This is a grant-supported position with anticipated funding through approximately May 2021, with the possibility of extension beyond that. The individual will be part of an innovative research study evaluating a self-paced, psychoeducational, web-based coping skills training program for women experiencing stress from living with a partner with a drinking problem. The study, titled "eHealth Coping Skills Training and Coach Support for Women Whose Partner Has a Drinking Problem" is under the supervision of Robert G. Rychtarik, Ph.D., Neil B. McGillicuddy, Ph.D., and Christopher Barrick, Ph.D. The individual will be an employee of the Research Foundation for SUNY.
Incumbent will conduct computer-assisted and paper guided telephone interviews with research participants on the project. Interviews will entail asking a series of detailed, open and close-ended items assessing the woman’s own, and her male partner’s functioning.
Incumbent will schedule phone calls with participants, code pen and paper measures, instruct participants on how to access on-line measures, clarify participant responses as necessary, make reminder telephone calls to participants prior to scheduled appointments, update and monitor project database as necessary, and perform other project-related tasks as assigned.
Associate’s degree or two years formal training in Social Sciences (e.g., Psychology, Sociology) required; six months of experience conducting social science research
A bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Sociology, or related field preferred. Six months of experience conducting research interviews with individuals with alcohol use disorders.
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