Position available:

Lab Manager/Research Assistant

Washington University in St. Louis, Psychology Department

Seeking a motivated associate to assist with behavioral and functional MRI experiments, starting spring 2019. An ideal candidate would be a newly-graduated undergraduate who has a strong curiosity about cognitive and computational neuroscience, and has relevant coursework and laboratory experience in this area. Duties will include interacting with human participants, data collection and analysis, and also managerial functions such as scheduling facilities and coordinating with other research team members.

Required qualification:

  • Undergraduate degree in psychology, neuroscience, or a related field.

Desirable qualifications:

  • Programming skills
  • Research experience with human subjects
  • Experience with functional MRI
  • Experience with film production

This full-time, federally funded position provides a great opportunity to gain experience before going on to an advanced degree. St. Louis is a vibrant, affordable city, and Washington University has a rich community of cognitive scientists and neuroscientists. Two-year commitment required. Health benefits provided.

To apply, download and complete the PDF application. Full submission instructions are included in the document.