This position will provide program management and project coordination, data collection and analysis, and other related activities for research projects, including projects for Providence Talks evaluation, charter school evaluation, and analysis on urban education improvement.
General duties will include project design and management, collecting, analyzing, and managing data, ensuring project deadlines and budgets are met, writing reports of findings, working with Institutional Review Board (IRB) on human subjects at Brown, establishing data sharing agreements with state agencies, school districts and other nonprofit organizations, and managing a team of research assistants (both undergraduate and graduate) to work on projects.
Position is dependent upon continued availability of research funds.
Masterâ™s degree in education policy, public policy, program evaluation, or other social science fields.
Excellent statistical skills.
Excellent writing, analytical, and communication skills.
Some experience in working with stakeholders in public and non-profit sectors.
2-4 years of experience in policy research and project management.
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Research Project Coordinator
Department of Education
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