Center investigators have an excellent reputation for utilizing cutting-edge research, understanding workplace realities, and appreciating both management and labor perspectives. Investigators' affiliations with a numbers of other centers and initiatives
provide valuable information and resources. Center research projects will share a core of survey instruments as well as common investigators in economic modeling, quantitative exposure assessment, health promotion, qualitative research and statistics.
Training Designer, Temporary, Contract
Researchers at UMass Lowell's Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace (CPH-NEW) have completed field tests of a worksite participatory health and safety program that engages "front line" employees in the design of interventions to address concerns such as stress, overweight, and musculoskeletal issues in the workplace. An instructional designer is needed to assist our research center with developing a training program to teach worksite health practitioners how to use the materials and to enhance their group facilitation skills. The ideal candidate is experienced designing interactive training programs, has used web to deliver training, has some knowledge of workplace health and safety. This is a project consultant position, temporary—ideal for someone who does freelance project work.
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For more information, contact Suzanne Nobrega.