The Center for Poverty and Social Policy (CPSP) is seeking a talented part-time communications assistant. The CPSP communications assistant will assist in the Center’s external communications to stakeholders including poverty researchers, academics, policy-makers, advocates, funders, and press. Academic and/or professional interest in social policy and poverty preferred. Design skills are a plus.
Seeking a full-time Research Staff Assistant (RSA) to manage a new Mandarin sample within the Robin Hood-funded Poverty Tracker survey. The RSA will manage the Mandarin sample using Stata, Qualtrics, and WinCati and conduct telephone surveys in Mandarin and English among other responsibilities. The Poverty Tracker is a panel study of New York City adults that focuses on economic well-being and hardship. Learn more about the position and apply directly at careers at Columbia.