Published on 7 December 2020
The Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research at York University is hiring a data analyst for a project-based, limited, part-time contract. The successful applicant will be a current graduate student or will hold a master’s degree. They will join the SSHRC-funded project, ‘The Role of Digital Technologies in Local Food Security During Covid-19 and Beyond: A Study of Smallholder Farmers in Odisha, India.’ The data analyst will perform quantitative data analysis on a large data set. This position will take place over the Winter 2021 semester. The expected start date is 1 February 2021.
- Quantitative data analysis skills (thorough knowledge of SPSS, Excel, or other quantitative analysis software).
- Ability to perform basic tasks such as data cleaning and coding and complex analyses including logistical regression analysis.
- Ability to work with a team and independently.
- Registered as a full-time graduate student at York University OR holds a master’s degree in a related field.
- Knowledge of issues related to small-scale agriculture, food security, and/or the food-health nexus.
- Previous experiencing working in, or with partners based in, India.
Interested applicants should submit their Application Package, including your current résumé (max 2 pages), cover letter (max 1 page), and contact details of 2 referees via this form https://dighr.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=53126. Your résumé should clearly reflect how you meet the posted qualifications. The deadline to apply is 5 February at 12pm EST, or until the position is filled. Only successful candidates will be contacted.
If you have any questions, please email us at: email@example.com with Attention: Dr. Rhonda Ferguson.
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