The Project Director will manage the daily operations of a development and innovation project to create a social norms campaign and bystander intervention training to reduce bullying and sexual harassment in area high schools. Responsibilities will include: on-going training and supervision of staff, development and modification of procedural manuals and research protocols, participant recruitment, scheduling and facilitating data collection, maintenance and verification of data, records, and payment, budgeting and reporting, coordinating project meetings, and data management. Other project-related tasks are assigned as needed. There are opportunities for writing and professional collaboration.
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Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or related field and two years’ experience in social science research required. Excellent organizational, interpersonal, written and oral communication, and data management skills are integral to the position. Experience working with school-age youth is also required.
Master’s degree or Ph.D. in Psychology or related field preferred. Experience with supervision and management of research projects and manuscript preparation highly desirable.