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We’re growing and have multiple open positions, from research assistants to thought leaders in equitable community development, health and behavioral health equity, youth leadership and engagement, powerful citizenry, and developing more effective organizations.
If this is you
You are motivated to use your knowledge and skills as part of a team that uses scientific knowledge and methods along with lived experience to change systems and communities so they are more equitable and promote collective wellbeing.
You’re a self-motivated learner who is never satisfied with what you know and what you can do to make a difference. You embrace the complexity of social change and believe it is your place to work with government agencies, foundations, non-profits, corporations, and grassroots community organizations to make that change.
You also realize that change and professional success comes from focus and commitment. Most of all, when you see a problem or injustice, you seek to address it using your knowledge and communication skills to help grassroots organizations, leaders, and practitioners.
Then you should meet us
Community Science continues its 25-year commitment to a singular focus on developing healthy, just, and equitable communities. Because of this long-term and deep commitment, we are recognized leaders in equity-promoting strategy development and improvement.
We work on large-scale community engagement systems that shift power to traditionally disenfranchised groups.
We’re internationally recognized for our evaluation of the kinds of initiatives that lead to increased impact on communities and systems. This recognition creates many new opportunities to work with leading national and local organizations.
Our work immediately impacts what’s going on nationwide to address racial and other inequities.
We’re a team of highly skilled professionals with diverse backgrounds who are committed to social change, equity, and justice.
We value teamwork, cooperation, innovation, problem-solving, and people passionate about this work.
What knowledge, skills, and experience do we need you to bring to Community Science?
Our positions have different requirements, which are reflected in each posting at the bottom of the page.
You should have the following qualifications:
Our commitment to our employee community includes:
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Analyst - Evaluation & Capacity Building
Washington, DC Area
Must be commutable to the Bethesda Office for Hybrid work
Do you love crunching data? Are you organized with high standards for your work and committed to both scientific rigor and progressive social change? Do you thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment?
We need an Analyst with experience in evaluations of community and systems change initiatives that foster healthy communities by advancing political, economic, social, and health equity and dismantling racism. Our work addresses social issues such as poverty, equitable community development, inadequate systems of care, homelessness, substance abuse, violence, and crime.
You will be part of a team of people widely recognized for their commitment and comprehensive work in providing research support, technical assistance, training, and grants management support in various substantive areas, including organizational and community capacity building, community organization, health promotion, violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, intergroup relations, cultural diversity, and immigrant integration.
- Master's or doctoral degree in psychology, urban planning, sociology, or other social science and a minimum of the equivalent of two years of full-time experience in the implementation of research, evaluation, or capacity building of community or systems change projects;
- Prior evaluation or research experience as well substantive knowledge in at least one area of community change e.g., community organizing, public health, community development, early childhood development, workforce development, or juvenile justice;
- Demonstrated proficiency in both qualitative and quantitative research skills, including data collection and management;
- Analysis skills, including the use of proficient in analysis tools e.g. STATA, R, Tableau, or ArcGIS and databases e.g. SQL, MS Access, or similar;
- Evaluation capacity building experience highly desirable;
- Ability to travel; and
- Strong communication written and verbal skills including publications in scientific or practitioner outlets.
Salary and Benefits:
Community Science offers a competitive total compensation package that, for this position, includes base pay with an annual target between $64,000 and $75,000 negotiable, based on qualifications, along with a comprehensive benefits program. Community Science's benefits include health, dental, prescription drug and vision plans; retirement plan with company match; paid vacation, sick leave and holidays; opportunities and an extensive professional development program that includes funding and other opportunities
Community Science is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to a culturally diverse staff to enhance our ability to work with different communities.
Visit our website http://www.communityscience.com for a more detailed description of our organization and where we are going.
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