Full Time 40 hours Grade 077 Clin & Social Psychology-MHFC Schedule FLEXIBLE; SOME EVENINGS MAY BE REQUIRED; SOME WKENDS Responsibilities Position Summary: The Tuning in to Kids Project is currently seeking two Research Assistants to work closely with the Principal Investigator on a randomized controlled trial of the Tuning in to Kids intervention with families raising children (ages 4 to 12) with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASO). The Research Assistant will receive training in quantitative and qualitative research methods, the effects of prenatal alcohol exposure on development, and intervention design and evaluation. Primary responsibilities for the Research Assistant position include 1) recruitment, 2) tracking and scheduling research visits with families, 3) preparing and organizing assessment materials, 4) collecting observational, interview, questionnaire, and physiological research data, and 5) coding, organizing, and entering data. The Research Assistant may also help with other quantitative and qualitative studies in the lab, literature reviews, and manuscript preparation. Qualifications: Associate's degree in appropriate discipline plus 2-3 years specialized experience in related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Child Development, or related field. Previous research experience is preferred. This position is ideal for a recent graduate looking for research experience to be competitive in graduate school admissions. The Research Assistant position requires flexible scheduling, and some evenings and weekends may be required depending on participant availability. Study participants will be recruited in Rochester and Buffalo areas and some occasional travel may be necessary. Applicants must have a clean, valid driver's license and own a reliable means of transportation.
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