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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Student Research Intern.
In this role, the successful candidate The student intern is responsible for collecting and entering data in databases and maintaining accurate records from source documents for research participants in the Alzheimers Disease Center. Our ideal candidate will have essential data entry skills, like fast typing with an eye for detail and familiarity with spreadsheets and online forms. The job will also entail compiling, verifying accuracy and sorting information to prepare source data for computer entry. Additionally, the student intern will also help in maintaining the NYU ADC biorepository.
To qualify you must be a full time student, or, if working in the Summer months (i.e. mid May to mid September), must be planning to return to full time status in September. During the summer months, the position may be classified as casual. Functions performed must be NBU (non bargaining unit) work.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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