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Research Manager

Full-time

Remote

Deadline

February 29, 2024

About the organization

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Campaign Zero

Organization type

Social Impact Organization

In A Nutshell

Location

Remote Anywhere in USA

Salary

$95,000

Job Type

Full-time

Experience Level

Mid-level

Deadline to apply

February 29, 2024

Responsible for working with and supporting the programs/policy teams to develop, manage, and refine research and data collection strategies that answer questions at the heart of policy and advocacy campaigns.

Responsibilities

  • Design and supervise the implementation of research strategies to generate, structure, and manage data across 10+ distinct campaigns.
  • Partner with campaign managers to develop optimal research design and data collection strategies for 10+ campaigns that span from policy assessment to quasi-experimental.
  • Synthesize relevant and key research findings to support campaign policy and advocacy objectives through the development and maintenance of dashboards.
  • Identify areas and strategies for automation within campaigns and communicate automation needs to CZ data science and engineering operations.
  • Develop and deploy quality management and control strategies for data extraction, cleaning, and generation.
  • Problem-solve and identify trends, themes, and common areas for improvement across CZ campaigns.
  • Support the creation of instructional materials for staff training related to research methodology, data collection, and organizational technical tools.

Skillset

  • Two to five years of experience managing all stages of quantitative and qualitative research projects, specifically designing robust data generation protocols and methodologies.
  • One to three years of experience tidying, cleaning, reshaping, coding, merging, and/ or preparing administrative data files and researcher-generated data for analysis, preference for experience with applying the Tidy data framework.
  • Experience with data manipulation and statistical modeling using statistical software and programming languages like Airtable, R, SQL, Python, Stata, and Tableau.
  • A Bachelor’s degree in social science or similar analytical field (i.e. Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, etc).

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