Lab Manager Child Development at Johns Hopkins

Seeking Lab Manager for Laboratory for Child Development at Johns Hopkins University This full-time position will involve overseeing all aspects of cognitive development research with infants, children, and adults. Duties will include: recruiting research participants, conducting behavioral experiments, coding infant behaviors, hiring, training and supervising undergraduate research assistants, maintaining a participant database, interacting with graduate and post-doctoral students, data entry and assisting with data analysis, equipment and computer purchasing and upkeep, and budgetary organization. This position reports to Dr. Lisa Feigenson and Dr. Justin Halberda in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. A college background in psychology or cognitive science and experience with psychological research is strongly preferred.  Ability to work well with parents, infants and young children is a must.  Computer skills and supervisory experience are desirable. The position has a 1-year minimum, with the possibility of extending to 2 years.  The position will begin around May, 2010. The Johns Hopkins Laboratory for Child Development website can be viewed at: To submit an application, visit the Johns Hopkins University Human Resources website at (job requisition number 42530): Please be sure to include a resume or cv with contacts who will provide you with a letter of reference, as well as a cover letter explaining your interest in the position. Lisa Feigenson Assistant Professor Dept. of Psychological & Brain Sciences Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD 21218 USA (410) 516-7364