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The Interpersonal Violence Research Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of New Hampshire is seeking a full-time Post-Doctoral Research Fellow who will contribute to several federally-funded projects specific to violence prevention and intervention. Although the Fellow will primarily work on intervention development, project coordination, and evaluation for an NIH-funded project, the Fellow will also assist with scholarly dissemination of findings from other federally-funded studies, including ample opportunity for first-author publications.
• 35% program development and implementation
• 40% project coordination
• 25% scholarly dissemination of findings
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The individual in this position will work on a combination of programing, research, and administration/coordination/grant management. There may also be opportunities to mentor undergraduate and graduate students in addition to teaching an undergraduate psychology course. This position is ideal for an individual seeking a tenure-track position at a research-focused university. Specific tasks are as follows:
• Conduct literature reviews relevant to programmatic and research components of the project
• Assist project staff with the development of violence and substance misuse prevention and intervention initiatives; the Fellow will have the opportunity to co-author curricula as long as contributions are substantial
• Assist in the selection, training, and supervision of program facilitators
• Lead the coordination of the research evaluation component of the project (e.g., assist PI with IRB approvals, participant tracking, etc.)
• Assist with data management and analysis
• Assist with scholarly disseiminatinon of findings, including being the lead author on several papers each year.
Other duties may be assigned.
Required: Ph.D. in psychology, public health, or related field. Experience with program development and evaluation as well as record of (or strong potential for) scholarly dissemination.
Preferred: Experience with program development and/or research specific to violence and substance misuse prevention and intervention is highly desired.
More information available here.