Division/College: Bouve College of Health Sciences
FT/PT: Full Time
The Speech and Neurodevelopment Lab, in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University, Boston, MA (http://nuweb9.neu.edu/snl/), under the direction of Dr. Emily Zimmerman, is seeking a research assistant. This is a benefits-earning position that requires a minimum 1-year commitment. The research assistant's duties include recruitment and scheduling of infants, testing of infants in the lab as well as at off-campus sites (daycare centers, homes), data management and database maintenance both in the lab setting as well as across data centers in Puerto Rico.
Please include a cover letter describing your research experiences and career goals, CV, and 2-3 references with contact information (phone number and email address) for each of the referees.
Review of applications will begin immediately with the goal of filling the position sometime in June or July, 2019.
The successful candidate will have a bachelor's degree in speech-language sciences, psychology, or related field, and some prior research experience. Strong computer and managerial skills are essential. In addition, the successful candidate must be highly attentive to details, have excellent interpersonal skills, be capable of working independently as well as with others in a complex, demanding, and exciting research environment, and must enjoy interacting with infants and their parents.
Requisition Number: STFR005437
Internal Number: 61052
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