Are you inspired to help fellow researchers and students learn about and work with research methods and tools? If so, we're interested in hiring you.

The D-Lab supports quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods research at each stage of the process—from research design to data analysis. The D-Lab culture embraces diversity and open exchange.

We are seeking new team members to begin working with us this Fall in a variety of roles.

1. Communications. Broad portfolio with specializations including graphic design, communications writing and editing, photography, website (Drupal), social media, and documentation. Supports our workshop production, development, communications and outreach efforts. Coordinates the working groups program. 10 hours/week.

2. Consultants. We're looking for one-on-one support for a wide range of methods, tools, and data. We are eager to expand the areas of support we offer, and encourage you to join our roster of active consultants. 2-4 hours/week.

3. Workshop instructors. In a domain or topic area (e.g. Python, R, Stata, Text Analysis, Qualitative Methods), instruct core workshops from an pre-existing developed curriculum and materials, attend and provide constructive feedback to other instructors about their workshops, recruit presenters and/or instruct on selected topics not already part of the core curriculum. D-Lab is on the lookout for grad students who can share their hard-won skills with other researchers. The D-Lab is committed to providing a variety of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods workshops. Please tell us what you'd like to see or what you could teach! May also reach out to departments and consult. Variable: 2-15 hours/week.

We'll interview you, support you, and embed you in an energizing environment. Contact any of our staff to hear more about the D-Lab.

To submit your application email /resume and cover letter in ONE pdf to Deadline: May 27, 2016.


Susan Grand

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