This role is a grant-funded position and is term-limited based on the availability of funding or the life of the grant.
The Department of Sociology, a unit in the College of Arts and Sciences (The College) at Indiana University, is a large, comprehensive department at the forefront of sociological research and teaching in all of sociology's major subfields. We pride ourselves on the world-class, hands-on intellectual support and guidance we provide our students, not only across the substantive fields that constitute sociology, but also across the discipline's full methodological spectrum. For many decades IU Sociology has been ranked among the top graduate programs in the nation, according to the National Research Council and U.S. News & World Report.
Our faculty is recognized for both research excellence and a commitment to teaching. More specifically, this position will work in the lab of Dr. Anna Mueller. Dr. Mueller is the Luther Dana Waterman Associate Professor of Sociology. Dr. Mueller's research investigates how the social environment shapes youth suicide risk with the goal of identifying better strategies to prevent suicide in schools and communities.
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Leads data management protocol development.
Maintains safety records and ensures safety/compliance procedures and protocols are followed.
Hires, trains, and supervises lab staff and student employees; assures observation of safety policies.
Maintains fiscal accountability of the program and approves all expenditures for the lab.
May develop, prepare, and coordinate grant applications and grant-related activities to obtain funding for research projects and related work.
Prepares and submits data to the National Institute of Mental Health Data Archive.
Coordinates research activities.
Bachelor's degree in a related field.
Bachelor's degree in sociology, psychology, economics, public health, public administration, education, or related health, education, or social sciences field.
Master's degree in a related field.
3 years of related work experience.
3 years of research administrative experience.
Proficient communication skills.
Maintains a high degree of professionalism.
Demonstrated time management and priority setting skills.
Demonstrates a high commitment to quality.
Possesses flexibility to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment.
Seeks to acquire knowledge in area of specialty.
Highly thorough and dependable.
Demonstrates a high level of accuracy, even under pressure.
Familiarity with Indiana University internal software systems for research administration.
Familiarity with NIH's Data Archive.
Working Conditions / Demands
The role regularly requires the ability to effectively communicate. The role frequently requires the ability to move about the work environment and to position oneself to operate laboratory equipment effectively. The role requires the ability to move objects weighing up to 25 pounds and will occasionally work near moving mechanical parts. The person in this role must be able to perform the essential functions with or without an accommodation.
Career Level: Career
Job Function: Research
Job Family: Research Analysis
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