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SENIOR EDUCATION MANAGER , Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL)-Education Group , to oversee the academic integrity and successful implementation of the MicroMasters and master's programs and launch the domestic track of the programs. The education group reflects JPAL's efforts to make high quality education in development economics, data analysis, and program evaluation accessible to students and practitioners around the world. The group is responsible for the management and development of the online MIT MicroMasters in Data, Economics, and Development Policy (DEDP) and the Department of Economics' on-campus Master's in Data, Economics, and Development Policy . The team works under the overall guidance and supervision of faculty director, Sara Ellison . Will work directly with Professor Ellison to design and executive initiatives for the DEDP programs; collaborate on developing a new domestic track of the DEDP MicroMasters and master's programs which will focus on U.S. public policy; and cultivate and strengthen relationships with universities and organizations worldwide to further the reach and impact of the DEDP program.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : at least seven years of relevant experience; a master's degree or higher in economics, political science, statistics, public policy, or other related field; training in and a strong technical understanding of econometrics and randomized impact evaluations? knowledge of STATA or R; detail-orientation; excellent written and verbal communication skills; and ability to juggle multiple projects simultaneously, supervise staff and manage projects independently. Job #19761
Internal Number: 19761
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