Research Support Coordinator | Effectiveness Research | University of Miami

Drs. Amanda-Jensen-Doss and Jill Ehrenreich-May, faculty members in the University of Miami’s Department of Psychology, are seeking a new post-baccalaureate research assistant to support an NIMH-funded research study examining the effectiveness of two evidence-based interventions for adolescent anxiety and depression in community mental health clinics. The position would begin June or July 2018, and would require a one-year commitment. Responsibilities will primarily center on recruiting adolescents with anxiety and depression for the trial, screening them for study eligibility, managing undergraduate research assistants, overseeing of IRB submissions and updates, and project coordination tasks. Other responsibilities may include administering assessments, and assisting with publication preparation. Opportunities abound for a talented student with interest in a research career to enhance their training through additional presentation and publication experiences in our labs. The ideal candidate has excellent interpersonal skills, a high degree of motivation and well-developed organizational abilities. Candidates who are fluent Spanish speakers are strongly preferred. Interested applicants should contact Drs. Ehrenreich-May ( and Amanda Jensen-Doss ( regarding the position. Please send a cover letter, CV, and the names and e-mails of at least two references.
The University of Miami is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from women and minority candidates.