The Brain, Cognition and Development Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Florida is seeking an enthusiastic and qualified individual to fill a Research Programs Services Coordinator II position. This position will be responsible for the coordination and daily management of cognitive neuroscience assessments (MRI, EEG) for an NIH-funded research multi-site cohort of pregnant women and their children through age 10.
This position will work closely with the principal investigators (PI’s) and the study team to facilitate all aspects of the infant and child MRI and EEG data collection. This position includes programming and running experiments; entering and processing data; working with technical software; troubleshooting technical difficulties; preparing rooms, computers, and research related equipment for testing; managing data quality control, documentation, ensuring data upload and back-up, working with the Department Psychology staff to purchase supplies and equipment, and maintaining general laboratory equipment include net maintenance, computers, and networks used for this project.
The Research Coordinator II will work with project staff to help schedule participants and ensure staffing during testing and will work with the larger NIH consortium Data Core to ensure procedures are being followed and data quality benchmarks are being met. This person in this position will help train graduate students/undergraduates/staff on study procedures and create/maintain training documentation and report research-related outcomes to Dr. Scott and the Research Team.
For more information and to apply: https://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/en-us/job/518935/research-coordinator-ii