Part-time Research Coordinator
Dr. April Bailey is seeking a part-time Research Coordinator to coordinate research on social group biases. Information about Dr. Bailey’s research is available at www.baileypsychlab.com. Her lab uses approaches from social and cognitive psychology as well as machine-learning tools from computational linguistics.
In-person (Durham, NH, USA), hybrid in-person / remote, or fully remote working arrangements are possible.
Conducting studies in the laboratory, as well as offsite (e.g., around campus) and/or online
Recruiting, training, and coordinating undergraduate research assistants
Performing various administrative duties (e.g., managing the lab’s IRB protocols, maintaining budgets, submitting reimbursement requests, managing participant recruiting systems)
Coordinating the lab’s digital presence (e.g., maintaining the lab website and email)
Providing general support to researchers in the lab
Identifying and setting up lab equipment
Applicants should have:
The ability to work independently
Keen attention to detail
Excellent communication and social skills
Strong organizational, managerial, and problem-solving skills
Passion and interest for conducting social psychology research on social cognition, social groups, social biases, social inequities, or related topics
A bachelor's degree in psychology, cognitive science, or computer science*
One or more years of research experience*
* These qualifications are optimal but not required. If you are interested but do not have these qualifications, please still apply.
Apply by uploading the following documents/information through the following link: https://nyu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0GK0lbZ2t6FEbhc
A cover letter describing your research experience and interests, relevant skills, and career goals. Feel free to also include any relevant personal experiences, such as those from belonging to a marginalized group or systematically underrepresented group in psychology (1-2 pgs)
A current resume or CV
An unofficial college transcript
Names and contact information for 1-2 research supervisors or other qualified recommenders who can serve as references
For best consideration, please apply by July 1, 2023. September or October 2023 start date preferred. A 10-month commitment for 10-15 hours per week is preferred, with the opportunity to extend pending funding. Depending on contribution to research projects, authorship on resulting conference presentations or peer-reviewed publications is possible. This position would be ideal for someone interested in future graduate study in psychology or other social sciences.
Applications from individuals belonging to groups that are systematically underrepresented in psychology are encouraged to apply.
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