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The position of Research Associate (RA) is a renewable term greater than six months' position and will assists with the management of Dr. Mann's lab and field research; which includes four (4) graduate students, up to ten (10) undergraduates, and several volunteers. Responsibilities will include cleaning data for the database, uploading and accessing data, training students on data, lab tasks and various projects, scheduling meets and preparing for those meetings. The RA digitizes, reformats, and consolidates data for undergraduate students', graduate students', and postdoctoral researchers' projects. The RA orders supplies for the lab and assists with other logistics- such as getting research posters printed. The specialist responds to inquiries about our research and assists in interviewing potential student researchers. The Research Associate is also directly involved in scientific endeavors and may pursue independent research; and may be involved in field research in addition to lab activities. Other key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Cleaning, reformatting, digitizing and consolidating data.
Checking data projects of others (that these are done correctly).
Uploading data to database.
Downloading and formatting data for research projects, as needed.
Management of photo identification catalogs.
Management of all research film.
Management of photo requests by various entities (press, magazines, websites).
Website management for monkeymiadolphins.org and pcdolphinproject.org .
Updating website, maintaining social media accounts.
Responding to inquiries.
Lab personnel management.
Interviewing prospective students, training students, filling out time sheets.
Scheduling meetings and checking on undergraduate progress.
Independent research -fieldwork, writing, data analysis.
Bachelor of Science in Biology required.
Must know Excel, Word, WordPress and R Stat package.
Experience with data management, databases, statistical analyses and field research.
Extensive experience with the Shark Bay Dolphin Research Project and databases
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