Clinical Research Support Coordinator in the Child and Adolescent Mood and Anxiety Treatment Program at the University of Miami
Dr. Jill Ehrenreich-May is seeking a new post-baccalaureate research assistant to provide primary clinical research support to the Child and Adolescent Mood and Anxiety Treatment Program in the Department of Psychology at the University of Miami. This is a full-time, two-year position for a motivated, impeccably organized and highly interpersonally skilled individual looking for experience in the management of on-going clinical research in a specialty, University-based clinic setting, with a strong eye toward research preparation for future graduate studies. Responsibilities will primarily center on day-to-day management of youth research participants and clinical patients, related research materials and databases. Other responsibilities may include administering assessments, managing undergraduate research assistants, overseeing of IRB submissions and updates, and assisting with grant applications and publication preparation. Candidates who are fluent Spanish speakers are preferred, but we will consider exception students that are not Spanish-speakers as well.
Research Support Coordinator Position in Effectiveness Research
at the University of Miami
Drs. Amanda-Jensen-Doss and Jill Ehrenreich-May, faculty members in the University of Miami’s Department of Psychology, are seeking a new post-baccalaureate research assistant to support an NIMH-funded research study examining the effectiveness of two evidence-based interventions for adolescent anxiety and depression in community mental health clinics. Responsibilities will primarily center on recruiting adolescents with anxiety and depression for the trial, screening them for study eligibility, and project coordination tasks. Other responsibilities may include administering assessments, managing undergraduate research assistants, overseeing of IRB submissions and updates, and assisting with grant applications and publication preparation. Opportunities abound for a talented student with interest in a research career to enhance their training through additional presentation and publication experiences in our labs. The ideal candidate is willing to commit to a two-year position, have excellent interpersonal skills, a high degree of motivation and well-developed organizational abilities. Candidates who are fluent Spanish speakers are strongly preferred.
The University of Miami is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from women and minority candidates.