Research Assistant wanted for Black Suburban Governance Project. RA will assist principal investigators, R. L'Heureux-McCoy (Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities) and Kimberley Johnson (Social and Cultural Analysis) in the development of large grant application.
RA duties include data collection and management using government as well as proprietary data. Additional duties include assisting PIs with development of a survey instrument and interview protocol.
Experience with qualitative data design, collection and analysis
Familiarity with Census data
Experience with survey data design, collection and analysis
Familiarity with suburban and urban politics
Excellent writing skills
Highly organized and efficient
Complete Interfolio application along with resume and cover letter.
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