[ES_JOBS_NET] Faculty Research Assistant Opening- Data Analyst
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,
*POSITION OPENING: FACULTY RESEARCH ASSISTANT =E2=80=93 DATA ANALYST*
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.
Faculty Research Assistant
Ecosystem Workforce Program/Institute for a Sustainable Environment
University of Oregon
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