The Williams Institute seeks a data analyst to assist scholars in conducting public policy, social science, and public health research related to the mission of the Institute. Primary responsibilities include quantitative data analysis and write-up of methods and results, preparing written products (e.g., literature reviews, reports, manuscripts, grant proposals, fact sheets, graphics, presentations), and coordinating project timelines, research materials, and data. The analyst will assist in the development of research protocols, study materials, human subjects applications, and will coordinate meetings, seminars, educational events, and other meetings. The data analyst will be supervised by doctorate-level Institute scholars and will follow protocols established by the Research Director.
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Policy Responsive Analyst
The Williams Institute seeks a policy responsive analyst to assist senior scholars at the Institute with policy-responsive research related to sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy. Working with the Research Director and Legal Director, the analyst’s primary responsibilities include quantitative data analysis and write-up of methods and results, drafting written products (e.g., literature reviews, reports, manuscripts, fact sheets, graphics, presentations, etc.), tracking policy developments related to LGBTQ people and LGBTQ rights, and other duties as assigned. Participation in Institute meetings, seminars, educational events, and other meetings is required. The analyst will report to the Research Director as their primary supervisor and the Legal Director as their secondary supervisor.
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Research and Data Analyst
The Williams Institute seeks a research and data analyst to advance both the HIV criminalization project and the Institute’s international programs, with time and responsibilities equally divided between the two. For the HIV criminalization project, the research and data analyst will partner with Williams Institute scholars in conducting public policy and social science research related to the criminalization of HIV, hepatitis, and other diseases. For the international programs, the analyst will assist in research related to international LGBTQ human rights and development. Primary responsibilities include data cleaning, quantitative data analysis, write-up of methods and results, and drafting written products (literature reviews, reports, manuscripts, grant proposals, fact sheets, graphics, presentations, etc.). The analyst will manage project timelines and development (including trainings) and develop research protocols, study materials, and IRB applications alongside the Director. This is a grant-funded position that is renewable in one-year terms but will not exceed four years.
The Williams Institute is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, or veteran status.