The Psychology and neuroscience labs are looking for a paid research coordinator position for Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters. The candidates must have a work study award. This is a 10 hours/week position. Responsibilities include:
- Coordinate with and contact community organizations, including local schools, early education sites, public libraries, and museums for potential research participation and recruitment efforts.Maintain a master database of all potential participants, both children and adults in the department of psychology.
- Conduct all aspects of data management for all implementation and outcome data, including tracking, clerking, cleaning and entering data.
- Coordinate, oversee, track, and enter new and continuing studies in the psychology department laboratories, including in the Cultural and Neuroscience Labs and through the ERLP program.
- Generate and present reports and visuals on progress of data collection, and implementation and Professional Learning data.
- Contribute to the submission of IRB protocols and amendments.
- Participate in team meetings and supervision of undergraduate research assistants.
- Pursuing a bachelors in Psychology or Human Development
- Prior experience with human subjects’ research or in a research setting.
- Experience working with young children.
- Experience working with diverse populations.
- Experience with technology and statistical datasets (e.g., online surveys, PowerPoint, SPSS).
- Professional, responsible, personable.
- Dynamic, dedicated, motivated.
- Detail-oriented, conscientious, with strong organizational skills.
- Ability to work independently.
- Ability to collaborate with community-based agencies and schools.
- Ability to drive and use of personal vehicle.
- Strong verbal communication skills.
If you are interested, please email Dr. Senzaki (firstname.lastname@example.org). We are looking for filling this position immediately!