Social Science Research Coordinator:

Interested in language, cognition, and development? The Department of Psychology is looking for a full time Research Coordinator. This is a two-year position. The RC will assist with empirical work on language learning, social development, and cross-cultural cognition. Duties will include assisting in designing, creating, running, and analyzing experiments with infants, children, and adults; coordinating and recruiting undergraduate research assistants; coordinating participant recruitment; and assisting in planning lab events and meetings.

The RC will also have opportunities for contribution to ongoing research projects, leading to the possibility of contributing to scientific presentations and publications. This position is ideal for individuals who wish to further their research training.

Qualifications: RA should have good organizational and communication skills. Frequent communication using email, slack, and phone will be necessary, and keeping organized (scheduling and record-keeping) is an essential part of the job. Previous research experience is strongly preferred. Strong working knowledge of MS Office/G Suite is important; a good candidate will have programming skills (R or python for data analysis, JavaScript/HTML/CSS for web programming). Must be a quick learner, able to work independently, and show initiative.

** To be considered for this position, please submit your most recent resume and cover letter **