Jobs & Internships

Brookman-Frazee Lab Internship Opportunity

  • Are you interested in child clinical psychology?
  • Would you like to gain research experience in preparation for graduate school?
  • Are you interested in learning more about mental health interventions for children?
  • Do you want to learn more about autism spectrum disorder and other mental health disorders?

Dr. Lauren Brookman-Frazee and colleagues at the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC) are offering an opportunity to become involved in research on two NIMH-funded studies: 1) examining the long-term use of evidence-based interventions for children receiving mental health care (“4KEEPS” Study) and 2) testing the implementation of two evidence-based interventions for children with autism spectrum disorder into community settings (“TEAMS” Study).


  • Full Spanish comprehension
  • Commitment: 12 hours/week for at least 2 consecutive quarters (beginning in Fall 2018)
  • Preference will be given to those can commit for 3 consecutive quarters.
  • Reliable transportation to CASRC located at Rady Children’s Health Services in Kearny Mesa


  • Junior or Senior status
  • Minimum GPA: 3.5

Please contact Catherine Kennedy for more information and an application. Applications are due by Sunday, August 12th at 11:59pm.

Catherine Kennedy (858) 966-7703 ext. 3879

Posted: 7/19/18

Vektrex Administrative Assistant

Vektrex is a San Diego electronics manufacturer of LED testing products. Our products are used by LED chip designers and lighting manufacturers in Malaysia, Germany, Switzerland, Taiwan, South Korea, China, and in the USA. We are looking for an administrative assistant with a communications/business focus to work with our international sales team. A background in human-computer interaction is a plus. This is a full-time paid position with benefits.


The right person will exhibit:

  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a professional demeanor
  • Ability to follow instructions and work with minimal supervision
  • Excellent organizational skills and a strong attention to detail


Send us your resume today at or by filling out the application online:


Should you have any questions, please contact:

10225 Barnes Canyon Rd
Suite A213
San Diego, CA 92121

(858) 558-8282

 Posted: 7/10/18

University of Richmond Lab Manager

Looking for a lab manager/research specialist for EEG/ERP/Behavioral research lab starting July 16.

The Cognitive Neuroscience laboratory of Dr. Cindy Bukach is seeking a highly organized and energetic person to serve as full-time research specialist. The lab conducts research on object and face recognition in cognitively intact and impaired individuals, using electrophysiology (EEG and ERP) and behavioral methods. The duties of the research specialist include: Conducts Cognitive Neuroscience research on human subjects using both behavioral and ERP methods, including programming, recruiting, testing and statistical analysis. Under limited supervision, coordinates and supervises student research activities, ensuring adherence to safety and ethical regulations related to research with human subjects. Performs administrative duties such as database management, scheduling, hardware/software maintenance, website maintenance, equipment maintenance and general faculty support. 

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, computer science or related field
2 years experience in a research lab (preferably in cognitive or cognitive neuroscience laboratory using Event-related potential method)

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS (any of the following highly desired):
Prior research experience with Event-related potential method and data analysis
Advanced computer skills (Matlab, Python, Java, etc.)

For more information, please contact Cindy Bukach at


Posted: 6/27/18


Fall 2018 CSE Tutor Applications

If you wish to apply for a CSE Tutor position for Fall quarter, you will be able to do so through our online Tutor application listed at the bottom. Below, you will find information about eligibility and requirements to help you decide whether you wish to apply to Tutor and how to do so effectively.  

Process and timeline: Students apply to Tutor (July 2nd is the priority deadline), instructors mark their preferences for Tutors (begins July 2nd, the department assigns Tutors to classes and sends out the official offer (e.g., appointment letter) August until all jobs are filled, and students accept or decline the offer (by the date given in the appointment letter or earlier).  

Fall 2018 Tutor application priority deadline is the end of the day on Monday, July 2.

  • Please do NOT apply for a Tutor position unless you will be available to fulfill Tutor duties for Fall September 24th-December 18th (official start of the quarter through day grades are due). 
  • Advisors or course instructors often encourage students to apply to Tutor for a specific course, but this is not a job offer.  ONLY the department makes the official job offer through ASES. 
  • While the department is the only entity that can make the official job offer, we rely heavily on the input of faculty since they are the experts on their subject. We are not qualified to decide who has the right knowledge and skill set to Tutor any specific course.
  • You should not start preparing to Tutor for a course until you have received an official appointment letter from the department and accepted the position. 
  • The Tutor application is for submitting requests only.  We will make every effort to accommodate them, but there is no guarantee that you will be given a Tutor position or that you will be assigned to Tutor one of your preferred courses.
  • We do NOT know that enrollments will be high enough to warrant a Tutor in all of the classes listed on the application. In other words, just because a course is listed as an option does not mean that a Tutor will be assigned to it.
  • Students may not be a Tutor for courses in which they are enrolled.
  • Tutors must complete CSE 95 either prior to or concurrently with their first Tutor position. 
  • Tutors may be asked to attend lectures, lead discussion or lab sections, and proctor midterm and final exams. You should be available to do so for any classes you mark as Tutor preferences.
  • The 2017-18 hourly rate was $17.97/hr. The  2018-19 hourly rate for an undergraduate Tutor is TBD. 

To qualify, you must:

  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Have completed at least two quarters at UCSD by the start of Fall 2018
  • Earned a minimum grade of B or higher in course (or its equivalent), although usually those selected have a higher grade
  • All tutors must be registered students at UCSD for the quarter of employment.
  • Completion or concurrent enrollment of CSE 95; enrollment will open after appointment notification.

The following faculty expressly request that applicants do not contact them directly regarding Tutor positions.  These faculty will use ASES to evaluate candidates.  Any and all information that will help your application should be listed there.

  • Professor Kamalika Chaudhuri
  • Professor Leo Porter
  • Professor Marina Langlois
  • Professor Laurel Riek
  • Professor Miles Jones
  • Professor Daniel Kane
  • Professor Hau Nguyen
  • Professor Janine Tiefenbruck

CSE Department Application Links

To apply for a CSE Tutor position, please visit:

To apply for a DSC Tutor position, please visit:

Posted: 5/15/18