassed only by heart disease. Optimizing healthcare delivery for the detection and treatment of cancer is a top priority but it is often hindered by the complexities and shortcomings of the fragmented healthcare system. The Thompson Lab is devoted to studying patterns of healthcare delivery for cancer patients, especially around the time of diagnosis, and uncovering drivers of cancer care disparities across populations defined by race, ethnicity, income, and geography. Our research projects generally use sources of secondary real-world data (insurance claims, EHRs, cancer registries, death certificates) to answer complex questions.
We are currently seeking 2 highly qualified Graduate Research Assistant(s) to contribute to a Center for Disease Control and Prevention Special Interest Project (CDC-SIP). The GRAs will use a counterfactual framework to model and estimate the impact of earlier ovarian cancer diagnosis on North Carolina ovarian cancer mortality (and related disparities) given a hypothetical intervention on the pre-diagnostic pathway.
Under the direct supervision of Dr. Caroline Thompson (Associate Professor of Cancer Epidemiology; caroline.thompson@unc.edu), the selected applicant(s) will support the generation and communication of scientific findings from the projects. The duties of the GRA will include: attending team meetings, performing literature reviews, statistical analysis, and preparation of scientific abstracts and writing manuscripts.
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- Currently enrolled in a UNC Master's degree or PhD residential program in Epidemiology, Health Services, Informatics, or a related field (preferred)
- Prior experience with data management and statistical analysis of administrative health care data (EHRs, claims, or registry data).
- Previous experience with, or a demonstrated interest in, studying cancer disparities or cancer-related health care delivery science.
- Experience using applied statistical analysis, including regression modeling, survival modeling, and data visualization.
Programming skills for data manipulation and statistical analysis using SAS or R.
- Ability to work collaboratively and independently.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Self-motivated, keen attention to detail, and excellent organization skills.
Summer Intern - Global SolutionsChapel HillLate May 2024Early August 202440~$28/hr3/19/2024Email cover letter, resume or CV, two references (names and contact information) to globalsolutions@unc.edu by March 19, 2024. Read more/less.

Project & Program Management
- Helps design, develop, plan, organize, and distribute resources for events and activities related to our mission. Examples include programs in research (including curating data about Gillings research and highlighting the impact of our research program), global health projects and strategy, and innovation-related programs, events, and initiatives.

- Develops content and distributes information important to SPH faculty, staff and students in a timely and accurate manner through various media channels including newsletters, website, ArcGIS maps and social media.

Knowledge Management
- Captures, curates, analyzes and distributes information about productivity, trends and faculty expertise within the School. Products include website content, quarterly progress reports, Gillings Gift program reports, global health portfolio development and capacity statements related to our faculty expertise.
- Monitors and communicates current policies, practices, trends and opportunities such as research funding opportunities, legislative and policy-related matters, and other pan-campus activities and initiatives.

The intern also provides general miscellaneous office support such as scheduling meetings and taking minutes as needed.

The summer intern would provide support across three Central Administrative Units: Gillings Research, Innovation@Gillings, and Gillings Global Health. Our units work collaboratively together to serve the entire school to support and promote the work in all three areas.
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Minimum Education and Experience: Must be currently enrolled or incoming UNC Gillings graduate student.

Preferred Qualifications and Experience:
• Demonstrated experience in program management
• Strong initiative to ensure work products and solutions that are on time and to a high standard
• Understanding and sensitivity to diversity and cultural differences; ability to work effectively with diverse individuals
• Proficiency using Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint; experience with Qualtrics, Canva, Tableau
• Excellent written and verbal communications skills; graphic design experience is preferred
• Customer-service oriented with high integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information
• Strong organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously
• Capacity to perform in the fast-paced, high-profile, complex environment of a public university
• Excellent judgment and people skills, including an appreciation of the pressures and responsibilities of others
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