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Cherokee CRC (CCRC) is an environmental, construction and professional services company that provides clients with custom tailored services that fit their specific needs. Federal government customers benefit from the personal approach that gives them the attention they deserve and the quality they expect. With decades of experience in the service industry, CCRC extends its services to all facilities seeking reliable, quality services from a single source provider. CCRC is part of the Cherokee Nation Businesses family of companies.?

SUMMARY
Tasks required by this position include the ability to perform human factors research activities in accordance with CAMI, AAM-500 requirements. Requires the ability to work independently, prioritize multiple projects, and accomplish assignments with minimal supervision. This position involves planning, preparation, and conduct of human factors research projects to quantify and assess human performance data in a variety of laboratory or field conditions or collected from existing data. Tasks require the ability to develop annotated bibliographies and communicates finding to the Principal Investigator (PI), collaborate with research task lead to modify and support the development of specialized measurement instruments, experimental protocols, computer databases, and analytic programs required for various research projects. Incumbent must possess knowledge of statistical procedures to interpret outcomes from the various experimental tasks, database analyses, simulations, testing sessions, and data collection protocol. Experience in Human Factors research and/or knowledge of aviation research is desirable. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Complete all aspects of literature reviews: define appropriate search strategies, compile pertinent information and findings, and provide guidance for developing relevant research strategies.
Organize multiple research tasks
Develop research protocols and develop IRB documentation
Perform descriptive and multivariate statistical analyses of data, using SPSS software.
Prepare surveys, collect data, manipulate, and manage extensive databases
Write and contribute to project-related reports, manuscripts, and presentations in APA style
Conduct experimental protocol for collecting data from human participants
Maintain research database, verify accuracy, and validity of data

SUPERVISORY/MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY
No Supervisory Responsibilities

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Bachelors in Engineering Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Social Psychology, Applied Psychology, Applied Social Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, or related program where research in social science is evident plus 4 years related research experience; or Masters in Engineering Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Social Psychology, Applied Psychology, Applied Social Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, or related program where research in social science is evident plus 2 years related research experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Strong computer software (Microsoft Office) skills required. Knowledge of Statistics for the Social Sciences (SPSS) or SAS required.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
This position is primarily performed in a climate controlled office setting.

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