Seeking qualified applicant to work as a part-time/temporary Data Analyst for Dr. Cybele Raver at the Neuroscience and Education Lab (NEL) this summer. The Data Analyst primarily work to organize and prepare datasets for public use for the Chicago School Readiness Project (CSRP), a federally funded research project that explores low-income adolescents' development.
Responsibilities include organizing longitudinal data, preparing dataset for public use, deidentifying data, and developing codebooks for public use data. The Data Analyst will work under the direction of Dr. Raver, and will collaborate with CSRP staff. The Data Analyst will also submit weekly updates, drafts of codebooks, and final reports at multiple time points across the period of their appointment.
Candidates must currently be seeking a doctoral degree in data science, statistics, quantitative psychology, education science, public health, or a related social science field. Former research experience on comparable projects, with clear evidence of strong quantitative data analytic skills, and knowledge of statistical software, including STATA and SPSS, is required. Candidates should be comfortable working independently in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment and communicating with a wide range of individuals at all levels of the research team and the University.
Please submit a cover letter and CV through Interfolio. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
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