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The position entails many aspects of lab management including recruitment, design and running of studies, working with graduate students, managing undergraduate research assistants, entering data, overseeing materials and records management, purchasing off grants, interfacing with office personnel, and so on. Ability to work well with people of a range of ages and backgrounds, creative problem-solving skills, high energy and a strong work ethic, and being extremely well-organized are important credentials. Prior child development laboratory experience is expected. Start date: June 15, or possibly earlier. To apply, please send a cover letter describing the reason for your interest in the position and your main qualifications, a CV, and the names and contact information for 3 professional references to Angeline Lillard at: earlydevlabcoordinator gmail.
Think you have what it takes? Check out our information about the RA role, responsibilities, and application process. The Resident Assistant position is a paid student employment opportunity. Students do not have to be work-study eligible.
Archaeology of Chesapeake Slavery and Landscape Anthropology 6 credits. The program starts in the first week of June. It offers six credits to undergraduate and graduate students through the University of Virginia's College of Arts and Sciences. A current or previous affiliation with UVA is not required to attend.