This is a non-tenure track position with a post Doctorate title. Responsibilities will fall in 3 major categories: research, teaching, and service. The successful candidate will:
Write IRB and informed consent and instructional sheets for subjects related to use of biosensor devices for tracking stress response, activity, sleep quality and other health and behavioral outcomes.
Coordinate with on-site research coordinator to recruit subjects, oversee informed consent, create data tracking spreadsheets
Train with UA bioengineers on placement of Heart Rate Variability (HRV) biosensors and HRV data downloading; oversee and train on-site research coordinator to place and remove biosensors
Work with UA Psychology and other institutional research partners to develop smart phone questionnaires for mood sampling, including selecting and implementing smart phone platform for data collection & storage & analysis
Work with CAPLA, and other institutional research partners to perform building audits of buildings under study.
Coordinate data collection with all groups, and other institutional research partners.
May need to spend extended periods outside of Tucson, to oversee on-site data collection and subject recruitment in buildings under study.
Demonstrate collaborative leadership with a number of stakeholders in complex relationships to the project.
Engage students in outreach and research in best practices for healthy buildings.
Contribute to the development of a healthy building curriculum.
Advance scholarship in the fields of healthy building practice and pedagogy, fabrication and material science, sustainable construction methods, service learning pedagogy, and/or community design.
Other duties as assigned.
A Ph.D. in Architecture or Psychology or related fields.
Minimum two years research experience in health and the built environment or related fields
Collaborative orientation and research project management abilities
Oral and graphic communications skills
One or more of the following: record of scholarship in peer-reviewed publications; proven ability at grant applications, award, and delivery; teaching experience; proficiency in relevant research and design software
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