Job Requisition Number: 26040. The Clinical Science Program at U.C. Berkeley is a member of the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science, which is a coalition of doctoral training programs that share a common goal of producing and applying scientific knowledge to the assessment, understanding, and amelioration of human problems. Membership in the Academy is granted only after a thorough peer review process. Its membership in the Academy indicates that the Clinical Science Program at U.C. Berkeley is committed to excellence in scientific training, and to using clinical science as the foundation for designing, implementing, and evaluating assessment and intervention procedures.
•Schedule and run experiments with adult human subjects. Use lab computers and software to develop experimental stimuli and procedures, perform basic data analysis, manage, store and protect data. Serve as work lead for student researchers and provide training in the performance of experiments and lab procedures. Assist with subject recruitment and community relations. Assist with campus human subject protocol requirements. •Assist with preparation and submission of Institution Review Board (IRB) materials and basic aspects of grant applications. Assist with preparation of work for conference poster presentation and with figures for paper publication •Order supplies and equipment, including computing equipment. Coordinate reimbursements for lab personnel. Set-up and maintain website for PI/lab. May network computers and install software.•Previous academic research experience working with adult human subjects in mental health research or clinical settings with exposure to and/or training in diagnostic interviewing and psycho-physiological assessment. Additional experience conducting research with or interviewing vulnerable populations or those with mental illness is preferred •Undergraduate course work in Psychology with emphasis in behavioral studies and exposure to ethical principles in conducting psychological research •Experience working with software packages used in collecting and processing experimental data such as Matlab, SPSS and EPRIME. Must have knowledge of data management principles or ability to learn. •Ability with standard software (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, databases). •Must have experience with graphics software such as ADOBE or ability to learn. •Must have experience with or ability to learn basic computer programming and HTML and simple networking •Ability to handle fluctuating priorities and deadlines •Must be organized, responsible, punctual, with ability to pay close attention to details •Strong interpersonal skills and proven leadership abilities •Excellent verbal and written communication abilities
•Education/Training: Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or equivalent combination of experience and training This is a part-time (50%), career position eligible for full UC Benefits.
This position is governed by the terms and conditions in the agreement for the Research Support Professionals Unit (RX) between the University of California and the University Professional and Technical Employees (UPTE). The current bargaining agreement manual can be found at: http://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/labor/bargaining-units/rx/index.html
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