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Department of Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences, has an open Part-time Research Support Coordinator position working with Dr. Rebecca Shearer's Early Childhood Teaching Pyramid Model intervention project. This is a research-practice collaboration between the University of Miami Department of Psychology, the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Pre-Kindergarten and Head Start program, and the Miami Children's Initiative. This is an hourly position consisting of 20 hours per week. This position requires a Bachelors degree. 1-2 years of work experience in a psychology research position is required. Experience obtained while working as a student or in a training environment will be considered. Apply online. Position# P100044926
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