Helping you find the people you need
Have you ever been in any of these situations?
- You supervise a terrific research staff member (data manager, data collector, research coordinator, etc.) but some of your funding is ending and you need to find additional effort to keep them fully funded?
- You supervise a terrific research staff member but you want to help them transition to another role because they are great at what they do and your research program or funding are changing?
- You are in need of a terrific research staff member but can’t fund a full-time position on your own so just need to buy out partial effort from someone?
- You have are in need of a terrific research staff member and have funds for a full-time position, but aren’t sure who to hire and want someone who comes highly recommended?
CHGD is pleased to launch our Research Staffing Referral Network, designed to help connect the CHGD faculty community to the research staffing resources they need. If you are experiencing any of the above scenarios, please submit the form and we will try to help fill your research staffing needs as soon as possible.
Best Practices for Shared Staff Appointments
- Include the staff member whose appointment would be shared in the discussions and be sure that they are in agreement with the plan.
- Make sure there is a written agreement, via memorandum of understanding (MOU) or email at a minimum, regarding the shared appointment. Be sure to address financial commitment, effort coverage, and beginning and end dates for the agreement. Depending on the arrangement, it may also be helpful to also address physical work space/location, time off approval, supervision and IT support and/or access.
- Staff should track the hours they work for each unit so that the effort breakdown can be continuously assessed and adjusted as needed and agreed upon by both units.