This is a part-time (.75FTE) position in the Developmental Brain Imaging Laboratory (DBIL).
As a Clinical Research Assistant-II, you will be heavily involved in phone/virtual and in-person behavioral and cognitive assessment and MRI scanning of an established cohort of young adult study participants as part of the National Consortium on Alcohol & Neurodevelopment in Adolescence (NCANDA). You will also assist with administrative-related tasks for the project, including scheduling of participant visits, data entry and export, and other general office duties in support of the goals of the study. Through careful examination of our biases and conscious changes to our practices, in conjunction with lab-based learning and strategic initiatives, DBIL is committed to fostering an anti-racist, inclusive, equitable and welcoming climate for all faculty, students, staff, and research participants.
This position is 100% grant funded and salary is limited to the lower range of this research classification. Evening and weekend availability will be required. This position is temporary (6 months) to start, and pending grant renewal, may be extended.
Bachelor's Degree in relevant field, OR Associate's Degree and 2 years of relevant experience, OR 3 years of relevant experience, OR an equivalent combination of training and experience
Sufficient computer knowledge to interface with a variety of database and statistical software, such as Excel, REDCap, SPSS, Access, and E-Prime
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, as the incumbent will be interacting regularly with young adult research participants
Self-starter, possessing a strong work ethic and the ability to operate independently, as well as in a team environment
Demonstrated effectiveness in organizing tasks and setting priorities, multi-tasking, and working efficiently with minimum oversight
Ability to interact constructively with faculty and staff,
Ability to be adaptable, creative, and a quick learner
Bachelor's Degree in behavioral science field, or advanced degree
Experience in psychological or neuroimaging research
Experience working with young adults
Prior human research experience
Experience with REDCap and Excel
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