Student Hourly Research Assistant - 21984BR
Student Hourly Research Assistant
The RA(s) selected for this position will assist the project coordinators, post-doctoral fellows, and Principal Investigator with ongoing research and study activities. The RA(s) will also learn about team-based science by collaborating with our team of research interns, PhD students, post-doctoral scholars, junior and senior co-investigators, and the study PI. The RA will have opportunities to assist the PI with IRB and grant submissions.
- Assist the project coordinators, post-doctoral fellows, and Principal Investigator with conducting large projects in clinical psychology by participating in research activities such as recruitment, screening, data collection, and data management (entry, coding, and proofing).
- Assist the project coordinators, post-doctoral fellows,and Principal Investigator with maintaining laboratory records including subject consents, logs, enrollment logs, health release forms, and study timeline reports.
- Maintain lab space (office space and interview rooms) and research materials.
- Assist with scheduling, filing, and subject payments.
- Creation of recruitment materials for new studies (brochures, fliers, and advertisements).
- Assist with development of study surveys, treatment materials, and mobile-app development.
- Assist the lab manager, post-doctoral fellow, and Principal Investigator with training other undergraduates on data entry, Qualtrics, RedCap, and maintenance of daily activities in the lab.
- Attending lab meetings for one-hour a week which involves discussion of lab business, as well as readings in the area of eating disorders, psychopathology, and psychological assessment. You will also attend 1-2 project meetings per week to discuss goals and progress of the grants.
- Coordinate outreach opportunities on campus and in the community.
- Major in psychology or related science or social science field.and must be in good academic standing, demonstrated in application materials.
- Exceptional communication skills, organizational skills, and attention to detail as evidenced by application materials.
- Prior coursework in psychology as documented in application materials.
- During the semester term of the appointment, the student hourly must be enrolled in no fewer than 6 credit hours. For summer periods the student hourly must:
- have been enrolled in no less than 6 hours in the past spring semester or
- be pre-enrolled in upcoming fall semester in no less than 6 hours or
- be enrolled in summer session or
- be admitted to study in the upcoming fall semester. Student Hourlies may be undergraduate or graduate students. (Exceptions granted for GRA/GTA/GA appointments DO NOT apply to Student Hourly appointments).
- Minimum 3.5 GPA as shown in application materials.
- Research experience that includes work relevant to mental illness, psychology, or obesity.
- Demonstrated ability to work to a deadline.
- Experience in laboratory environment.
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Advertised Salary Range
10-20 hours per week