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Statistics, Data, and Survey Research Consultant Application

Employment Application

CITL Graduate Position: Statistics, Data, and Survey Research Consultant

Applications are now being accepted for a 50% position for the ACY 2021-22.  

Each year graduate students from a variety of colleges come to our group for training and employment.

The minimum requirements for this position include:
(1) Being in at least your second year of graduate study in a PHD program (may include previous work experience in a similar field, and study at other institutions)
(2) Having completed a two-semester sequence of graduate-level statistics courses
(3) Working knowledge of at least one statistics (SPSS, SAS, Stata, R, etc.) computer program
(4) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
(5) Ability to work in a team environment
(6) Teaching experience
(7) Having successfully passed the English Proficiency Interview (EPI) or SPEAK test, if applicable

Time commitment:
(1) 15 hours per week scheduled
(2) One-hour weekly consultant meetings
(3) Four hours weekly for research, training, and preparation for clients
(4) Teaching three to five two-hour workshops per semester

Job Duties:
Statistics, data, and survey consultants' main priority is to support quantitative instruction and research. CITL consultants are available to students, faculty, and staff for drop-in consulting during the week. In addition to one-on-one consulting, consultants are also assigned to develop new workshops and work on survey research projects. Specific duties may include:

(1) Giving hands-on demonstrations of software to students and faculty
(2) Writing documentation to accompany software demonstrations
(3) Assisting clients with the creation and implementation of surveys
(4) Managing and documenting client requests through a ticket system

CITL teaches eight to twelve workshops per semester covering a range of topics from introductions to specific computer programs to more advanced topics. Consultants are responsible for maintaining the documentation, teaching, and administering these workshops in the early evenings.