Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Survey Research (CSR), University of Massachusetts Boston. CSR is a full-service, academic survey research organization. We currently have an opening for a social science Ph.D. to join our group of senior research staff members and work as a collaborative, interdisciplinary team member. We conduct a wide variety of survey research projects, both as principal investigators and as sub-contractors to other researchers. Projects cover a wide range of timely subject areas such as patient experiences with health care, changes in health insurance, youth risk behaviors, tobacco control, and adolescent stress. We emphasize methodological research and integrating new knowledge into our survey efforts. Special consideration will be given to those applicants with particular interest in methodological aspects of survey research (e.g. sampling, question design and evaluation, web-based surveys, computer-assisted data collection), and/or new analytic techniques (e.g. multi-level statistical analysis, analysis of longitudinal data, nonresponse bias). Applicant must have demonstrated analytic skills and an ability to develop funding for her/his own research interests. Direct experience with large-scale probability sample survey projects is essential. In collaboration with the Department of Sociology, CSR recently launched a Masters’ Level Certificate Program in Survey Methodology, so an interest and experience in teaching survey research methods is desirable. Competitive calendar-year salary commensurate with experience. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Send vita to: Director, Center for Survey Research, University of Massachusetts Boston, 100 Morrissey Blvd. Boston, MA 02125.
CENTER FOR SURVEY RESEARCH
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON
The Center for Survey Research, UMass Boston, has openings for a statewide Self-Administered Student Health Survey to be conducted in middle schools and high schools during regular classroom time. Training and data collection in schools from early January to late May 2015. Must be available a minimum of two days a week. Use of a reliable car required. Some college preferred. Retired School Teachers are encouraged to apply.
Entry level $12.00-$14.00 per hour, which includes travel time and time in the school; commensurate with experience. Paid training in early January. Mileage reimbursed at the federal government approved mileage rate. Accepting resumes now through October 18, 2014. AA/EOE. Email resume to Dorothy.Cerankowski@umb.edu.