Data And Research Coordinator

The University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill , NC 27516

Posted 11 months ago

The Institute for Social Capital, Inc. (ISC) Data and Research Coordinator assists the ISC Associate Director with the day-to-day management of ISC, specifically coordinating data deposits with data depositors and coordinating the research projects that utilize the ISC Community Database. This position requires a significant amount of community relationship development, quantitative research expertise, project management skills, and a broad knowledge of research topics.

Masters degree in a social science field related to the ISC community database including education, housing, health, and/or social services. A minimum of two years of experience in social science research Project management experience Experience in coordinating and managing social science research projects, data collection and management, statistical analysis, and reporting Strong organizational as well as oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills Experience with large databases at the national, state and local levels Experience in facilitating meetings with community members, government officials and other stakeholders Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision Proficiency in SAS, SPSS, R, or STATA, and GIS Experience in survey development and implementation Familiarity with database and case management software such as SQL Knowledge of federal laws pertaining to usage of individual data including HIPAA and FERPA



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