The Databrary project (http://databrary.org) seeks a full time Project Coordinator to assist in launching and managing a project funded by the National Science Foundation to create a web-based video data sharing library for behavioral science research.
The Project Coordinator will be based in New York and will work closely with Co-Principal Investigators Dr. Karen Adolph (NYU) and Dr. Rick Gilmore (PSU), Databrary.org researchers, and technical staff. The Project Coordinator will maintain communication with committed contributors, users, and the Databrary.org community; Work with committed contributors to secure IRB permission to share; Oversee communication with Advisory Board members; Plan Advisory Board meetings; Assist with hiring technical staff; Manage authorization and contributor/user accounts; Manage quality assurance of video transcoding and coding spreadsheets; and Help with technical support on the Databrary.org and OpenSHAPA.org websites.
Qualifiations include a minimum of a B.S. or B.A. in Psychology or related fields with 2 years experience in research, project management, or administration. Strong written and oral communication skills, self-motivation, follow-through, confidence, leadership, and flexibility required. Interest in and familiarity with web design (HTML, CSS), databases, statistical or data analysis software (e.g., R, SPSS, MATLAB, Excel), and graphics software (e.g., Illustrator) are a plus. Salary range (commensurate with experience) plus full NYU benefits, including health and tuition remission.
To apply, please send a PDF of your cover letter and resume to Lisa Steiger at email@example.com.