Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
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RESEARCH SPECIALIST, AGELAB, Center for Transportation & Logistics, to support devising and lead fielding and analyzing of on-line questionnaires related to driver perceptions around existing and new vehicle technologies, mobility preferences, and related factors. Will conduct semi-structured interviews investigating participants' experiences with vehicle technologies and other related factors; assist in developing and lead the deploying of coding schemes, data management, and validation of qualitative interview data; and analyze, present, and publish findings integrated with broader laboratory findings.
Job Requirements REQUIRED: a bachelor's degree in sociology, anthropology, history, psychology, or related field; experience developing interview scripts, conducting interviews or focus groups, and coding and analysis of qualitative data; experience developing questionnaire batteries or online surveys; meticulous attention to detail; exceptional communication and organization skills; experience using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook); and a valid, current, United States driver's license. Seek a team player who is able to handle multiple priorities from multiple sources and perform accurately under the pressures of time and frequent interruptions. Job #15770
Internal Number: 15770
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