Casual WagePosition Title:
Psychological Science Teaching and Laboratory InternFull Time/Part Time:
Dean of the FacultyDepartment:
Department of Psychological and Brain SciencesDepartment Statement:
Colgate University is a special place to work and offers many unique opportunities, including the ability to work with and among world class faculty and staff at a highly selective residential liberal arts institution. This position provides an opportunity to become familiar with the variety of regular positions that are available at the University, as well as the ability to add employment at a distinct University to your resume.Accountabilities:
Successful candidates for this position will earn sick leave, paid time off, free parking, and a University ‘Gate Card that provides access to fitness facilities, athletic and cultural events, as well as a discount on many items at the University Bookstore.
This type of appointment is not approved to work more than 999 hours per year for all positions combined. Should incumbents work more than a total of 999 hours in a year the appointment may not continue beyond one year of service.
The Psychological Science Teaching and Laboratory Intern will support the teaching and research mission of the Psychological and Brain Sciences (PBSC) Department at Colgate University.Professional Experience/ Qualifications:
This position will develop and coordinate programs designed to support students in PSYC 150, Introduction to Psychological Science, including holding weekly review sessions and regular exam preparation sessions, providing one-on-one tutoring, and coordinating the work of tutors for the course.
In addition, the intern will coordinate the administration of the SONA research participation system, may assist with Research Methods and Quantitative Methods courses, and may provide research support to one or two faculty members.
Experience conducting psychological research.Education:
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or related coursework required by start date. Degree from Colgate University is preferred.Other Information:
Applicants are asked to submit a resume, cover letter, and a letter of recommendation from a work supervisor or a professor outside of PBSC.Requisition Number:
Applications will be reviewed starting May 2, 2022.
The position entails up to 30 hours/week, and runs from late-August 2022 through mid-May 2023.Job Open Date:
This position is paid an hourly wage.
04/12/2022Open Until Filled:
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