|My apologies! I was mistaken-- the job will be accessible to individuals outside the Harvard network on Sep. 12 (monday). To apply from outside of Harvard, go to http://atwork.harvard.edu/, click on "jobs at harvard" then "click here to search jobs at harvard." Then you can directly search for req. #24218. Thank you!Erin. |
On Sep 7, 2005, at 11:19 AM, Erin E. Hannon wrote:
Please forward to recent graduates and other prospective applicants!
RESEARCH ASSISTANT POSITION: Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology, Harvard University
Seeking to fill a full-time Research Assistant position. Starting date is flexible but October 2005 is preferred. Research assistant will oversee of all aspects of basic research on auditory development (music and speech) with infants and adults. Duties include: recruiting research participants, maintaining participant database and calendar, scheduling and confirming appointments, greeting families, conducting experiments, hiring, training and supervising undergraduate research assistants, purchasing and maintaining equipment and supplies, and assisting with data, video and acoustical analysis. This position is funded through the end of June 2007. Renewal of the appointment is contingent upon continued funding.
Required Education, Experience and Skills: College degree in psychology or at least one year of related coursework is strongly preferred. Experience with psychological research, previous supervisory experience and music training (reading music) preferred. Excellent organizational skills and interpersonal skills required. Must be comfortable working with infants, toddlers and parents. Proficient with office and library technologies as well as on-line search skills.
Harvard University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
If you are interested in applying, visit http://harvie.harvard.edu/
Click on “job openings” (left-hand side)
Search for requisition # 24218 to view the ad and apply.
Erin E. HannonDepartment of PsychologyHarvard University1168 William James Hall33 Kirkland St. Cambridge, MA 02138
Erin E. Hannon
Department of Psychology
1168 William James Hall
33 Kirkland St.
Cambridge, MA 02138