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Qualitative Data Manager
Inspire to Change Reports to: Vice-President Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota OR Chicago, Illinois FLSA Status: Part-time, Non-Exempt Hours/Pay Range: Up to 10 hours/week @ $25/hr
Inspire to Change is looking for talented individuals who possess excellent data management and analytical skills who are interested in working for Inspire to Change: a growing consulting firm committed to the principles of Be & Become; Learn & Unlearn; Remember & Create; Disrupt & Liberate.
The Qualitative Data Manager and Analyst is responsible for contributing to the achievement of Inspire to Change’s goals through the design, development, and implementation of program evaluation. While the data will be mostly qualitative, this position will also use quantitative, arts-based, and other data modalities.
**This hybrid position requires 1 day in our Minneapolis OR Chicago office per week.**
Requirements: Manage qualitative, arts-based, and quantitative data quality, organization, and storage Code and analyze data using MaxQDA Clean and organize transcripts from Zoom and Otter.ai Develop qualitative, quantitative, and arts-based tools and instruments in Alchemer Write summary reports of results in Google Docs, Google Slides, and Canvas as applicable Keep the project teams informed on all relevant aspects of the study to complete the work within the expected timeframe and with the scientific rigor required Assist in the preparation of publications for placement in journals, presentations, and other publications Contribute to thought leadership within the organization on these topics Communicate and interact effectively, with all key stakeholders (internally and externally) via conference calls and/or in-person meetings Observe and/or moderate interviews as needed Qualifications: Basic working knowledge of the design and implementation of qualitative interviews, qualitative data analysis, surveys, and statistical analysis of responses Experience with coding using qualitative
Mirror Group LLC Administrative Assistant (Eastern Time Zone Required, DC/MD/VA Preferred)
We are searching for a high-performing, dynamic Administrative Assistant that will use their drive and energy to support Mirror Group’s day-to-day operations, ensure seamless team support, loves lists, lives to organize and enjoys juggling projects and tasks. The ideal candidate will also have creative ideas about how to craft and implement internal and external communication strategies. This position requires reliability, organization, the ability to be responsive to Mirror Group clients and staff, and a desire to learn and grow as we continue to evolve. This is a remote, full time position that will report directly to the Operations Manager. If you are a self-starter who is eager to contribute to the organizational effectiveness of a growing consulting firm, we would love to receive your application materials. Click here for the full position description and details about how to apply: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-705YrPvvaY0yGmn9-idhqlvUWF960AK/view
Justice Equity Diversity and Inclusion Project Assistant
data2insight Data2Insight is looking for a culturally responsive Project Assistant to work with it's Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) team. Data2insight LLC is a team of people who partner with others to make meaning of data to advance racial, environmental, gender, and social justice.
If you have foundational diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) knowledge, excellent project assistant skills, and an interest in growing as a DEI measurement, evaluation, and assessment professional, this is the position for you.
Team data2insight is made up of six highly engaged and diverse core team members working across the country and around the world. You won't find a more supportive team anywhere in the world. We connect weekly, both professionally and personally, which fosters our multicultural work environment.
Please see the full job description in the link. I am happy to discuss this opportunity with you. Email or call Veronica!
A successful JEDI PA will possess: ● A foundational level of knowledge of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion principles and practices ● Demonstrated being culturally responsive in work settings ● The ability to protect data per data security standards and maintain confidentiality ● Knowledge and skills in survey and interview data collection, processing, analysis, and interpretation a plus ● Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills ● Some experience with administrative services including scheduling, project coordination,and/or office and document management experience ● Superior organizational and time management skills ● An ability to be a responsive team member while also able to work independently without supervision under deadline pressure ● A desire to pursue a JEDI consulting career
Director of Data & Impact
Mat-Su Health Foundation Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) seeks a forward-thinking, data-driven leader to serve as its new Director of Data and Impact. The Director of Data and Impact will advance the use of data and analytics at MSHF to better understand and address the community’s needs, evaluate the impact of the foundation’s investments and initiatives, and to tell the story of both the community’s health and the foundation’s work. This pivotal position will bring an equity lens and ensure an authentic community voice is included in research and evaluation efforts. The ideal candidate will have experience working with diverse communities addressing health and social issues with a commitment to an epidemiological approach and prevention-focused solutions.
The salary range is $90,000 to $115,000 annually, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Mat-Su Health Foundation offers a comprehensive benefits package and is an at-will employer.
Mat-Su Health Foundation is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age or veteran status. MSHF is especially interested in candidates whose background and experience have prepared them to grow to our commitment to engagement and inclusion with culturally diverse audiences.
Northwestern University, The EDIT Program Program Description: The Evaluation, Data Integration, and Technical Assistance Program (EDIT), housed in the Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing (ISGMH), is directed by Dr. Gregory Phillips II and attempts to foster a learning community to improve the health and wellbeing of sexual and gender minority (SGM) populations in Chicago and beyond.
Project Description: EDIT oversees several initiatives funded by the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH). This project partners with CDPH to support CDPH-funded mental health service agencies on the following, through technical assistance: building trauma-informed service and capacity, improving integration of primary care into mental health services, and expanding access to high-quality mental health care.
Job Activities: This job supports project leads on technical assistance efforts, evaluation, and data management. Primary activities include: supporting and participating in team planning sessions; assisting with the development and implementation of multisite assessments; maintaining accurate, timely, and detailed records of project milestones, scheduling team meetings and videoconferences; assisting with the coding and analysis of qualitative and quantitative data; assisting with the preparation of reports and dissemination products; carrying out administrative duties for the project; and other project-related responsibilities.
For more details and to apply navigate to careers.northwestern.edu, search for job ID 41365, and click Apply for Job.
Evaluation Associate/Senior Evaluation Associate
Creative Research Solutions Several remote positions are available: https://creativeresearchsolutions.bamboohr.com/jobs/
Associate - Research & Evaluation
The Stellar Group The Stellar Group seeks a new team member to perform a variety of technical, analytical, and administrative duties for internal and external projects with nonprofit, government, and Tribal clients. A successful team member will thrive working across cultures in a dynamic team environment where learning is constant and different ideas and perspectives are encouraged.
This job requires adaptability, attention to detail, rigorous analytical thinking skills, and superb interpersonal and cross-cultural communication skills. Much of our work is in service to traditionally underserved people and communities. A strong connection to or understanding of the people and communities our work serves is valued. A background in public health or social services is very helpful, but curiosity and a desire to learn and grow are essential.
Learn more at www.stellargp.com
EdD Program Director & Promotion-track Faculty Member
Johns Hopkins University School of Education The Program Director is a promotion-track (associate or full) faculty member selected on the basis of outstanding leadership, professional accomplishments and professional recognition who serves as the leader of the Doctorate of Education (EdD) program and a faculty member within the Department of Advanced Studies in Education (ASE), within the Johns Hopkins School of Education (SOE). The role of the program director of the EdD program is (a) to lead and coordinate the academic administration of the EdD program in conjunction with the Senior Academic Program Administrator; (b) supervise, in consultation with the department chair, EdD faculty; (c) work with faculty from other departments and divisions within the university to develop and deliver a multi-disciplinary approach to applied research in educational settings; and (d) to fulfill expected faculty duties in the areas of scholarship, teaching, and service.