Seeking Interviewers for Public Health Program at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Students, seniors and others seeking part-time work should consider a position as a survey interviewer about public health issues at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center (Roswell Park). The Roswell Park Department of Health Behavior is seeking 30 employees to conduct telephone interviews that will survey public opinions about trends in tobacco use, knowledge, attitudes and behaviors. The right candidates will play a role in answering scientific questions about tobacco, cancer and other health-care issues.
The job openings are for positions with the Survey Research and Data Acquisition Resource (SRDAR), a core resource at the Buffalo comprehensive cancer center.
Applicants must have a high-school education, excellent computer skills, a clear speaking voice, strong reading skills and a stable employment history. The part-time positions offer flexible hours, including evenings and weekends. To learn more about these job openings or to apply, visit https://www.roswellpark.org/careers/administrative/telephone-interviewer-3194.
SRDAR research professionals are committed to helping scientists complete their research by overcoming cost and logistic obstacles to research. SRDAR conducts population-based research, mostly by using phone surveys to help researchers understand people’s attitudes, opinions and understanding of many different types of health-care issues.
The mission of Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center is to understand, prevent and cure cancer. Founded in 1898, Roswell Park is one of the first cancer centers in the country to be named a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center and remains the only facility with this designation in Upstate New York. The Institute is a member of the prestigious National Comprehensive Cancer Network, an alliance of the nation’s leading cancer centers; maintains affiliate sites; and is a partner in national and international collaborative programs. For more information, visit www.roswellpark.org, call 1-800-ROSWELL (1-800-767-9355) or email AskRoswell@Roswellpark.org. Follow Roswell Park on Facebook and Twitter.
Deborah Pettibone, Department of Health Behavior