MIT's Behavioral Research Lab is hiring a new lab manager!
Based at MIT's Sloan School of Management, the Behavioral Research Lab (BRL) supports laboratory and experimental social science research across a broad range of fields, such as social psychology, sociology, organizational behavior, marketing, and behavioral economics. The job of the lab manager includes maintaining a lab facility, recruiting research participants, and supporting behavioral researchers. This position is ideal for someone with experience in experimental social science who is excited to work closely with behavioral researchers and provide administrative support to help studies run smoothly and efficiently. The lab manager primarily engages with the research community at the Sloan School of Management but also supports researchers from other schools/groups on campus (such as the MIT Media Lab, CSAIL, and Lincoln Lab), making this a wonderful opportunity to learn about the diversity of behavioral research at MIT. Please click on the job posting link below to see the full job description and feel free to forward this announcement to anyone who may be interested in joining our community. For any questions regarding the lab or the position, please contact Rose Carpenter (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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