Research Associate, New Story (San Fran, CA)

Closes: May 8, 2018  Apply https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdttvBT1HCPmppna7-LTQEuOhadn3iUIYdGF9_qxNY08I-uIA/viewform
WebsiteNew Story Charity

New Story is looking for a detail oriented Research Associate to help gather data for special projects. As a dynamic researcher you’ll work across departments on research projects ranging from a quantitative dive into the global housing market to a qualitative inquiry into organizations building housing for the world’s poor to an ongoing focus on advancements in home design and materials. You’ll work closely with multiple members of our team on a variety of interesting research topics. You’ll be helping us impact more families and homes that we could ever do alone and deepen our understanding of how best to tackle global homelessness. This is tedious detail-oriented work but will yield a substantial impact.

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What are we looking for?

The basics:
Experience with qualitative and quantitative research, data collection and analysis.
Excellent written communication skills.
Fluency (or proficiency) in English and Spanish. You’re comfortable (and kind of love) digging through Argentina’s 2017 Budget and researching on https://www.google.com.mx in Spanish.
Excellent attention to detail and organization. This is meticulous and detailed oriented work.
Fluency in google sheets and excel.
Ability to work, manage time and tasks independently and responsibly.
A desire to learn, be proactive and able to use initiative to manage deadlines and goals.
Has a bachelors or above in Economics, Statistics, Anthropology, International Relations, or related field


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