Senior Researcher, Public Policy Evaluation Research
Fors Marsh Group
Arlington, VA
3d ago

Responsibilities include :

  • Provide client account management to understand needs, manage expectations, and build long term relationships (including business development activities).
  • Designing, executing, and interpreting lab, field, and archival research studies.

  • Preparing written research reports and articles summarizing research findings.
  • Conducting univariate and multivariate statistical analyses.
  • Using experimental or quasi-experimental methodologies (lab / field experiments, instrumental variables, Differences-in-
  • Differences regression, etc.) to analyze the impact of public policies.

  • Completing presentations, technical reports, and executive summaries.
  • Conducting quality control on the work of self and others in research team.
  • Close coordination with team members and clients in support of projects.
  • Work under tight deadlines to fulfill client requests.
  • Qualifications :

  • Masters degree in political science or a related social science plus a minimum of four years of academic or professional research experience required.
  • Demonstrated record of technical and business writing.
  • Strong verbal and written communications skills.
  • Ability to work effectively, independently, and as a team member.
  • High level of proficiency in at least one statistical analysis software package (STATA or SAS preferred) and MS Office applications
  • Applicants may be subject to a low-level government security investigation and must meet eligibility criteria for access to sensitive information.
  • Military / Veteran Experience Preferred
  • We Offer :

  • Significant growth opportunities.
  • A highly collegial and intellectually stimulating work environment.
  • A company culture promoting work / life balance.
  • Highly competitive benefit / compensation package.
  • FMG Is an Equal Opportunity Employer. M / F / Disability / Vet / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity

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