2020 - Graduate Student for ICHP/LEADS - Buffalo -- A Sponsored Program of The Research Foundation for The State University of New York


Institute for Community Health Promotion Learning, Engagement and Development Services Graduate Student Needed at Buffalo State

Summary of position: In conjunction with the duties below, the Graduate Student collaborates with and assists the Data Managers and the Senior Manager of Applied Research and Training, as well as other ICHP/LEADS staff, on issues relevant to collaborative applied research projects.

Job Functions/Responsibilities:

  • Assist with data input

  • Contribute to data analysis

  • Assist with writing of technical reports, articles or related material based on research, investigation or analysis

  • Conduct literature reviews

  • Consults with subject matter experts to receive and integrate feedback

  • Responsible for timely submission of applicable mandated paperwork such as time sheets, performance appraisal and other reports as necessary

  • Other duties as assigned


    Required Qualifications:

  • Must be a current SUNY graduate student

  • Proficient in use of Microsoft Office and other relevant technology

  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills

  • Strong organizational skills with attention to details


    Preferred Qualifications:

  •    Knowledge of and experience with statistical tools


    Educational Requirements:

  •  Bachelor degree in related field


    Job Related Physical Requirements:

  • Able to sit for long periods


    This opportunity is grant-supported by the SUNY Buffalo State Sponsored Programs Office/Research Foundation. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    The Research Foundation (RF) is not an agency or instrumentality of the State of New York. Employees of the RF are not state employees, do not participate in any state retirement system and do not receive state fringe benefits. The RF operates under a contract with The State University of New York and receives no directly appropriated state funding.