Jobs

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The Education Policy Innovation Collaborative (EPIC) at Michigan State University (MSU) is seeking up to two research associates (postdoctoral researchers) to join EPIC to work on an externally-funded study of competency-based education (CBE) implementation in seven Michigan school districts.

The two research associates (postdoctoral researchers) will work closely together and with a large research team (including Drs. Katharine Strunk and Josh Cowen, EPIC staff researchers and doctoral students), to study the implementation, evolution and efficacy of a CBE pilot taking place in Michigan. Ideally, one research associate will have expertise in implementation science and survey design and analysis. The other will have deep experience leading qualitative data collection and analysis (interviews, case studies and observations). Both should have a substantive interest in curriculum and instruction, personalized learning and/or alternative forms of instruction and assessment.

The Office of Legislative Policy and Research (LPRO) is seeking qualified individuals to provide nonpartisan committee administration, policy analysis, and research services to the Oregon Legislative Assembly in the following diverse policy areas:

  • Judiciary
  • Health and Human Services
  • Education

The purpose of this full-time, continuing position is to support the development of public policy and the legislative process.

The Office of Legislative Policy and Research (LPRO) is seeking qualified individuals to provide nonpartisan committee administration, policy analysis, and research services to the Oregon Legislative Assembly in the following diverse policy areas:

  • Judiciary
  • Health and Human Services
  • Education

The purpose of this full-time, continuing position is to support the development of public policy and the legislative process.

The Legislative Analyst 2 has formal education in a discipline pertaining to public policy and some research experience with one of the aforementioned public policy issues. Work is visible, and could be of interest to the state legislature, multiple stakeholder groups or constituencies, the public, and the Governor.

The Department of Public Administration and Policy (DPAP) in the School of Public Affairs at American University invites applications for a full-time, postdoctoral fellow beginning August 1, 2019 and ending July 31, 2020. Applicants should have a PhD or an anticipated PhD completion by August 2019 in the field of public administration, public policy, political science, economics, or a related field.

American University prides itself on having a diverse workforce and to that end encourages applications from underrepresented minorities interested in advancing their stellar careers in public administration and policy. Field of study is open but candidates conducting research in areas that build upon the strength of DPAP’s faculty are especially welcome including public administration, public management, research on the nonprofit sector, and the policy areas of education, health, and poverty. Postdoctoral Fellows will participate fully in the academic life of the department, including engaging with faculty and participation in DPAP’s research seminar series. Teaching responsibilities will include two courses per academic year in the school’s Master of Public Policy, Master of Public Administration, and minor in Public Administration and Policy.

The Research Assistant Professor of the Office for Education
Policy will have two primary responsibilities in the Department of Education Reform. The
first responsibility will be to assist the Office for Education Policy in their efforts to inform
and improve education in Arkansas by conducting and disseminating rigorous research
studies. The second responsibility will be to supervise and help to conduct field research
experiments in the Department of Education Reform.

The University of California-Santa Barbara’s Gevirtz Graduate School of Education's (GGSE) seeks to fill a tenured or tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in the area of Program Evaluation and Research Methods within its Department of Education. We are open with respect to whether the candidate’s specific disciplinary background is in Education or a related field (e.g., economics, leadership, public policy, psychology, and sociology).

The University of Florida invites applications for two tenure-track positions: (1) Assistant or Associate Professor positions in Educational Administration/Leadership; and (2) Higher Education Administration and Policy.

MDRC, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to improving the well-being of low-income people, is seeking a dynamic, skilled and committed professional to join its senior leadership team as Director of K-12 and Post-Secondary Education (“The Director”). The Board and leadership of MDRC seek to provide reliable, nonpartisan evidence and the highest-quality technical assistance and advice to its public and private partners.

The Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations (LPO) of Peabody College, Vanderbilt University, seeks a faculty member in the area of Data and Analytics. This appointment is for a non-tenure track position as Senior Lecturer. The position is for an initial 3-year contract with the possibility of renewal.

The Senior Lecturer should have a strong background in the area of data science and analytics. The role for this senior lecturer position is primarily instructional; therefore, evidence of success in teaching undergraduate, masters, and professional doctoral-level or MBA students is critical. Experience teaching on line is desirable. The position will be responsible for teaching in the online Ed.D. program, Leadership and Learning in Organizations, undergraduate Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness track of the Human and Organizational Development major, and the masters-level Leadership and Organizational Performance program.

The Program in Public Policy at the Pennsylvania State University seeks to hire multiple tenure track faculty members to teach in the new Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree program and develop the research profile of the new program. We seek outstanding candidates from all ranks and all areas of public policy, who conduct rigorous research on public policy and are able to teach MPP core courses in topics such as policy analysis and program evaluation, the economic foundations of public policy, data analytics, public organizations, or budgeting and finance. Early career professorships may be available for exceptional junior scholars, and endowed positions may be awarded to outstanding senior scholars.