[ES_JOBS_NET] Faculty Research Assistant Opening- Data Analyst

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Fri May 30 12:55:04 MDT 2014

Subject: Faculty Research Assistant Opening- Data Analyst

*Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment,
of Oregon*


The Ecosystem Workforce Program in the Institute for a Sustainable
Environment at the University of Oregon is looking to fill a
grant-contingent, non-tenure track faculty research assistant, who can
serve as a quantitative data analyst and cartographer on a variety of
natural resource social science and economics projects. For more
information about the EWP, please see http://ewp.uoregon.edu.

This position will support the work of other research faculty by providing
data management, data analysis, map-making, graphic illustrations, as
necessary, and written data summaries. Essential skills include programing
in R or use of other statistical software packages such as SAS or SPSS,
ability to use Excel for data analysis and development of decision-support
tools, and experience with Access. In addition, successful applicants will
have skills in spatial analysis and the use of ArcGIS for map-making, with
preference given to applicants with experience in finishing maps in Adobe
Illustrator. This position requires the ability to work on multiple
projects simultaneously in a fast-paced, team environment, and the ability
to meet deadlines. We prefer someone with a master=E2=80=99s degree in a fi=
related to natural resource management. We prefer someone who can start Aug=
1, 2014 or sooner; but this is somewhat negotiable.

*To apply, please submit *your application to the Institute for a
Sustainable Environment =E2=80=9Cresearch assistant/associate open pool=E2=
=80=9D (posting #
130608), by emailing the following items to Dorothy Bollman
dbollman at uoregon.edu.  Please include all of the items in a single PDF file
in the order listed below. Indicate, =E2=80=9Cresearch assistant =E2=80=93 =
data analyst=E2=80=9D in
the subject line of the email.

* Application cover page: (

* Letter of interest that describes your interest in and qualifications to
work with the Ecosystem Workforce Program

* Curriculum vita/resume

* The names, affiliations, phone numbers, and email addresses of three

* Writing sample and two examples of maps you have made.
If you have questions about the position, contact Cassandra Moseley, EWP
Director, at cmoseley at uoregon.edu.

*Autumn Ellison*
Faculty Research Assistant
Ecosystem Workforce Program/Institute for a Sustainable Environment
University of Oregon
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