Other post-grad lab positions

Florida International University
The Neural Dynamics of Control Laboratory seeks a lab manager with administrative/executive assistant skills. The lab currently conducts all operations remotely (due to COVID-19), which allows for this position to be fully remote, at least for the initial 1-year contract (part-time at 24 hrs./week, $16/hour). However, the ideal candidate would be interested in extending their contract beyond one year and increasing part-time hours or transitioning to full-time, on-site work in the future, pending job performance and funding availability. The lab manager will work primarily with Dr. George Buzzell and other members of the NDC Laboratory. This individual will support and manage the lab's day-to-day operations and the schedule of the lab director. Duties are primarily administrative, to include: data entry and organization, preparing forms/documents in line with existing policies/procedures, proofreading/editing, taking meeting minutes, drafting/responding to email or other correspondence, scheduling meetings/appointments, organizing schedules and updating calendars, recruiting/onboarding lab members, arranging travel, answering phone calls, making purchases or processing reimbursements, handling participant scheduling and payment, updating/maintaining the lab website and social media accounts, submitting IT or other requests, and performing other administrative tasks as assigned. Additional organizational/management duties include: training, supervising, and evaluating lab members and their research progress, tracking the progress of various research projects, drafting standard operating procedures and creating training protocols, applying independent judgment/decision making in the completion of tasks or assignments, creating meeting agendas and presentations, performing background research, assist in drafting more complicated documents/forms based on input from lab members to ensure alignment with policies/procedures, obtaining pricing, quotes, and pre-purchasing for lab equipment and supplies. The lab manager may also assist in data collection from human subjects as needed, or perform other duties. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's or Master's degree in an appropriate specialization. Very organized and high attention to detail | Tech-savvy and a quick learner of new technologies | Excellent written/oral communication and interpersonal skills | Ability to lead/organize others, to include creating/implementing organizational systems | A professional, positive, and flexible attitude | Ability to multitask and prioritize, as well as work independently under minimal supervision or as part of a team | Experience with Microsoft Office and Google suite products. Ideal Qualifications: Prior experience/training as an administrative or executive assistant | Prior experience/training as a lab or office manager | Experience leading groups | Experience/training in agile project management frameworks (Scrum, Kanban, etc.) | Experience with data management and statistical software. To apply: Please send your Resume/CV and a cover letter highlighting your qualifications to Dr. Buzzell at ude.uif|llezzubg#ude.uif|llezzubg.** Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and the ideal candidate can start immediately. The NDC Laboratory is committed to building an inclusive and diverse team of researchers that reflects the world in which we live. Therefore, individuals from all backgrounds and identities are highly encouraged to apply.

Northeastern University Two mentored research-focused RA positions (not lab manager), with the opportunity for first authorship on publications from project in the Plasticity in Neurodevelopment lab. Position 1: focuses on EEG signal processing methods and software development (building new functionality for our HAPPE software).Primary Responsibilities: (1) software code development, (2) EEG signal processing methods research with mentored supervision, (3) assisting with manuscript preparation, (4) data management and quality control (4) working respectfully and cohesively with others in our lab, center, and consortium. Basic Qualifications: (1) Proficiency in coding in Matlab and/or Python, (2) background in neuroscience, electrical or computer engineering, computer science, or a related field; (3) excellent organizational and communication skills Position 2: focuses on using EEG measures in the first years of life to predict later language and cognitive development in the context of early adversity. Primary Responsibilities: (1) EEG neuroimaging analyses with mentored supervision (2) manuscript preparation, (3) data management and quality control (4) working respectfully and cohesively with others in our lab, center, and consortium. Basic Qualifications: (1) background in developmental psychology, neuroscience, public health, or a related field; (2) excellent organizational and communication skills. Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to ude.nretsaehtron|manrud-drabag.l#manruD-drabaG leruaL Deadline not stated. Job posted June 29 2020.

Penn State University Dr. Jonathan Cook, PI of the Group Identity & Social Perception Lab at Penn State University is seeking a full-time lab manager to start July 2020. The lab manager will coordinate and help carry out a data-intensive, longitudinal experimental study examining identity processes involved in the retention and attrition of Ph.D. students in STEM fields, as well as other studies being conducted in the lab. See job ad. Deadline: Until filled.

UC Davis Joiner Lab in conjunction with the TCAN Lab is seeking 2 full-time Junior Specialists to work on a neuroimaging project studying sensorimotor integration and psychosis. See here for clinical coordination position (scheduling, clinical interviewing, etc.) and here for technical position (MRI and eyetracking data collection and analysis). Deadline is June 7.

University of Florida (Dr. Brian Odegaard) Full-time lab manager to start Fall 2020. The research associate will work closely with Dr. Odegaard and members of his lab on research projects related to consciousness, using psychophysics/eyetracking experiments. See job ad. Job posted 6/8/2020.

University of Texas at Houston; UTHEALTH Dana DeMaster, Children’s Learning Institute; This researcher will be part of a large multi-year investigation that examines effects of responsive parenting intervention on brain development and self-regulation in toddlers born preterm. Full-time position collecting MRI. Must apply on UTHEALTH employment pageClick here for application; deadline 11/30/20

Northwestern University ([http://www.adaptprogram.com/join-adapt]) The Northwestern University Adolescent Development and Preventive Treatment (ADAPT) program is seeking applications for a research coordinator. Currently we are running a number of protocols with typically developing, prodromal syndrome and early psychosis populations focusing on biomarker, treatment, and scale development. Join our team and be involved with collecting and writing up data from any and all of these great and innovative multimodal studies. The successful applicant will join a team of project coordinators responsible for managing undergraduate research assistants, coordinating research projects (recruiting, scheduling, running participants), processing IRB protocols, managing finances, and analyzing and processing data. This is the ideal position for someone interested in applying for graduate school in a year or two. You will get in-depth experience in an active multidisciplinary team, learn skills, publish papers, attend conferences and make connections with a number of psychopathology groups. For questions please contact ude.nretsewhtron|tpada#ude.nretsewhtron|tpada. Review of applications will begin right away, and we hope for the position to begin as soon as possible.

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