FLINT, MI--The Flint Registry is hiring for full-time and part-time Interviewer team members.
The Pediatric Public Health Initiative, under the direction of Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha (known for her research that led to deeper investigations into the Flint Water Crisis) is looking to build a team of Interviewers to establish a Flint Registry. The goal of the registry will be to connect people impacted by the Flint Water Crisis to resources and programs that serve to lessen the effects of lead on health and promote wellness and recovery.
“We are excited to bring jobs to the Flint community and open these opportunities to residents,” Dr. Nicole Jones, Director of the Flint Registry said.
Full- and part-time interviewer team members will administer surveys over the phone and in person by using pre-formatted scripts on a computer program, and work with data in a variety of ways.
Organizers recommend applying to all three posting numbers for the interviewer position. To apply, visit http://careers.msu.edu/ to apply to job numbers 513781, 513909 and 513956.
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