Salary Range: $60,000 - $70,000
The Surveys Coordinator (Staff Associate II) will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day tasks of the Communities Speak surveys team. This includes assigning and monitoring the work of all staff and student members of the surveys team, tracking team progress and goals towards overall project objectives, milestones and deadlines, delegating workload amongst team members and ensuring each member has what is required to successfully complete deliverables on appropriate deadlines. The Staff Associate II will also be responsible for meeting with project leadership weekly to report on team progress and assist in development and delivery strategies. The Staff Associate II will also be called upon to lead specific aspects of training for cohort city staff as it relates to the content and use of survey tools.
The Staff Associate II will guide and facilitate the bi-annual review and revision of the CS baseline survey, the creation and revision of topics, policy, issue, subpopulation and geographic-specific survey modules. The Staff Associate II will also be the point person in working with cohort city staff on their revisions and adaptations of city-specific baseline survey and custom modules. The Staff Associate II will be responsible for liaising and collaborating with other coordinators on the project on CS framework execution and refinement both for New York City and all cohort cities.
Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in social or quantitative sciences (Master’s degree in political science, Data, Quantitative Analysis, Statistics, public policy, public administration, or social science is preferred) and minimum of 4 years of related experience.
For the full job description and to submit an application please visit: https://apply.interfolio.com/126447
Screening of the candidates will begin immediately and the search will remain open no less than 30 days from the date of posting and continue until filled.
Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Applications from women and individuals from historically underrepresented groups are encouraged.