Survey Data Analyst

When the story of the 2020 election is told, there will be a section about how American democracy was preserved with the help of insight and data; chapters will be devoted to polling innovations that helped thousands of candidates -- from the Democratic nominee for President, to municipal candidates and everyone in between -- use modern data science techniques to win.

 

You want to be at the center of that. You are building a career that bridges technology and politics, combining the best of both worlds to strengthen Democratic political infrastructure. You work on doing things better, and you thrive in an environment that prizes a commitment to impact and accuracy in a fast-paced campaign-like environment.

 

Change Research encourages and expects campaign season fellows to lead projects, manage major tasks, and contribute substantially and meaningfully every day.

 

We value a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn from each other.  We invite people with different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to join our team. 

 

About You: 

​As a Change Research Survey Data Analyst, you will be a Change pollster. Change Research employs a fast-paced, scientific approach to polling, and you will have the opportunity to ask questions in many different ways. This is an ideal position for someone who loves doing social science research, is well versed in technology, and wants to get their hands dirty in pursuit of a good cause.

 

As our Survey Data Analyst Fellow, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Conduct research on behalf of clients who are forward-thinking candidates and causes 

  • Collect data on political districts, candidates, and issues 

  • Use research to develop survey questionnaires, working closely with colleagues and clients 

  • Analyze the results of polls, and prepare presentations and reports for clients guiding them on what the data shows

  • Consult with clients about how the data answers their questions

  • Present findings to clients, both in writing and over Zoom

  • Work with our data science and engineering teams to create best practices

You are: 

  • Experienced in politics or social science and well versed in the language of data

  • Rigorous in your attention to data details and analytical skills

  • Proficient with Python and/or R and/or Excel and/or SQL

  • Able to explain data and numbers in simple language

  • Able to quickly understand technology-based problems with your innate savvy 

  • Enthusiastic and professional 

  • Startup-minded: you plug holes, get things done, and think of ways to improve systems

  • Calm and collected in the face of deadlines

  • Excited to be part of a team committed to making a difference in our country’s political climate

 

About Us:​

 

In 2017, Change Research figured out a new way to quickly, affordably, and accurately measure public opinion online. We use this technology to guide forward-thinking candidates and causes and create winning strategies with them. 

 

Change Research is innovating to solve critically important problems at the intersection of data, social science, and politics. And in doing this, we hope to make our democracy better.

 

Compensation and work environment:  

We are an equal opportunity employer with a team around the country. We offer a workplace that is both casual and professional, and a culture that is committed to learning, fun, and excellence. Our fellowship is an election-season position. It is full-time, begins right away, and ends Nov. 30, 2020

 

Status: Full-time through November 2020.

Location: Remote. 

Salary: $6000-$8,000/month, plus health, dental, and vision insurance; company holidays

 

How to apply:  

 

Please send a cover letter, LinkedIn profile, and resume to jobs@changeresearch.com

Email subject line: "[Your Name] / Survey Data Analyst Fellow." Let us know where you heard about us.

 

We encourage all qualified applicants, including women, people of color, gays and lesbians, transgender people, veterans, and people with disabilities.

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