Graduate Research Assistant

  • Date Posted:   2013-12-03
  • Department:   Fuller Psych & Family Services
  • FT/PT/Temp:   Part-Time
  • Exempt Status:   N/A
  • Hours:   5 per week
  • Reports To:   Executive Director of Fuller Psychological and Family Services

Summary

Position Type

Part-Time

Description

Applicants must be either a first year clinical psychology graduate student interested in a Master's Thesis or PhD dissertation or PsyD dissertation project. The research study involves examining neuropsychological functioning in underserved and marginalized adolescents who have experienced extensive trauma. The Graduate Research Assistant will be involved in the preparation of a database for neuropsychological research. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a clinical psychology graduate program in Fuller Theological Seminary's Graduate School of Psychology.

Essential Functions

Students will be responsible for the following:

  • Data preparation and entry
  • Chart review
  • Statistical analysis using SPSS
  • Literature review

Requirements

  • Must be currently enrolled in a clinical psychology graduate program in Fuller Theological Seminary's Graduate School of Psychology
  • First year clinical psychology graduate student interested in a Master's Thesis or PhD dissertation or PsyD dissertation project
  • Some familiarity with SPSS
  • Attention to detail
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Willingness to take initiative

Notes

  • This position is designed for a candidate who has a passion to do clinically relevant neuropsychological research. The goal of our research is to help further understand potential risk factors in this population how to best serve them
  • All interested candidates should submit a cover letter and a curriculum vita