Posted: Feb 21, 2023

Quantitative Methodologist and Program Evaluator

UNC School of Education - Chapel Hill, NC
Application Deadline: N/A

The Quantitative Methodologist and Program Evaluator is initially a two-year appointment; this appointment could be extended pending the availability of funds.

We are seeking a professional Quantitative Methodologist and Program Evaluator with strong statistical training in areas relating to measure validation, multi-level modeling, and/or causal inference, and training and expertise with program evaluation, to support several ongoing and future projects at the School of Education. The successful candidate will collaborate with faculty members throughout the School of Education.

The successful candidate will: (a) Engage in research collaborations with school faculty and external partners to analyze data, bringing to bear high-level statistical skills to apply to complex research designs, including randomized control trials and other nested hierarchical designs; (b) design and implement educational program evaluation; and © support the development of proposals for external funding, and write papers on findings from new and existing projects.

The School of Education is an academic unit reporting to the Provost. The School is a major center of research, teaching, and public service within the State of North Carolina, the nation, and the world. The School offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate programs. The mission of the School of Education is to conduct research, and generate basic and applied knowledge about human development, educational technology and entrepreneurship, teaching and learning, school counseling, school psychology, administration, as well as educational policy and leadership; prepare leaders in the profession of education by conducting outstanding research, teaching, and service; and assist in the development of strong and effective public schools in North Carolina. In order to fulfill its mission, the School is organized into three academic divisions: (1) Culture, Curriculum, & Teacher Education (CCATE), (2) Learning, Development & Psychological Sciences (LDPS), and (3) Educational Policy, Organization, & Leadership (EPOL).