[Mler_] Post-Doctoral Job

Amy Marchitto marchitto at smlr.rutgers.edu
Mon Aug 11 18:21:37 EDT 2008


Post-Doctoral Opportunity-IMMEDIATE OPENING

Post-doctoral position for the Center for Women and Work, School of
Management

and Labor Relations, Rutgers University

(1 year position, with possibility of reappointment for a second year)

The Center for Women and Work at Rutgers University is seeking a
postdoctoral fellow

to conduct research on prison re-entry programs in New Jersey and the United
States.

The fellowship includes (among other duties) participation on a research
team with

graduate students, university researchers, and parole and corrections staff;
the collection

of data; the development of surveys and questionnaires, conducting

surveys/questionnaires, and analyzing results (including quantitative and
qualitative

data); fieldwork studies and site visits, evaluate best practices, and write
policy and

academic reports.

Candidates should possess a Doctoral Degree (advanced ABDs will be
considered) in

sociology, economics, public policy, political science, education, or other
relevant area.

The ideal candidate should have strong writing skills, research and
analytical skills,

experience conducting research, as well as public speaking and presentation
skills.

Candidates must demonstrate experience applying basic research principles,
conducting

interviews and/or focus groups, analyzing qualitative and quantitative data,
writing

research and/or policy reports and using Microsoft Access, Excel, Word and
Powerpoint.

Statistical skills are preferred, along with a knowledge and familiarity
with SPSS or SAS

(or other statistical package).

Candidate will be housed at the Center for Women and Work, Rutgers
University in New

Brunswick, NJ and the NJ State Parole Office in Trenton, NJ.

Salary is $40,000 (plus benefits). The position will begin immediately.
Please send

resume and cover letter to: Dr. Deborah Ward, Fax: 732-932-1254 or email to:

deward at rci.rutgers.edu. Rutgers University is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action

employer, and position is contingent upon grant funding.

 

Amalia (Amy) Marchitto   

Student Advisor

Labor Studies & Employment Relations

50 Labor Center Way

New Brunswick, NJ  08901

732-932-8559-W

732-932-8677-F

marchitto at smlr.rutgers.edu

http://www.smlr.rutgers.edu

 

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