Job Posting Forum
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|Institution/Organization: ||University of Nebraska, Lincoln|
|Job Location: ||Nebraska, U.S.A.|
|Job Type: ||Postdoctoral|
|Contact Person: ||Peter Harms|
|Date Posted: ||December 22nd, 2011|
|Closing Date: ||January 20th, 2012|
|Web Site: ||http://employment.unl.edu/|| || || |
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Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are currently seeking a Ph.D.-level researcher to serve as data analysts on a large-scale, longitudinal research project concerning character development, psychological well-being, and work outcomes. Applicants must have thorough knowledge and experience in applied statistics and quantitative research methodology.
The analyst will work with researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and government personnel. The analyst will be responsible for compiling and organizing data in a way that supports the testing of various hypotheses, analyzing and reporting results based on evaluation questions identified by the team, and translating analytic findings into take-away messages for the project’s key stakeholders. The position may be multi-year depending upon the interests of the candidates and the needs of the research team.
To be considered for this position, applicants should go to http://employment.unl.edu, requisition number 110561 and complete the Faculty/Academic Administrative Form, attaching a cover letter, curriculum vitae and the names and contact information for three references. Additionally, reference letters should be mailed to: Dr. Peter Harms, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Dept. of Management, 209 CBA, 1240 R Street, PO Box 880491, Lincoln, NE 68588-0491. The application review date is 1/20/12 but applications will be considered until the position is filled. For specific questions about the application process, please email email@example.com.
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