The Diversity and Well-being Lab under the supervision of Professor Winnie Mak at the Department of Psychology is currently recruiting four Research Assistant(s) / Junior Research Assistant(s).
Applicants should have (i) at least a Bachelor's degree, in Psychology from a recognized university; (ii) interest in conducting research in Internet-
based interventions, immersive virtual reality training for common mental disorders, or stigma and well-being; (iii) a community-
vi) knowledge in research methods and advanced statistics and using SPSS, Mplus, and other software; (vii) enthusiasm, self-
motivation and ability to work independently and under pressure; and (viii) strong commitment to creating social change through high quality research.
Knowledge in using design software (e.g., Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop) will be advantageous.
The appointee(s) will assist in conducting various research projects and be involved in all stages of the research process under the supervision of Professor Winnie Mak.
and (ii) assisting in literature review, program design and development, data collection, participant interviews, liaison with collaborators and organizations, management and analysis of research data, and manuscript / report writing.
and have days-off on weekday instead of Saturdays and Sundays).
Appointment will initially be made on contract basis for one year, renewable subject to funding availability and mutual agreement.
Applicants should submit the following documents in the online application : (1) a statement of interest; (2) a CV; and (3) copies of transcripts and academic certificates.