Work at the U: Computer Assistant

Mentor Name:
Camie Schaefer

Mentor Position:
Associate Director

Family & Preventative Medicine



Project Description:

U-POWER is a NIOSH-funded Center of Excellence in Total Worker Health® that recognizes the role of power in the social determinants of health and the work conditions that create and sustain inequity and ill health among workers. Guided by the role of power in defining the conditions of work, U-POWER envisions work and workplaces that are safe, healthy, and equitable. Together, we can ensure that the conditions of work promote workers and communities’ health and well-being.

For more information, view the job description here: Undergrad IT Support Position Description

Opportunity Type:

This is a paid research position

Student Role:

We are searching for a Computer Assistant who will update U-POWER's website to disseminate research findings, resources, and announcements, and provide general IT support.

Student Benefits:

Gain experience working with a team of investigators in a research environment and learn more about research dissemination to a number of audiences.

Project Duration:

The project duration is between 9/1/2021 and 8/31/2026, and the student will work 20 hours per week.

Minimum Requirements:

Must have an associate’s degree in a computer-related or web design field or 0-2 years of experience. Demonstrated computer and communication skills.