CASTL Wage Data Collector - Multiple Statewide Projects (Staff Wage)
Job ID: R0033404 | Classified - Lab & Research Techs and Specs | Part Time | Charlottesville, VA
The Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) in UVA's School of Education seeks applicants for multiple wage Data Collector positions across the state of Virginia. The Data Collector assists with on-site activities of multiple CASTL projects, as assigned, some of which can include observations within classrooms, 1:1 direct child assessments and data collection and upload using project guidelines.

High school diploma (or equivalent) AND one year of experience working with children in an educational setting or an out-of-school setting (such as a summer camp or an after-school program). A bachelor's degree in social science, education or related field is preferred. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills; strong organizational skills; attention to detail; and the ability to work effectively with a diverse population are essential. Ability to use and troubleshoot technology is required. In addition, knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook and Word); use of the internet; proficiency with laptops, tablets and/or PCs; and experience uploading/downloading information using cloud storage platforms is required.

Reliable transportation for traveling between schools (mileage reimbursed) is required. Availability minimum of 3 full days (8 a.m. - 3 p.m.) per week is preferred.

Anticipated pay ranges from $17 to $23 per hour. Training is provided and sessions may include a combination of videoconference and in-person meetings.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as project need is identified.

This is a wage position which is not eligible for leave or other benefits and is limited to 1500 hours of work in a year. For more information, refer to the Wage Employment link: http://uvapolicy.virginia.edu/policy/HRM-029

The University will perform background checks on all new hires prior to employment (SPAKA).

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Experience: 1 year working with children.
  • Licensure: None.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
This is primarily a sedentary job involving extensive use of desktop computers. The job does occasionally require traveling some distance to attend meetings and programs.



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