Part-time, approximately 10-30 hours/week - Temporary/No benefits included
Center for Injury Biomechanics Student Job Description
- Independently assists in the collection of data for youth impact sports practices and games.
- Student must maintain confidentiality of the subjects involved in the study.
- The student will set up cameras for each team being studied and ensure that the video is recording the entire activity. The student will also ensure that the data collection tools are set up and collecting data at each activity.
- While the graduate student team will change batteries on a scheduled day of the week, the intern will be in charge of replacing and charging batteries as needed at unscheduled times.
- In the event of a player absence, the student will keep documentation.
- Assists in film review at Biotech Place for youth sports studies by analyzing footage from on field data collection.
- Provide support for miscellaneous projects in the Center for Injury Biomechanics, as needed
Must be currently enrolled in a college or university, preferably in a related field of study.
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