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The UNC Highway Safety Research Center works to reduce deaths and injuries on North Carolina’s roads and the entire nation. The Center advances these goals across all surface transportation modes through a balanced, interdisciplinary program of research, evaluation, information dissemination, and training. HSRC works with communities and transportation professionals locally, nationally, and worldwide. We are a leader in the field of transportation research, embrace a safe systems approach, and are focused on safety for all.
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ISO: Senior Social/Behavioral Research Scientist experienced in transportation safety and/or novice driver topics
HSRC – the birthplace of Graduated Driver Licensing and Click It or Ticket – is seeking a Senior Research Scientist to join the team.
We’re looking for someone with experience in transportation safety and novice driver topics who wants to play a key role in conducting cutting-edge research and shaping the Center’s social and behavioral research and education programs. Do you have excellent research and study design ideas, project management expertise, and proposal development skills? Want to help foster HSRC’s rich research culture by mentoring junior researchers? Want to continue your career with a focus on social/behavioral safety issues such as novice driver safety and training, aging drivers, and in-vehicle behaviors (such as distracted driving)?
The Senior Social/Behavioral Research Scientist position is a full-time, non-tenure track appointment, and may be eligible for hybrid or fully remote work. Learn more and apply by June 23, 2023.
No internship opportunities are currently available.
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If you have questions about employment at HSRC, please contact:
Christina Terminello, MHRM
Human Resources Consultant
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research