The Curry School of Education and Human Development is seeking applicants for multiple Project Assessor â“ Data Collector (wage) positions to work on the Compassionate Schools Project (CSP) within the Center for Effective Youth Development (Youth-Nex). The Project Assessor will support the survey administration and assessment aspects of the Compassionate Schools Project.
Experience communicating/working with children and adults from diverse backgrounds in education, customer service, sales, human services or similar capacity are also required. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills are essential. Must have reliable transportation and be able to travel between schools in Jefferson County, KY. Experience working in a public-school setting is also preferred.
Required training will be scheduled in August 2019 and attendance is mandatory.
Internal Number: R0007294
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