1) In close collaboration with the Curriculum team, create, refine, and adapt intervention and communications materials based on stakeholder feedback and study results.
2) Create digital training and orientation materials, including tutorial videos, to support use of the TMW Centerâ™s digital interventions.
3) Develop and test new behavior change strategies; support incorporation of these into Curriculum materials.
4) Conduct formative testing of intervention and communications materials through focus groups, semi-structured interviews, and observations.Capture feedback from this formative testing to share with the Curriculum team.
5) Support core functions that enable the research and development agenda, including: pilot testing of TMW interventions, including providing general project management, driving recruitment efforts, and identifying and capturing needs for further development and improvement; student staffing and management; and development of a curriculum resource library.
1) Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate and build strong working relationships with diverse audiences
2) Ability to handle multiple tasks and assignments simultaneously
3) Problem-solving skills, including a strong ability to prioritize
4) Excellent organizational skills, including strong attention to detail
5) Initiative and independent judgment
6) Experience with Microsoft Office
7) Ability to speak and write in Spanish
1) Bachelorâ™s degree in curriculum development, early childhood education, education, social work, or a relevant field
2) Advanced degree in a field relevant to the research being conducted
1) Minimum of one year of experience in relevant research or program development.
Required Documents 1) Resume 2) Cover Letter 3) Contact information for at least three supervisory references
Note: When applying, all documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV portion of the application.
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