Do you like working with data? Are you passionate about ending poverty in America? Apply to become a Research Analyst for NASCSP and get an opportunity to work with data at a national scale and help tell the story for two federal programs with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Department of Energy (DOE).
The National Association for State Community Services Programs (NASCSP) is the sole national association charged with advocating and enhancing the leadership role of States in the administration of the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) and Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP). NASCSP’s mission is to increase capacity in States to achieve economic security and energy efficiency in low-income communities. NASCSP keeps its members, the federal government, and other interested parties
informed about issues related to CSBG and WAP through its publications and training.
The role of the Research Analyst will work closely with the Directors to conduct research on CSBG, Community Action, WAP and energy efficiency-related issues, as well as general poverty research to inform agency and network-wide work. Responsibilities include review and analysis of program evaluation data, development of infographics to visualize and communicate data, design and management of client surveys, interviews with service providers, and written reports. The Research Analyst also will be responsible for managing key grants in the Research department to ensure completion of deliverables related to data collection, review, and analysis. This position reports to the Research Director.
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