Apply for the Vacancy for Research Program Coordinator at the University of Notre Dame. The category of the position is Laboratory and Research.
Implement evaluation projects:
- Support the design and implementation of impact evaluations and other research projects for the Pulte Institute. This will likely include a significant proportion of time providing support to a global Private Sector Engagement project, the development of an online development data curriculum, and a number of externally-funded evaluation projects;
- Likewise, support all phases of program evaluation and research studies, including study design, sampling, quantitative and qualitative data collection, data cleaning, data analysis, and reporting.
Business and resource development:
- Conduct background research on programs and/or policy areas related to Pulte Institute proposal development efforts;
- Also, participate in the grant writing process as directed;
- Review and edit draft proposals as necessary.
Work as part of the Pulte Institute evidence and learning team: Provide input to formulating division strategies and goals, long-term planning, and in developing evidence and learning strategic initiatives.
- Share results of evaluation initiatives, both inside and external to the Pulte Institute via presentations and other communications;
- Similarly, support the preparation and presentation of Pulte Institute evaluation/research findings to appropriate external audiences.
This is a 3-year limited-term position.
Masters degree with previous experience required:
- Data cleaning and analysis skills.
- Also, training and experience designing and implementing survey evaluations
- Likewise, proposal development experience in the area of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and practical field experience across a broad range of programmatic areas and contexts
- Also, excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to interact professionally and build capacity among colleagues from culturally diverse backgrounds and in different project settings.
- Additionally, the ability to travel internationally.
- Experience working on USAID grants.
- Furthermore, foreign language speaking ability.
The University of Notre Dame seeks to attract, develop, and retain the highest quality faculty, staff, and administration. Additionally, the University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace. It strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates and those candidates attracted to a university with a Catholic identity.
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