Research and Policy Education Budget and Policy Analyst
The NYC Independent Budget Office, a nonpartisan city agency, is seeking an experienced and self-motivated policy analyst to work in our public education section. This position offers a unique opportunity to study and impact public policy. State education law directs the IBO to provide analyses and issue public reports on educational matters of the city and to enhance official and public understanding of such matters.
A successful candidate for this position will evidence a deep understanding of public policy analysis and an interest in urban public education policy. A successful candidate will also possess knowledge and experience applying rigorous research designs to large data bases of individual and school level data. Interest and proficiency in data visualization and the analysis of geospatial data would be considered a plus. The successful candidate must be able to collaborate with other team members on group projects and also be able to generate and pursue new and interesting lines of inquiry for our research agenda.
Candidates should be analytic, able to demonstrate skills in quantitative research and policy analysis, and ideally have experience identifying and probing issues of public education in New York City or other settings. Candidates should have experience using SAS to conduct quantitative analyses as well as solid grounding in statistics and research methodology. Commitment to impartial and independent research is essential. Ability to take initiative and meet deadlines is critical.
A graduate degree in Public Policy, Administration, or a related area of social science research, along with two to five years’ experience, is preferred; equivalent work experience may substitute.
Salary range $58,000-$72,000, depending upon experience.
Position may require two year city residency.
How to ApplySend resume and cover letter by March 16 to email@example.com or fax to 212-442-0350 No phone calls please.
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