We are seeking a half-time Co-Project Coordinator
in the Department of Psychology
to help coordinate an ongoing NIH-funded project designed to develop psychopathology measurement tools. The project will include data collection from large samples of community adults and psychiatric patients, and measures will include questionnaires, structured interviews, and psychophysiological paradigms. The person who fills this position will coordinate and share duties with the existing project coordinator.
Duties for this position include:
- in-person coordination of data collection sessions
- recruitment, training, supervision, and scheduling of research assistants and other staff
- coordination of participant recruitment and scheduling in community and patient settings
- processing of participant and consultant payments
- other project-related tasks as assigned
The ideal candidate should have an interest in social science research, strong organizational and management skills, and experience with grant-funded research projects involving community and/or patient data collection. Opportunities exist for collaboration on publications given adequate background and skills.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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