Division/Department: Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders
Reports to: Christina Reuterskiöld, Ph.D.
Work Location: New York University, Washington Square Campus
Work Schedule: Full-Time
Pay Range: Commensurate with experience
Benefits Eligible? Yes
Dr. Christina Reuterskiöld is seeking a postdoctoral-level investigator to work as a member of her research team on multiple projects spanning the area of developmental language disorders in children. Examples of her current work include word learning in children with autism, technology enhanced narrative intervention for children with autism and pre-literacy skills in children with cochlear implants.
The Postdoctoral Research Associate responsibilities include assisting with study coordination and project management, developing proposals, grant writing, data analysis and management. The position will allow for dynamic experience that offers both breadth and depth in the realm of developmental language disorders. The position offers a number of excellent training opportunities, including collaboration with senior and junior members of the research team, participation in NYU graduate/faculty seminars, and cross-institutional networking. Competitive post-doctoral salary and attractive fringe benefits; support for local travel costs and conference travel related to study activities. Seminars, and special training workshops available in research methods and statistics.
40% Proposal and manuscript development
30% Project Management
30% Data analysis
The candidate must have completed doctoral graduate training in Communicative Sciences and Disorders, Speech and Hearing Science, Speech-Language Pathology or related field. Relevant data management and analytic skills are required, including proficiency in quantitative methodology. Experience from eye tracking studies desirable as well as experience in implementation science, grants management and manuscript preparation. Ability to work well independently and in a multidisciplinary team, good organization skills, attention to detail and excellent oral and written communication skills required. Track record of academic publications and presentations for scholarly and policy audiences highly preferred.
We are looking for someone who is available for a minimum one-year commitment, with the potential for a one-year renewal pending satisfactory performance. Start date is flexible, but candidate could start as early as fall 2017, in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New York University. To apply, send CV, statement of interest, writing sample (thesis chapter or published article), and names, phone numbers and email addresses of three referees to: email@example.com– subject line: Postdoctoral Research Associate Position.
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