TO APPLY: Visit http://SupportiveRelationships.org/jobs/statistician/
THE SHORT VERSION
The Center for Supportive Relationships (http://SupportiveRelationships.org) teachers people how to have better relationships with one another. We work primarily with public school districts and medical school.
We are looking for a part-time statistician (5-10 hours a week) who will head the statistical analysis of our data. Compensation is $30/hour.
THE LONG VERSION
At the Center for Supportive Relationships, we believe strongly that better relationships result in better lives, and that better relationships are a function of better relational skills. So we teach relational skills to people, both through the world of education (e.g., teachers, students, student families) and through the world of medicine (e.g., medical students, medical faculty, nurses seeking continuing education). To learn more about us, visit http://SupportiveRelationships.org
We believe strongly that data can make us smarter, so we measure everything we can. We love experimenting. We collect and analyze data to learn how to do our work better (e.g., what to focus on when we train teachers, what are the most effective training methods for different types of learners). If we find something that we think would be interesting to others, we write about it in professional outlets, present it at conferences, and publish it in peer-reviewed journals.
We are looking for a part-time team member (5-10 hours per week) who can help us do all this better. Someone who would help us collect better data, make sense of the data we collect, and share our results with the world. We are looking for a statistician extraordinaire.
Could that be you?
• Data analysis (including nested longitudinal models)
• Contributing to publications
• Graduate degree in statistics, psychology, or related field
• First author on a published, peer-reviewed empirical paper
• Excellent inferential statistics skills
- Experience with nested longitudinal data
- People regularly come to you for advice or help with data analysis
• Truly fantastic writing skills (you're regularly told "you write so well!")
5-10 weekly hours, more hours are a possibility.
Visit http://SupportiveRelationships.org/jobs/statistician/ .