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Scientific Research Analyst III

Employer
Tulane University
Location
Covington, LA

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Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
Scientific Research Analyst IIITNPRC Veterinary Medicine

Location: Covington, LA

Summary

The Scientific Research Analyst performs quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, coordinates research collaborations, and formats and edits research documents. The position will focus on nonhuman primate behavior data collection, animal training, and neurobiological testing. The Scientific Analyst will contribute to all aspects of multiple research projects and be responsible for the day to day research operations under the supervision of the Behavioral Biologist. 

May be designated as essential personnel during a storm/natural disaster. If required to work during a closure, employee must provide accurate and current contact information and is responsible for maintaining communication with TNPRC. Failure to report to work when requested by supervisor or manager will result in disciplinary action as outlined by the Staff Handbook.

Failure to meet established performance standards in the performance of the job duties and responsibilities outlined in this job description (or as otherwise assigned); and/or failure to interact courteously and tactfully with managers, co-workers, customers and/or vendors such that productivity or departmental morale suffers will result in management's taking the appropriate disciplinary action as outlined in the Staff Handbook.   

Employee attendance must meet established work schedules. Faithfulness in coming to work, being on time, planning absences in advance when possible, and calling in when unavoidably detained from reporting for work is an essential requirement of the job.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in a related field and four years of experience in nonhuman research or behavioral management, or master's degree in a related field and two years of experience in nonhuman research or behavioral management

Preferred Qualifications

  • Previous experience in behavioral, developmental, or cognitive neuroscience research laboratory
  • Knowledge of nonhuman primate behavior
  • Experience in working with nonhuman primates 
  • Background in behavioral sciences or neurobehavioral research
  • Experience collecting behavioral data
  • Technical expertise in implementing neurobehavioral research
  • Experience with positive reinforcement training
  • Experience in manuscript and grant writing

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