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Preyer Postdoctoral Scholar for Strengthening Families

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, USA is inviting excellent candidates to apply for a postdoctoral associate position in social work. Applications will be evaluated immediately.

Supervised by Dr. Rebecca Macy, the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is seeking an emerging scholar for a postdoctoral position to work with a team of faculty and students on research projects related to family, gender, and interpersonal violence (e.g., dating violence, domestic/partner violence, human trafficking, and/or sexual assault and violence). This postdoctoral scholar will support Macy and her team in: conducting literature reviews; conducting qualitative and quantitative data collection; developing grant applications; developing study designs, study protocols and IRB applications; qualitative and quantitative data management and analysis; and research and scholarly dissemination in scholarly as well as practitioner- and policy-based venues. This position will primarily focus on projects related to evaluating services for gender-based violence, developing interventions for elder abuse, and investigations of intimate partner homicide. While working with Macy and her team, the emerging scholar will also have opportunities to develop capacities, expertise, and skills for independent research.

Estimated Appointment Duration: 12-months with the potential of an additional 12-month renewal for a total of 24-months. Principal Functions (include Percentage Effort and Description): 1. Data analysis (20%): The Postdoctoral Scholar will work closely with Macy and other faculty to analyze both quantitative and qualitative data concerned with anti-human trafficking services and intimate partner homicide. 2. Evaluation protocol and intervention development (10%): The Postdoctoral Scholar will work closely with Macy and other faculty to develop evaluation protocols for gender-based violence services and pilot intervention protocols to address elder abuse. 3. Manuscript development (50%): The Postdoctoral Scholar will work closely with Macy and other faculty to develop manuscripts related to services for gender-based violence, elder abuse, and investigations of intimate partner homicide 4. Proposal development (20%): The Postdoctoral Scholar will be responsible for substantive contributions to the conceptualization and scientific and administrative development of new proposals related to services for gender-based violence and elder abuse.

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