||Select Job Descriptions from
the list on the left side of this page to review the position you are
interested in. If you are applying for a Field Interviewer or Survey Technician
position, view the Video A Day in
the Life. If you are applying for a position on the Health and Retirement
Study (HRS), also view the Video – Physical Measurements. Both the
Day in the Life and Physical Measurements videos are located on the left
side of this page.
||After reading the job description, select
Project Listing. On the project listing page, choose a project you are
interested in applying for to review the description, job requirements, and
||After reviewing the project, select
Create an Account located in the upper right hand corner of the page. If
you have already created an account, select
Login also located in the upper right hand corner of the page.
||Select Begin Screening at the bottom of the project description
page. This will be located in the right hand corner. Once you have
created an account you will answer a series of screening questions and complete
an employment application. The last step in the process is to upload a cover
letter and resume. You can do this by selecting >>Attach Resume<<
located in the upper right hand side of the page. Please note, resumes are
optional and resumes alone will not be reviewed without applicants completing
the screening and full application process.
||After answering screening questions, completing an employment application
and uploading a resume (optional), select the
Frequently Asked Questions tab on the left hand side of your screen.
||Locate the ISR/SRC information button
on the left side of the screen to learn more about the Institute for Social
Research (ISR) and the Survey Research Center (SRC). SRC is the largest center
at ISR. SRC employs hundreds of field Interviewers across the United States and
telephone Interviewers in Ann Arbor.
The University of Michigan is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer