The research analyst conducts qualitative and/or quantitative research, performing a variety of tasks following the research plan such as developing questionnaires, sample frames, collecting data, analyzing data and writing research reports. The analyst conducts survey research and analysis on various projects supporting nonprofit and government initiatives.
- Utilize the appropriate methods and techniques to compile information needs, formulates research plans, and develops survey instruments and analysis tools for qualitative and quantitative studies, including questionnaires, sampling plans, line of inquiry, moderator guides, recruitment protocols, and analysis plans
- Performs analyses for survey research, focus groups, interviews and other studies based on the project plan.
- Supports project execution by coordinating activities through study planning, data collection, analysis and reporting as through guidance from the project manager.
- Prepares data sets for analysis using available software tools and previously identified data standards; computes calculations and prepares data to create actual and derived variables.
- Conducts secondary data searches, review and analysis in accordance with the research plan and direction of the project manager, Uses the statistical reporting and qualitative data summaries to analyze and synthesize data into key facts and detailed findings.
- Writes reports, prepares presentations, creates charts, tables and graphs for use in the statistical/ research project studies and formats reports to standards fit for publication and dissemination to broad audiences
- Present results of work to the project director and assists in the preparation of study documentation, progress reports to clients, presentations, and data files
- Documents the procedures and methods used and takes precautionary steps to protect the integrity of the data and their accurate representation throughout the project.
- Conducts work in compliance with policies and procedures to protect sensitive information including Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
- Follows the agreed research plan thoroughly, accurately and thoughtfully to ensure quality research outcomes and findings. Importantly, high stakes recommendations and decisions are made based on the results of or research projects.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in social science or related field of study (Psychology, marketing/market, Sociology, Political Science, Public Health, Economics, etc.)
- Experience in designing and conducting research, analyzing and interpreting data and writing research finding reports from usability testing, focus groups or on-on-one interviews.
- Experience with research, data analysis, and writing for a range of audiences.
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Demonstrated excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills.
- Excellent attention to detail as well as organizational and prioritization skills.
- Ability to work well in a team environments and shift priorities when needed.
- Strong time management skills, work ethic and customer service orientation.
- Ability to utilize analytical tools for quantitative data (SPSS, STATA or similar analytical software) or qualitative data (NVIVO, Morae or similar tools). Ability to run descriptive and multivariate statistics; interpret statistical output and draw conclusions in line with statistical assumptions.
- Proficient in MS office applications including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
- Ability to obtain and maintain government clearance.
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