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Faculty Openings

There are no faculty openings at this time.  
 

Staff Openings

Career Service Specialist, Senior (Duke & Sanford Title)

Requisition#: 401518740

This position will provide career advising and professional development events for students in both the Master of International Development Policy (MIDP) and the Master of Public Policy (MPP) programs at the Sanford School. The staff member will work in a team with the Career Services and MIDP Staff to provide effective career support to Sanford students. S/he will collaborate with the MIDP staff and faculty to serve the MIDP students.

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Research Aide, Senior -  2 positions available & the details of both positions are listed below: 

Requisition #: 401523566 & 401523579

Hours:   15-25 hours/week (part-time)

Participate in a variety of duties data collection duties for a research study in elementary schools with ESL and classroom teachers. Responsibilities include managing student assessments and conducting classroom observations. Must be able to work school hours which are typically 7:30 to 3:00 PM. Must have own transportation (reimbursement for mileage). Initial appointment through June 2019 with the possibility of renewal the following September. No work during the summer. The Center for Child and Family Policy recently received funding from the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) for an efficacy trial of a teacher professional development (PD) program in elementary schools in North Carolina. This comprehensive teacher PD program provides English as a second language (ESL) and classroom teachers with a framework for collaboration, skills for implementing high-impact instructional strategies, and approaches for incorporating families’ cultural wealth into the classroom. The PD program is based on research supporting teacher PD and includes the DCCS Institute, follow-up application modules, ongoing implementation coaching, and weekly collaboration sessions between the ESL and classroom teachers. Please see this short video about the project on YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/ELstudyDuke.

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Research Analyst (Duke and Sanford Title)

Requisition#: 401539708

The Center for Child and Family Policy in collaboration with the Children’s Health and Discovery Initiative has funding to conduct several studies related to child abuse and neglect.  These projects involve working closely with Durham Social Services and Duke Pediatric clinics. Each of these projects require support for multiple research tasks including data management, reporting, qualitative, and quantitative analysis.  This position will also help support quantitative data preparation of large administrative datasets under the supervision of a Research Analyst II for multiple projects housed in the Center for Child and Family Policy.

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Program Coordinator -  position details are listed below: 

Requisition #: 401545465

The Program Coordinator serves as a staff member of the Center for Political Leadership, Innovation, and Service (POLIS), providing leadership and collaboration with respect to programs, communication, and other responsibilities as needed.  S/he plays an instrumental role in helping to grow POLIS, helping to develop and enhance core programs and helping to ensure Duke becomes home to one of the leading political centers in the nation.  Seeking a self-starter, team player, and dynamic operator committed to excellence, and with a passion for improving our nation’s politics one person at a time.

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Interested applicants for any position should apply via the Duke HR website.

Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual's age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.