Dr. Rebekah Richert, at the University of California, Riverside is seeking a full-time Lab Coordinator.

Dr. Rebekah Richert, at the University of California, Riverside is seeking a full-time Lab Coordinator.

 

The purpose of this position is to provide support for the Childhood Cognition Lab (CCL), which conducts research on cultural influences on cognitive development in early childhood. The lab coordinator works with undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral researchers on projects related to children's learning through media and a longitudinal study of children's religious concept development. Duties include managing and leading research projects in the lab: designing studies, creating stimuli, recruiting participants, testing children and adults, coding videotaped interactions, data entry, analyzing data, and participating in the final synthesis of research for publication. The position also involves administrative duties, such as interviewing, hiring, training, and scheduling undergraduate volunteers, managing participant recruitment, purchasing equipment, and planning lab events and meetings. Individuals in this position are encouraged to contribute to conference and manuscript submissions. The position is full time (salary is commensurate with experience), offers health benefits, and requires a one-year commitment starting July 1, 2016. A renewal for a second year is possible.

 

To apply, please visit: https://irecruitportal.ucr.edu/irecruit/!Controller?action=jobs_webui.show_page&page=jobs_browser&public=true&module=jobs

 

Filling this position soon is a top priority, so review of applications will begin on June 10, 2016 and applications will be considered on a rolling basis.    

 

 

The purpose of this position is to provide support for the Childhood Cognition Lab (CCL), which conducts research on cultural influences on cognitive development in early childhood. The lab coordinator works with undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral researchers on projects related to children's learning through media and a longitudinal study of children's religious concept development. Duties include managing and leading research projects in the lab: designing studies, creating stimuli, recruiting participants, testing children and adults, coding videotaped interactions, data entry, analyzing data, and participating in the final synthesis of research for publication. The position also involves administrative duties, such as interviewing, hiring, training, and scheduling undergraduate volunteers, managing participant recruitment, purchasing equipment, and planning lab events and meetings. Individuals in this position are encouraged to contribute to conference and manuscript submissions. The position is full time (salary is commensurate with experience), offers health benefits, and requires a one-year commitment starting July 1, 2016. A renewal for a second year is possible.

 

To apply, please visit: https://irecruitportal.ucr.edu/irecruit/!Controller?action=jobs_webui.show_page&page=jobs_browser&public=true&module=jobs

 

Filling this position soon is a top priority, so review of applications will begin on June 10, 2016 and applications will be considered on a rolling basis.