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The Project Coordinator will administer data collection for a multi-year series of studies supporting an experimental, text message-based intervention for managing cravings to smoke.
Effort will be dedicated to conducting screening and research interviews for potential participants; assisting with the distribution and collection of surveys; assisting with participant recruitment and retention; entering and maintaining data in a database; assisting faculty with IRB submissions; modifications, renewals, and final reports; assisting faculty with basic training and monitoring of student research assistants; coordination of data collection with off-site collaborators; and assisting faculty with evaluating data and preparing reports. The project coordinator will work under the direction of Dr. Joshua Magee, faculty member in the Psychology Department and the Principal Investigator of the grant.
Bachelor's degree in Psychology or a closely related field, OR, graduating senior with major in Psychology or a closely related field with degree expected by end of December, 2015; previous experience with psychological or medical research; excellent oral communication skills; attention to detail; comfort with multidisciplinary teams and diverse populations.
Ability to use Microsoft Word and Excel; computer and technological proficiency.
Miami University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with smoke- and tobacco-free campuses, is committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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