There is currently one position open for working in the lab:
Social and Political Psychology Lab Research Assistant/Lab Coordinator Position
Dr. Becky Choma, Director of the Social and Political Psychology (SPP) lab in the department of psychology at Ryerson University is considering applications for a Research Assistant/Lab Coordinator. The position is 15-20 hours per week from September 2017 to April 2018.
The Research Assistant/Lab Coordinator will be involved in several research projects, and duties and responsibilities will relate to all stages of the research process and day-to-day activities of the SPP Lab, including: literature searches, material/stimuli development, data collection (online surveys and in-lab studies with student and community populations), coordinating lab members (e.g. volunteer RAs), training undergraduate RAs, data entry (SPSS), and manuscript preparation. The research projects cover topics relating to sociopolitical ideology and prejudice/discrimination.
Requirements: Must have completed at least 3 years of an undergraduate psychology degree, possess strong interpersonal skills, organized, and attention to detail. Candidates with prior research experience and higher academic averages are strongly encouraged to apply.
Please submit a letter of application detailing why you are seeking an RA position, unofficial transcript, CV, and availability to Becky Choma via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) by August 18, 2017. Candidates being considered will be contacted via email to arrange an interview the week of August 21.
This is a great opportunity to join a thriving lab, acquire skills in preparation for graduate school, and work with other undergraduate and graduate students!