Full-Time Lab/Research Coordinator
The application for research coordinator is now closed. At this time, applicants who were invited to interview have been contacted. We had an high number of incredibly impressive applications for this position and appreciate the interest in joining our team! We will follow up with applicants with a status update on their application once final decisions have been made. Thank you!
Brief Description of Duties
Typical responsibilities of the Research Coordinator/Assistants include:
Research responsibilities will include (but are not limited to): coordinating data collection and management; participant recruitment and tracking; conducting study assessments and clinical interviews; interfacing with adolescent participants and their families; assisting in the development and execution of study and lab protocols; maintaining and communicating with the IRB and other administrative bodies; assisting with research reports and procedures; assisting with management of study budgets.
Lab responsibilities will include (but are not limited to): hiring and training a team of undergraduate students; supervision and task delegation of undergraduate lab members; coordinating lab schedules; co-leading lab meetings and trainings; and overseeing community outreach projects and science communication efforts.
Based on interest and suitability, there will likely be opportunities to conduct independent research, submit presentations to and attend conferences, prepare manuscripts for publication, and assist with grant applications.
We are looking for a 2-year commitment for this position.
Qualifications of RA
Required: A Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or a related field (e.g., public health, pre-med) is required. The successful candidate will also have strong writing and verbal skills; excellent interpersonal skills; demonstrate strong organizational, leadership, and time-management skills with attention to detail; proficiency in managing multiple tasks; and working both independently as well as with a team; proficiency in word processing and Excel. One year of prior research experience is required (including as a volunteer or student), preferably in a psychology lab or other clinical sciences.
Preferred: Experience interfacing with children and adolescents, preferably in clinical settings. Experience with data management, statistical software (e.g., R, SPSS), survey development and implementation (e.g., Qualtrics), and coding. Ideal candidate will also have prior leadership experience for at least a year, which can include experience in a student organization, and be interested in a 2-year commitment for this position.
If you think you are a good fit for the position, please apply regardless of whether you meet all (or most) of the qualifications! You might be thinking that you are not qualified (and studies show that women, persons of color, and those from lower SES backgrounds are less likely to apply for positions unless they meet all qualifications). However, you should apply if you believe you have skills that are relevant (even if not exact), and you are passionate about clinical science and being part of a team that conducts and disseminates meaningful research.
The start date is early June 2023.
Review of applications will begin February 20th and continue until the position has been filled. Please note that the COVID-19 vaccine is required to be on campus at Rutgers, which is available to all faculty, staff, and students on campus. Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and CV (with references) through the link to the right.
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The application is now closed.