Coordinate all day-to-day aspects of a National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded study on sexual victimization. Manage and supervise a team of undergraduate research assistants and act as a liaison between research assistants and the faculty PI. Duties include: 1) Recruitment, training and supervision of undergraduate research assistants; 2) recruitment and longitudinal tracking of study participants; 3) preparation of materials for the experimental sessions; 4) preparing and modifying IRB forms; 5) carrying out independent data analysis using statistical software; 6) interpreting results of analysis; and 7) co-authoring publications/presentations using results of analysis.
Bachelor's degree in psychology or other social science field plus experience with behavioral research methods. Knowledge of behavioral research essential. Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheets and database software necessary.
Prefer at least one year experience with behavioral research methods; and experience with survey research and statistical methods for quantitative analysis of data using software such as SPSS.