In this position you will manage grant funding awarded to the principal investigator (Dr. Ostrov) and assist with the coordination of the daily functions of the research project, while also assisting with the supervision of undergraduate research staff, and a research technician. This position will also require assistance with the collection and processing of data collected at local schools. Incumbent must be able to work independently with moderate supervision, and willing to commit to at least 1 year in the position.
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-BA/BS in Psychology
-Minimum of 2 years research experience
-Experience working with children within a research setting
-Extensive knowledge of Microsoft office
-Masters Degree in Psychology or related field
-Experience with psychophysiological assessments with children
-Experience with structured interview assessments with children
-Experience working with preschool/kindergarten children and families
-Experience with school-based research
-Experience working with young children (3-5-year-olds) in a research setting
-Experience managing budgets for federal grants
-Experience with website management
-Experience with qualtrics, SPSS, and Mplus