Project officer / Research Assistant (4 positions available):
Successful candidates will be responsible for:
- Coordinating project meetings, facilitating communication among project personnel
- Overseeing the day to day lab operations of research projects
- Overseeing purchase and installation of audio/visual/computing and technical equipment
- Developing and maintaining project operational procedures, training materials and documents
- Recruiting subjects on campus and off campus, running experimental procedures.
- Coordinating data collection, including and working with young children and families.
- Managing and maintaining project records
- Learning and performing experimental data pre-processing and analysis
- Assisting in the preparation and writing of progress reports, scientific presentations, abstracts, manuscripts and publications, including outputs aimed at the general public.
- Creating visual materials for experimental work and for public communications
- Performing other ad hoc administrative duties to support the research projects
- Event planning (from time to time)
Position requirments requirements
- At least a 2nd upper class Honours degree in Psychology, Linguistics, Cognitive science or related discipline.
- Detailed knowledge about the language landscape of Singapore
- A friendly manner, excellent communication (verbal and written English) and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work with young children and families
- High degree of responsibility and maturity
- Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
- Ability to communicate in another language of either Chinese, Tamil or Malay will be a required aspect for the position, as the project involves bilingualism research
- Experiences in cognitive or psycholinguistics research and/or experience in linguistics and language acquisition in Singapore are highly desirable
- Competence in SPSS/Excel, knowledge of Eprime/Presentation and Matlab would be an advantage
- Task-orientation, excellent organisational skills, attention to details and accuracy.
Candidates should highlight relevant previous experiences in a cover-letter, where they are encouraged to note their particular experience in a research environment(e.g., a lab) and experience in any of the following domains:
- Event planning
- Graphic design/photography/video production
- Web design/game design/app design
- Social media/advertising/public broadcastic
- Audio recording (experience with mics, amps, speakers, audio processing software)
- Translation/transcription/language teaching/linguistics
- Working with infants/young children/families in the community
Singaporeans/PRs from minority groups and unconventional backgrounds (e.g., first in family to University) are encouraged to apply
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