Research Technician II ­– Resilience Project.

Research Technician II ­– Resilience Project.
 
The Department of Psychology & Neuroscience at Duke University is seeking two full-time bachelor's level employees to join the Resilience Project research team at Duke University.  The Resilience Project, funded by a grant from The Duke Endowment, is a four-institution longitudinal study examining social, academic, and health-related processes across the transition to college and beyond.  The project is a collaboration between researchers and practitioners in student and academic affairs, with the goal of using research findings to inform the development of interventions to promote resilience and well-being in college.
 
Ideal candidates are recent college graduates who are organized and detail-oriented; have excellent communication skills; and are comfortable working on a collaborative team with faculty members, administrators, and other academic professionals.  The individuals in these positions will participate in the collection and management of quantitative data and contribute to other activities involved in the implementation of a large-scale longitudinal research study bridging the areas of social, clinical, and developmental psychology. This position will provide excellent experience for those planning to apply to graduate school in psychology or related fields.  Competency with one or more of the following is highly desirable: Excel, SAS, SPSS, Qualtrics, and/or basic web coding (html, php, css).  Research experience and experience with data analysis is also preferred.  To apply visit Duke Human Resources (requisition numbers 401104111 and 401104104) and send a cover letter, resume/CV, and contact information for at least one person who can serve as a reference to Dr. Molly Weeks at molly.weeks@duke.edu.