The Department of Psychology is looking for a Research Specialist to manage the laboratories of Professors Tania Lombrozo and Tom Griffiths. The successful applicant will handle lab administration and data management for the labs as well as interact with students (both graduate and undergraduate), postdoctoral fellows and other individuals who are part of the lab.
Aspects of lab administration that the individual will be responsible for include but are not limited to organizing/scheduling lab meetings and lab events, overseeing research assistant training, creating and maintaining paper and electronic record-keeping systems, adhering to and monitoring adherence to human subject protocols, ordering and organizing lab supplies, managing reimbursements, managing subject payments, maintaining lab networks and printers, creating and maintaining lab web sites, and updating lab documents and file systems. The Research Specialist will also play a role in ongoing research projects, including helping with literature reviews, data collection and coding, and data analysis.
- General facility with computers, networks, and printers to solve routine problems.
- Familiarity with standard office software; excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
- Strong organizational skills; ability to learn new computer skills quickly and independently.
- Accurate and detail-oriented when it comes to paperwork and human subjects procedures.
- Familiarity with SPSS, R, or another programming language that supports statistical analyses.
- Experience with human subjects; basic knowledge of cognitive psychology and cognitive science; exposure to philosophy and computer science; knowledge of statistics.
- Experience with and knowledge of experimental design; experience with literature reviews; experience with web design.
- BA or BS degree in Psychology or related field.
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