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The positions below are being actively recruited by the supervisor for each position.
If you are interested in any of these position, the supervisors listed below would like to talk to you about working with them.


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Job ID Job Name Brief Job Description Special Notes About the Job Supervisor Contact Information
7206 Financial Aid Peer Counselor I   The Peer Counselor I position works with the Client Services team in The Office of Scholarships and Student Aid. You will have the opportunity to assist your peers with all things related to financial aid. As a peer counselor, you will serve on the front lines, in-person at the front desk, and via telephone.
  This position is a great opportunity to enhance your communication skills and relay detailed information. The ideal candidate will have a strong attention to detail and enjoy assisting and helping others navigate the financial aid process.
Since we are an administrative office, our office work hours are 9:00 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday.  Antonio Squire- antonio_squire@unc.edu
7530 Student Research Assistant     The student research assistant will be supporting activities across two research projects on self-regulation and it is a great opportunity for learning about mindfulness and physiological underpinnings of stress. The RA would assist the project manager and PI with data entry, administrative tasks (copying, scanning), logistical support for meetings, qualtrics survey set-up, and using their creativity to help create intervention materials and find relevant videos for training.   alysonc@unc.edu
6114 Student Research Assistant    The student research assistant (SRA) would be supporting work on a self-regulation intervention that was implemented in local schools with 1st and 2nd grade students and is the last year of the project. This project is great if you are interested in learning about self-regulation and school-based intervention, particularly with young children. The SRA will assist with literature reviews (experience would be ideal), coding data, data entry, filing data, and other administrative tasks as assigned by the Project Manager. The team environment is very collaborative, yet provides opportunity for independent work and exploring individual student interest in research.


 
  alysonc@unc.edu