Reporting to the Principal Investigators of the Columbia Study of Mothers and Babies and the Project Directors of the Robin Hood Poverty Tracker and Early Childhood Poverty Tracker projects, the Research Staff Assistant (RSA) is responsible for work on research projects affiliated with Columbia's School of Social Work (CSSW). The RSA is responsible for conducting phone surveys with study participants at CSSW and in-person assessment administration with study subjects for both projects. In addition, the RSA will work with senior personnel on project planning and coordination and ensure the accurate and timely administration of incentive payments to subjects.
The Columbia Study of Mothers and Babies is a randomized controlled trial of an early childhood intervention for low-income mothers and their newborn children. The Poverty Tracker and Early Childhood Poverty Tracker projects involve a panel study of New York City adults (and parents of young children) focusing on economic well-being and hardship. The RSA contributes to the administration of both projects.
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