Current research assistants
Kimberley King currently works as the BEATS Research Programme coordinator. Her expertise is in the area of Public Health and Sport Development. Kimberley managed and delivered the Ministry of Health initiative Green Prescription for the Otago region from 2009-2016, working alongside general practitioners, nurses, hospital specialist, physical activity and health providers and the Southern District Health Board. Kim has extensive work experience in the implementation and coordination of physical activity health intervention programmes and developing multidisciplinary collaborations between Health, Education, Community and Sport sectors.
Want to join our research team?
We regularly employ part-time research assistants to help with data collection and data management of our ongoing research projects.
If you are interested in working as part of the Active Living Laboratory Team, please email your CV and cover letter to Dr Sandy Mandic.
Part-time research assistant positions are available for 2021
In early 2021, we will be recruiting part-time research assistants to assist with data collection for the BEATS-2 Study during the February-November 2021 period.
Check out Employment opportunities section of our website for details.