[R-jobs] Research Associate position at Harvard Business School
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Thu Nov 17 17:26:28 CET 2011
HBS seeks a Research Associate to partner with a faculty member in the
Marketing Unit on research initiatives related to consumer and firm
choices in industries influenced by technology along with value created
through social media technologies. Projects involve statistical
programing and econometric modeling in R.
Projects involve research and analysis of large data sets. Projects may
also include background research and literature reviews that are in line
with the faculty’s research agenda, in capacities not limited to data
gathering and analysis.
Research Associates have the potential to work with Harvard Business
School faculty on a variety of research projects and may develop
intellectual property for HBS in many ways. Research products are most
often journal articles, working papers, and HBS cases. Duties include:
writing and editing; conducting on-site field research at local,
regional, and international companies; gathering/analyzing data;
performing sophisticated research utilizing world-class library;
developing supplemental electronic courseware/case exhibits.
Note: This is a half-time appointment starting ASAP through June 30,
2012 with potential for reappointment. Half-time positions may be
combined to create a full-time engagement.
Basic Qualifications: BA or BS Degree required. The ideal candidate will
have strong modeling skills in R in addition to a background in social
Additional Qualification: Degree in Statistics, Applied Statistics,
Economics, or Applied Econometrics preferred. Advanced degree preferred.
Proficiency in dealing with Network Data or Network Statistical Models.
Successful candidates should have hands-on skills in R. The candidate
should also pay attention to detail, be thorough, understand
deliverables and deadlines, and remain committed to the work in hand.
Additional Qualifications: Candidates should be in good standing with a
recruiting Manager - research Staff Services
Division of Research and Faculty Development
Harvard Business School
Baker Library | Bloomberg Center 80C | Boston, MA 02163
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