1) Prepare sections of project deliverables, including summaries of research activities and communications with partner agencies.
2) Assist in writing grant proposals and preparing presentations targeting both policymakers and academic audiences.
3) Write human subjects permission protocols and amendments for IRB permission, and obtains other research permits as needed.
4) Assist with data collection, management, and analysis including cleaning and assembling the files for data analysis; conducts field research as needed.Â
1) Strong and demonstrated interest in social policy.
2) Knowledge and understanding of criminal justice and/or education policy literature.
3) Demonstrated leadership skills.
4) Evidence of effective communication skillsâ”including interpersonal, oral, and written skills.
5) Racial equity and inclusion (REI) competency.
6) Manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet tight deadlines.
7) Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
8) Excellent data visualization.
9) Demonstrated ability to work independently and to collaborate with othersâ”both on internal teams and with external partner.
10) Work discretely with sensitive and confidential data.
11) Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills.
1) Some relevant research experience; including experience gained in school.
2) Cover Letter
3) Three (3) Professional References Contact Information
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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