Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Juniper Gardens Children's Project is a KU research center based in Kansas City, Kansas, that is a part of the KU Life Span Institute. Our mission is to promote children’s social well-being and academic achievement by improving the quality of their care and education through the development and dissemination of evidence-based practices.​ KU is an EO/AAE institution. Underrepresented groups are encourage to apply.

Open positions include:

The Juniper Gardens Children’s Project (JGCP; https://juniper.ku.edu/) is seeking to hire a Student Hourly to assist with newly funded NIH research project. We are seeking a student researcher for a study that aims to observe and measure changes in social communication skills of preschool children autism spectrum disorder (ASD) who have limited or no spoken language. An evidence-based social communication intervention will be provided in local preschools and programs that serve children with ASD and peers without disabilities. For more information and to apply go to employment.ku.edu/student/20101BR 

The Juniper Gardens Children’s Project (JGCP; https://juniper.ku.edu/) is seeking to hire an Assistant Researcher to work across two projects. We are seeking an assistant researcher for a study that aims to support the remote implementation of evidence-based practices for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) across home or community settings. Additionally, this individual would contribute to a project focused on a school-based intervention to improve the social communication skills of children with ASD. For more information and to apply, go here: employment.ku.edu/staff/20086BR

The Juniper Gardens Children’s Project (JGCP; https://juniper.ku.edu/) is seeking to hire an Assistant Researcher to work across two projects. We are seeking an assistant researcher for a study that aims to support the remote implementation of evidence-based practices for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) across different community settings, interventions, and ages. Additionally, this individual would contribute to a project focused on the development of a novel measure to monitor the social communication progress of young children with ASD. For more information and to apply go to employment.ku.edu/staff/20131BR