CAREERS: RESEARCH ANALYST

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Human Capital Research Corporation (HCRC), an Chicago-based research consultancy specializing in higher education enrollment, finance, and market development is seeking individuals with outstanding quantitative and creative talents to join our group of analytic consultants.


Professional staff at HCRC work in a team setting in close collaboration with institutional clients on a wide variety of applied research and policy -related projects. As a Research Analyst, you will be responsible for executing significant analytic projects under the supervision of senior staff.


In this role, you would have the following responsibilities:

  • Developing and conditioning large-scale datasets

  • Performing descriptive analyses

  • Creating graphic displays of data for clients

  • Automating report creation using Excel, VBA, SPSS, and Python

  • Working in a dynamic and deadline-driven environment

  • Presenting findings to internal staff and higher education stakeholders


The ideal candidate will have:

 

  • Strong quantitative and analytic skills

  • Experience working with data and producing accurate and thorough reports

  • Experience with statistical software (SPSS, SAS, STATA, R) in a professional or graduate-level setting

  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite including strong Excel skills

  • An open and inquisitive mind as well as strong personal initiative and motivation

  • Experience in Tableau is a plus, as is any experience working in higher education

 

Application


US citizens and those authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor H1b candidates at this time. Interested parties should forward a resume to HRresume@humancapital.com.


About Human Capital Research


Established in 1991, HCRC is among the nation’s preeminent education research consultancies. Using a wide array of econometric and statistical research methods and rubrics, HCRC provides colleges and universities with a wide range of strategic information services concerning all aspects of the college enrollment process and student experience from first contact on through to graduation and beyond.