Full-time lab manager position starting in June

The Child’s Play, Learning and Development Lab at the University of Delaware needs a highly capable, eager, and well-spoken individual to serve as a full-time laboratory manager. A recent college graduate having majored in psychology or a related field and looking for additional research experience before going on to graduate school would be ideal; former laboratory coordinators accumulate paper presentations and publications and have gone on to the graduate schools of their choice.

The laboratory is extremely active and highly collaborative with a focus on language acquisition, spatial skills, and learning through play. Strong writing skills are essential as the lab manager collaborates on publications, writes grant reports, and presents at conferences. Attention to detail, the ability to multi-task, and organizational skills are a must as the lab manager is the link to the University IRB office, manages participant recruitment, and is in charge of purchasing equipment and supplies.
The lab manager must also have excellent social skills. In addition to training and supervising undergraduate research assistants, the lab manager cultivates a team orientation, and fosters a high degree of professionalism among laboratory members. The applicant must be excellent with young children and their parents as well as with the staff they interface with at the University and in the field. Previous research experience in a psychology or related laboratory is required and an interest and background in how young children learn is desirable.
Upon mutual satisfaction, you would be asked to make a commitment to remain for a two-year term that offers full, excellent benefits (including dental and vision) and an exciting working environment. Preferred start date is June 1, 2016.
Materials: Please submit a CV, cover letter, and have three letters of recommendation sent to the current Laboratory Manager, Natalie Brezack, at nbrezack@udel.edu. Please submit all materials by March 31st.

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