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Research Analyst
The Student Success Through Applied Research (SSTAR) Lab, a research-practice partnership within the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Division of Enrollment Management (DEM), provides technical assistance and evaluation services to support various student success initiatives. The Research Analyst will be the lead researcher studying an innovative teacher workforce program developed by UW-Madison's School of Education. The person in this position will coordinate, implement, and lead research activities in a team-based and multi-method research environment. The position requires prior experience leading research studies, including group facilitation and project management skills. It also requires expertise in teacher education and/or student financial aid with special emphasis on survey development, qualitative research methods, and policy analysis. The Research Analyst will work closely with the lab's director (Dr. Nicholas Hillman), School of Education leadership teams, financial aid and admissions professionals, and lab staff members in a collaborative and dynamic environment.

Link to position: https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/504985/research-analyst
Position: Research Analyst
Organization: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Location: Madison,  WI 
United States
Salary: $80,000
Posting Start Date: 6/10/2020
Date Posted: 6/10/2020
Requirements -Foundational understanding of qualitative methods and survey research is required.
-Experience working on or training in mixed-methods studies are highly desirable.
-Ability to work across multiple team setting including university administrators, external partners, graduate students, and faculty.
-Experience conducting rigorous, high quality, and meaningful research.
-Experience publishing, reviewing, and presenting academic research.
-Ability to communicate research findings to broad audiences.
-Interest in linking research to policy and practice.
-Excellent planning and organizational skills with a high degree of attention to detail.
-Ability to think strategically and manage multiple project workflows.
-Working knowledge of teacher education, teacher workforce, and/or student financial aid policies and practices.
-Affinity and familiarity with multiple research methods and software programs.
Status: This listing expires on: 8/9/2020
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Organization Information
University of Wisconsin-Madison
333 E. Campus Mall

Madison,  WI 
United States
(812) 345-1435
Nick Hillman

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