Senior Workforce Analyst, Center for Workforce Studies
Requisition Number 1440
Center for Workforce Studies
- Master’s degree required in (but is not limited to): economics, sociology, political science, psychology, epidemiology, public health and law.
- Doctoral level training is desired.
- Four years of extensive experience/training with labor market analysis and forecasting, designing surveys, statistics and research methods and strong, demonstrated writing skills.
- Advanced training in a field that emphasizes the analysis of labor market demand and supply, econometric forecasting, the design and analysis of surveys, large population sampling, parametric and nonparametric multivariate data analysis, and experimental and nonexperimental research methods.
- Experience in creating web-based surveys and presenting data in professional settings.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Outlook and MS Access.
Substitutes for Educational Requirement
- The incumbent is expected to demonstrate competency and experience commensurate with advanced (post-undergraduate) training in a specialized field of scientific knowledge relevant to the described job duties.
- Those with formal educational credentials below the master’s level will be required to demonstrate such competency, which may be satisfied through authored publications, a record of public presentations or other work products.
- Conduct analyses of labor market demand and supply in psychology and related fields, including forecasts of future labor market supply and demand. Conduct survey research, including the design, methodology, instrument development, sampling, deployment, data preparation and data analysis in support of labor market research activities.
- Write information briefs, reports, newsletter articles, peer-reviewed articles and book chapters that disseminate the results of research projects to the public, students, APA members, other professionals and the federal government.
- Represent the Center for Workforce Studies with groups internal and external to the APA. Present APA survey and data information at regional and national conferences, often in collaboration with other Central Office staff and/or Governance boards/committees.
- Other duties, as assigned by the director, Psychology Workforce Studies or the executive director for Science.
Qualified candidates should send resumes indicating requisition number, cover letter and salary requirements to: American Psychological Association, Human Resources, 750 First St., NE, Washington, D.C. 20002-4242, or email to Human Resources, or fax to (202) 336-5501.
The American Psychological Association is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/V/DV.