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AnthroJobs: Jobs of the week – February 3, 2017

Do you need some good news?

ICR – The Institute for Community Research is hiring!

The Institute for Community Research (ICR) has an opening to begin in March 2017 for a full-time Research Data Manager/Analyst. The Research Data Manager/Analyst will work with multidisciplinary research teams on multiple NIH funded research studies to create, manage, and prepare datasets for analysis and assist with conducting preliminary and descriptive analyses.

Qualifications:
• MA/MS/MPH in epidemiology, public health, bio-statistics, sociology, anthropology, geography, psychology, education, or other quantitative social or behavioral science.
• Minimum of 3 years of solid experience in managing or analyzing data with SPSS required; experience with SAS or Stata also acceptable. Additional experience with Access, Excel, Qualtrics, QDS, UCINET, Netdraw, ArcGIS, and/or other analytical software preferred.
• Bachelor’s degree with equivalent skills and an additional 7 years of experience in data management/analysis will also be considered.
Closing Date: February 24, 2017, or until filled. To read more about the position and how to apply, click here.

 

If you are interested in a short-term, summer opportunity, American Councils is currently seeking qualified Resident Directors to work in China or Taiwan on a variety of summer Chinese language programs ranging from six to eight weeks in length. A limited number of vacancies may also be open for programs three to four weeks in length. Individual programs are designed for high school students in China or undergraduate and graduate students in China or Taiwan. All programs are focused on the acquisition of Chinese language and culture in an immersion setting. Programs are held in a variety of locations. The Resident Director will work with the host institution, manage communications between American Councils, program participants and local staff, arrange logistics for the group, and advise participants as required and resolve medical and other issues as necessary.  Resident Directors must be available to program participants on a daily basis; observe classes at the host institution; meet regularly with teachers, administrators, and participants; and arrange group travel and cultural programs and other events and activities focused on the immersion experience. Resident Directors must be available to participants during any emergencies that arise and must communicate regularly with the American Councils program staff in Washington, DC. Resident Directors oversee a small program budget, and are responsible for proper documentation of program expenditures and timely completion of a budget report at the end of each month and end of the program. Other reporting requirements may apply. For more details about the position and how to apply, click here.

Good luck, fellow job seekers, and until next week!

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