Primary responsibilities include conducting research and assisting with lab management duties under the supervision of Dr. Brunet. More specifically, the lab manager will maintain the Psychology and Neuroscience laboratory facilities. He or she will perform clerical duties such as order supplies, manage budgets, maintain schedules and calendars, update the laboratory’s website, etc. The lab manager will, after being trained to operate an eye tracker and an electroencephalography (EEG) system, assist undergraduate researchers while they collect data from research participants. The lab manager will also recruit participants for research, manage research participant consent forms and oversee compensation of the research participants.
Hours and Location: 30-40 hours/week: M-F; Millsaps Campus, Jackson MS.
- Manage laboratory budget
- Order and organize lab supplies
- Conduct, monitor, and observe experiments
- Train, aid and assist undergraduate researchers, when needed
- Clean, maintain and prepare work areas
- Edit and manage the laboratory website
- Update and maintain calendars and schedules
- Add/edit all documents necessary for laboratory experiments
- Document informed consent form research participants
- Manage compensation research participants
- Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
- Demonstrated ability to interact with others in a collaborative environment.
- Ability to lead and maintain a laboratory without direct supervision
- Critical thinking skills
- Ability to properly manage budgets and projects
- Dedication to tackle new and exciting endeavors
- BS/BA in science
- Proficiency with Excel and spreadsheets.
- Good digital and IT skills.
- Preferred: previous exposure to research
- Optional: knowledge of Matlab and/or Python
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and references in email format to:
Nicolas Brunet, Assistant Professor of Psychology
The review of applicants will begin immediately.
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About Millsaps College
Millsaps is an accredited, privately supported, national liberal arts college founded by members of the Methodist Church in 1890. Consistently ranked as one of the best values in higher education, Millsaps has been praised by Colleges That Change Lives, The Princeton Review, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, the John Templeton Foundation, The Fiske Guide to Colleges and Insight Magazine.
Millsaps College’s Vision
Building on its motto, Ad Excellentiam, its strong heritage of social justice, freedom of thought and reflection on life’s most important questions, and its central location in the capital city of Mississippi, Millsaps engages students in a transformative learning and leadership experience that results in personal and intellectual growth, commitment to good citizenship in our global society and a desire to succeed and make a difference in every community they touch.
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