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Neighborhood Partnerships staff at our annual RE:Conference

Part-Time Research Assistant

Compensation
Part-time position—20 hours/week. $15-$18/per hour, depending on experience and skill set. Health, vision, and dental insurance; annual 401K contributions; transit pass or parking; paid vacation and paid sick leave; paid holidays. New hires participate in onboarding training in equity and inclusion, and all staff participate in ongoing professional and personal development related to equity and inclusion.

About this position
The Research Assistant helps the IDA Initiative document the successes and challenges of IDAs in promoting opportunity for Oregonians. The Research Assistant manages, cleans and analyzes data related to whom IDAs are reaching, how participants are impacted, and how policies and programs support positive change. The Research Assistant works with data from participant feedback surveys, our client management system, and other sources. Working closely with the Manager of Data Analysis and Evaluation, the Research Assistant brings creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills to their tasks.

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To Apply
Our review of candidates will begin on Monday, October 7. We will accept applications until the position is filled. Please send a resume and a cover letter to  jobs@neighborhoodpartnerships.org with the job title in the subject line. Please include responses to the following questions in your cover letter:

1. What contributes to your readiness for this position? How will this position support your
employment goals or aspirations?
2. What does equity mean to you? What is your experience with promoting equity and inclusion?
3. From where did you learn about this job posting?

Neighborhood Partnerships is a mission-driven organization committed to equity and inclusion. Neighborhood Partnerships is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from people of color, LGBTQ people, women and people with disabilities. We also encourage applications from former or current IDA participants.

Due to the nature of our work, we require a post-offer criminal background check.