The Office of Population Research is seeking a research associate for a project using intensive longitudinal data to study the formation and evolution of adolescent romantic and sexual partnerships. This position is anticipated to begin in the summer or fall of 2019. The appointment is for one year, renewable for a second year contingent on excellent performance and continued funding. Screening of applicants will begin in May.
Candidates are required to have an advanced degree in demography, public health, psychology, sociology, or other social science field. In addition to strong statistical skills, preferably including multi-level modeling, and programming proficiency in Stata and/or R, hands-on experience analyzing complex longitudinal social survey data (e.g., Fragile Families, PSID, NLSY) is essential. Familiarity with intensive longitudinal methods (e.g., diary, EMA, ESM) is highly desirable. Excellent professional writing is also required.
This position is at the Office of Population Research, Princeton University. Candidates can apply at https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/11381 and need to submit a current CV, contact information for two references and a cover letter. This position is subject to the University's background check policy.
Internal Number: 109148899
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