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Occasional Research Assistant Help Opportunity at ICN

We are looking for some Occasional Research Assistant Help for the motor control group (under direction of the motor control laboratory) in collaboration with the Birkbeck-UCL centre for neuroimaging (BUCNI).

You will be asked to offer your help - “as and when” required – starting at 1/10 and ending 31/12. The anticipated amount of work required will be at 80% FTE.

Main duties will include:

• assisting in data collection for experiments on motor learning in the motor control

• assisting data collection at the BUCNI imgaing centre, as required

• helping in data analysis of both imaging and behavioral data

• assisting in the preparation of posters and research papers

• general duties in the day-to-day running of the motor control laboray and the BUCNI imaging centre

For further details, please see job description.

The hourly salary will be based on the UCL salary scale Grade 6B Point 24 currently at £15.04 per hour, before tax.

If you are interested please email your CV plus a cover letter stating why you are applying for the job to Lucy Spikesley (l.spikesly@ucl.ac.uk) not later than Thursday 18th September 2014.

 

Occasional Research Assistant Help Opportunity at ICN


We are looking for some Occasional Research Assistant to work with the Speech Communctaion Lab at the ICN, UCL.


You will be asked to offer your help - “as and when” required for a study recruting and testing children on a speech in noise task (and other associated control tests, e.g. of cognition).


Main duties will include:
a) recruiting participants

  • Contact schools and arrange for us to recruit in their schools
  • speak to parents and explain the study, and take contact details
  • Send information and leaflets via post and email to parents
  • Ensure that schools and parents have the opportunity to discuss the study and ask questions

b) testing participants:

  • Ensuring that participants have seen information sheets, read consent forms and signed the consent forms (after they have had the chance to ask questions and are happy to proceed with the experiments)
  • Assist with the behavioural testing (after training)
  • Assist with the functional imaging studies (after training)
  • General office duties:
  • Providing administrative support as required
  • Handling telephone, postal, email and personal enquiries
  • Assisting with general office duties related to this area of work.
  1. Person Specification

For further details, please see job description.


The hourly salary will be based on the UCL salary scale Grade 6B Point 24 currently at £15.04 per hour, before tax.


If you are interested please email your CV plus a cover letter stating why you are applying for the job to Lucy Spikesley (l.spikesly@ucl.ac.uk) not later than 22nd September

 

Occasional Research Assistant Help Opportunity at ICN


We are looking for some Occasional Research Assistant Help within the ICN Visual Communication Group (led by Dr Mairéad MacSweeney).


You will be asked to offer your help - “as and when” required – between 22nd September 2014 – 20th July 2015.


Main duties will include:

  • assisting with collecting data from children for the Speechreading Training and Reading (STaR) project;
  • helping with recruitment of participants for the STaR project
  • data coding and data analysis
  • general duties linked to the running of the Visual Communication Group

For further details, please see job description.


The hourly salary will be based on the UCL salary scale Grade 6B Point 24 currently at £15.04 per hour, before tax.


If you are interested please email your CV plus a cover letter stating why you are applying for the job to Lucy Spikesley (l.spikesly@ucl.ac.uk) not later than 19th September 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 


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