The University of Michigan is seeking a Data Analyst to become an active member of the Education Policy Initiative. The Education Policy Initiative brings together nationally-recognized scholars focused on the generation and dissemination of policy-relevant education research. We work in partnership with schools, districts, and state agencies to conduct cutting-edge research that inform both policy and practice. Large-scale administrative datasets from multiple government agencies, nonprofits and other sources are the basis of all of our analysis and research.
This position will be located at the Ford School of Public Policy. The Data Analyst will analyze administrative education data obtained with the goal of evaluating critical and relevant education policies cogent to early childhood topics. The Data Analyst will also help manage grants and projects, as well as contribute to strategic planning for a research agenda within the context of a research-practice partnership. We seek applicants who are excited to work in an innovative and fast-paced environment.
Please note: we have posted this position at the intermediate level, however we will consider more senior candidates, so we encourage all interested applicants to apply.
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