For this week’s AnthroJobs, our very own American Anthropology Association has got a job opening. Then we stay in the Arlington, VA area to review some other jobs in this hotbed of non-profit and government sector research positions.
To begin, The American Anthropology Association (AAA) is seeking a Membership Services Coordinator to “provide phone and email support to members, assist with recruitment and retention activities, support member engagement programs, process membership invoices and payments, generate member-related reports, maintain data integrity, update web pages, and assist with job board management.” Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree, expertise in database management, and 1-3 years of professional experience, preferably working in a membership organization. To apply or to learn more about this position, you can visit the job opening’s page in the career section of the American Anthropology Association’s website or to submit a resume (2 pages max), cover letter, one writing sample, and salary requirements (and/or salary history), write to: email@example.com.
Then, Hanover Research, a global research and analytics firm that provides research services through an annual subscription model for clients in the corporate, education, and healthcare sectors, is seeking a Qualitative Research Associate. “Key job responsibilities include designing discussion guides, and scheduling and conducting interviews with industry experts via email and telephone. In addition, the Associate will work closely with senior researchers to define member needs and draft final deliverables that generate actionable insights.” Candidate qualifications must include a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, sociology, psychology, political science, or a related discipline, as well as 1-3 years of business or academic experience conducting research – applied market research experience is preferred. To submit your resume, visit the position’s page at hanoverresearchcareers.catsone.com.
Last, but not least, Social Impact, a global development management consulting firm based out of Arlington, VA is seeking a Qualitative Researcher specializing in the energy sector of West Africa to conduct a performance and an impact evaluation of the MCC Benin II Off-Grid Electricity Access Evaluation. “Ideally the researcher will be able to play a leadership role for qualitative data collection and analysis related to OCEF grant facility design and implementation, implementation of the regulatory framework for off-grid energy, and changes to the off-grid investment climate in Benin.” Minimum qualifications include a Master’s degree, fluency in French and English, five years of experience in related research, experience in the energy sector of West Africa or Sub Saharan Africa, and extensive experience interviewing government officials. Field work is expected to begin in Benin, West Africa at the end of January or the beginning of February, 2020. To apply or learn more, visit the position’s page in the career section of Social Impact’s website.