Social Science Research and Evaluation Professionals /Consultants
REESSI is an entrepreneurial entity with a social mission. Our mission is to facilitate the creation and assessment of strategies and interventions that increase wealth, health and life expectancy in under-resourced communities around the world. http://www.reessi.com/
Research, Evaluation and Social Solutions, Inc. (REESSI) is actively seeking the following social science research, methodology and statistics professionals /consultants for upcoming projects with government and nongovernment agencies.
Program and Policy Lead Consultant: Provide rapid review, abstraction, analysis, and reporting of current policy and program information and existing databases. Policy assessments are focused somewhat broadly and prospectively on emerging issues and changing policy directions. Program assessments focus more narrowly on current programs in an effort to understand outcomes, to define issues or to highlight problems and areas for improvement. These studies ma y be distinctly more management and impact/outcome oriented. The incumbent will utilize a variety of techniques to accomplish the full range of assignments, including qualitative and quantitative methods such as economic models, cost – benefit analysis, queuing approaches, linear programming, decision analysis, systems analysis, simulation models, focus groups, in – depth interviewing, and administrative document review. Required skill s include graduate level training and professional experience in experimental l and quasi – experimental social science research design, public policy and program analysis, qualitative and quantitative analysis methods, and report writing. Experience leading a team in the successful design and completion of federal policy and program analyses is required.
Program Evaluation Lead Consultant: Employ both qualitative and quantitative program evaluation techniques for rigorous engagements that measure the effectiveness and efficacy of federal programs. These duties include efforts to develop evaluation designs as well as to undertake actual evaluations. Required skills include graduate level training and professional experience in experimental and quasi – experimental social science research design (including questionnaire design and testing), all aspects of formative and summative program/project evaluation. Further, experience conducting program evaluation using qualitative techniques, including focus groups, administrative document review, and in – depth interviewing techniques is required. Experience leading a team in the successful design and completion of a federal program evaluation project is required.
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