Dr. Marjorie Rhodes is seeking a full-time Junior Laboratory Associate to coordinate research on conceptual development and the development of social cognition. Information about the lab's research is available at: http://kidconcepts.org/ and https://discoveriesinaction.org.
Job duties include:
Coordinating research in museum-based and school-based settings, including communicating and working with school and museum personnel, working on public outreach efforts with these community partners, training and supervising research assistants to conduct research in community-based settings, maintaining quality control over research activities in multiple offsite locations, coordinating the scheduling of research sessions across multiple sites
Recruiting families to participate in research and conducting data collection sessions with children and their families
Maintaining data management and processing systems, including providing training and supervision on these systems
Contributing to general lab administration and organization, including IRB applications and grant reports
Contributing to research in the lab, including collaborating with other researchers in the lab on study design, protocol development, analyses, and research dissemination
Applicants should have:
A bachelor's degree in psychology or cognitive science
One or more years of research experience, preferably including recruitment and data collection
The ability to work independently and to collaborate on teams
Keen attention to detail
Excellent communication and public relations skills
Strong organizational, managerial, and problem-solving skills
Experience with R, Datavyu, and Databrary are highly desirable
Apply via Interfolio with the following documents:
A cover letter describing your research experience, relevant skills, and career goals
A current resume/CV
An unofficial college transcript
Contact information for two references who are willing to promptly provide letters of recommendation on your behalf
For best consideration, please apply by February 14, 2020. Summer 2020 start date preferred. A two-year commitment is also preferred, pending funding.
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