Project Manager / Research Coordinator: Law and Neuroscience (full time)

Project Manager / Research Coordinator: Law and Neuroscience
Center for Law, Brain & Behavior (CLBB), Massachusetts General Hospital
full time, post graduation

The Project Manager / Research Coordinator will play a critical role in facilitating the success of CLBB projects by providing substantive and administrative assistance to the Center's Directors in all CLBB-related endeavors. Responsibilities: Primary research responsibilities include scientific literature reviews, original writing in law and neuroscience, and support in developing Center-related materials, such as briefs and scholarly articles. Key administrative functions involve web content management, grant proposal preparation, and conference and event coordination, among a wide and varied range of duties that support the needs of the Center. Requirements: Qualified applicants must have a Bachelor's degree, with coursework or formal training in neuroscience, as well as expert administrative skills. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills are essential. Additional Information: The start date for this position is June 1, 2020, and compensation will be based on experience. CLBB works at the vanguard of applied neuroscience, making neuroscience actionable for the legal community in order to ensure just and positive outcomes for all those affected by the law. The research coordinator will be joining the Center at an exciting time in the Center's strategic growth. The Center has strong core programs in elder justice, criminal sentencing, and juvenile justice, and is pursuing exciting new work at the intersection of trauma, memory, and immigration law. More details about the position and directions for applying can be found on the MGH website posting by clicking below. Inquiries about this position can be directed to To Apply: Apply at job listing at (posted 1/2020)