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Data & Society Research Institute is seeking a dynamic and energetic Research Analyst, Health + Tech, to provide support to the Research Lead in the day-to-day management of the overall initiative (on a six-month assignment).
About the Research Analyst, Health + Tech
The Research Analyst, Health + Tech is primarily responsible for supporting the Research Lead in day-to-day management of the promotion and review of submissions associated with a public request for proposals. In addition, they will serve as a lead contributor to Data & Society communications and written outputs, such as brief research papers, blog posts, event promotional materials, and other public-facing writing. Depending on skill level and interest, there may be additional opportunities for doing primary research work.
The role of Research Analyst, Health + Tech is a full-time, non-exempt position and reports directly to the Research Lead, Health + Tech. This is a 6-month term position, with the possibility of extension. This position is ideal for an early career researcher and writer who can devote 40 hours per week to the job.
The ideal candidate comes to Data & Society with an entrepreneurial outlook and has experience with growing organizations, ideally academic or research based. They are excited to work both independently and collaboratively, and contribute to the growth of Data & Society. They are intellectually flexible, with a strong ability to move from task to task and to pivot quickly.
Salary: $60K – $65K (based on a 12-month base salary)
Start date: ASAP
To apply, please submit the following to [email protected]. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis:
About Data & Society
Data & Society focuses on the social and cultural issues arising from data centric technological development. We seek to inform and develop frames for discussion of these complex issues both through our own research and through supporting the expansion of a nascent field of actors concerned about these topics. We want to be a resource, a catalyst, and a convener as new sectors recognize the complexity of the issues and the need for tradeoffs when they increase their reliance on data as a tool for management and decision-making.
We see the field as comprised of researchers, journalists, policymakers, technologists, industry leaders and workers, funders, advocates, and civil society actors. We are committed to helping this field engage substantively, and with an evidence base, in debates over implications arising from the increasing reliance on data at scale to automated decision-making across a range of sectors.
The work and well-being of Data & Society is strengthened by the diversity of our network and our differences in background, culture, experience, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, and much more. We welcome applications from people of color, women, the LGBTQIA community, and persons with disabilities.