A group of eight developmental science laboratories at New York University is seeking to hire a full-time Laboratory Associate to serve as a recruitment coordinator to support developmental science at NYU. The Laboratory Associate will focus on building relationships with community organizations to facilitate recruitment of families to participate in research. The Laboratory Associate will design, implement and manage public outreach and education, online outreach and recruitment efforts, in-person recruitment of families, and the development of recruitment materials (online and printed). The Laboratory Associate will also coordinate the sharing of research participants across labs, manage a participant database, contribute to training and supervision of students and research assistants, help to coordinate events across the laboratories, and provide general support to researchers.
Preferred qualifications include:
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For best consideration, please apply by June 3, 2022. The start date is flexible (but sometime before July 2022 is preferred). Please clarify when you are available to begin the position in your cover letter.
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