Research Analyst Position In Early Mathematics Development, Vanderbilt University

Full-time, one-year position, starting July 2016.

Job Summary:  Oversee and help conduct research project on math and spatial skills in preschool funded by the Institute of Education Sciences.  Primary responsibilities will be data collection in local preschools, data management and coding, preparation of data collection materials and of materials for publications, and general lab management, including supervision of undergraduate students.

This position requires a bachelors degree in Psychology or Education or a related field, previous experience working with young children, experience conducting psychological research, and excellent organizational, interpersonal and computer skills.  Previous research experience in tasks such as literature reviews and data coding, and experience teaching or tutoring in school settings is highly desirable. Applicants from underrepresented minorities are especially encouraged to apply

Review of applications will begin May 2nd and likely end May 13th, unless the position has not been filled.

If interested, please send (a) cover letter describing qualifications and include names and contact information for three potential reference , (b) resume, and (c) transcript (unofficial is fine), by electronic mail to bethany.rittle-johnson@vanderbilt.edu, with RESEARCH ANALYST INQUIRY in the subject line. If you have questions or require further information, please contact Dr. Rittle-Johnson. Applicants will also need to officially apply through Vanderbilt Human Resources; posting of the position through HR is pending.

For more information about the lab go to:

http://peabody.vanderbilt.edu/departments/psych/research/research_labs/childrens_learning_lab/index.php

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