The Stigma, Psychopathology, & Assessment (SPLAT) Lab—directed by Dr. Craig Rodriguez-Seijas at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor campus—is seeking 1 full-time lab manager. The SPLAT lab examines (1) dimensional models of psychopathology and (2) factors associated with manifestation of psychosocial dysfunction among minoritized populations [sexual, gender, and racial/ethnic minority populations]. The lab manager will work closely with Dr. Rodriguez-Seijas to help coordinate data collection, organization, and analysis on multiple projects in the lab.
- High school diploma or Associate’s degree
- Strong organizational, interpersonal, and time management skills
This position is ideal for those interested in pursuing a future PhD in clinical psychology or a related field. A successful applicant will have an interest in clinical psychology, and interest in working with understudied and minoritized populations (in particular sexual and gender minority populations).
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in psychology, or related field
- Interest in clinical psychology, and interest in working with understudied and minoritized populations (in particular sexual and gender minority populations)
- Experience working with sexual and/or gender minority populations and communities
- Some programming experience (e.g., R), and statistical experience/interest.
- Some experience with data analysis
- Experience with longitudinal data collection & design (e.g., EMA, ILD designs)
Lab Manager Duties: The lab manager will help coordinate data collection, organization, and analysis on multiple projects in the SPLAT Lab. Additional opportunities (e.g., publishing) will be available as a member of the SPLAT Lab. Examples of some specific responsibilities may include:
- Designing web-based surveys for data collection
- Developing data cleaning & analytic pipelines for incoming data
- Programming data collection protocols
- General administrative duties—maintenance of lab website, Twitter profile
- Recruiting, screening, training, & supervising undergraduate research assistants
- Maintenance of lab operations documents for continuity of lab functioning
- Managing participant outreach and recruitment
- Designing accessible recruitment materials