The Clinical Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator will lead efforts on recruiting participants for a research project examining how prenatal exposure to maternal mood may be related to impaired newborn behavioral outcomes (see BABY study at canlab.psych.utah.edu). The clinical recruitment and outreach coordinator will work closely with project staff and participants and thus must have excellent interpersonal skills.
Social & Behavioral Science
Volunteer; This is a paid research position; This is a work-study research position
1. Willingness and availability to work a flexible schedule including weekends to accommodate data collection. 2. Recruitment of pregnant women in the community.
1. Excellent preparation for graduate school, nursing, or medical school 2. Paid position 3. Experience working with a dynamic, energetic team of researchers and students
Project duration: At least 1 year commitment 2. 20 hours/week
1. 10-20 hour/week commitment 2. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills 3. Access to transportation (will be reimbursed for miles driven)