Research Analyst

Audience Viewpoints Consulting, a DC-based informal learning evaluation and research firm is seeking a full-time Research Analyst to add to our team.  Our work focuses on the fields of informal learning and cultural heritage. We work with a wide variety of institutions including art museums, natural history museums, historical societies, large science centers, small nature centers, universities, amateur clubs, organizations, web-based citizen science groups, online game developers, and more.

We are seeking individuals with a graduate degree in a relevant discipline such as evaluation, education, psychology, sociology, museum studies, museum education, leisure studies, museum studies, anthropology, measurement and statistics. Successful candidates will have excellent written and oral communication skills; have fluency with SPSS statistics software, have experience in working collaboratively on project teams; be able to simultaneously work on a variety of projects; have some experience in evaluation and assessment or related research efforts. Candidates who are bilingual, have strong statistical background or experience, or are proficient in graphic design or data visualization will be given special consideration.

Qualified individuals should electronically submit a detailed letter of intent, Curriculum Vitae (CV) or Resume, 3 references, and 2 writing samples to and Responses sent by June 20th will receive first priority.

AVC Research Analyst Job Description 6.09.15

This entry was posted by Kate Haley Goldman. Bookmark the permalink.

About Kate Haley Goldman

Kate Haley Goldman is co-owner of Audience Viewpoints Consulting. Prior to this, she spent ten years as a Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Learning Innovation(ILI). Her work concentrates on furthering theory and practice of the use of technology in museums and related informal learning environments. She has directed projects both in the US and abroad, involving exhibits and program evaluation, mobile phones and smartphone apps, websites, gaming, augmented and mixed reality, novel data visualization systems, and online learning. Recent projects she has directed include: Making Space Social, a Space Science Institute Facebook game on origins Space Science, audience research for the Encyclopedia of Life, summative evaluation of the NSF-funded computer game WolfQuest, program-level nation-wide evaluation of NOAA's Science on a Sphere, and the NSF mixed and augmented reality exhibition projects Virtual Human (Boston Museum of Science and University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies), ARIEL (Franklin Institute) and Water�s Journey (University of Central Florida Mixed Reality Lab and Museum of Discovery and Science). Currently, she is Co-PI of the NSF-funded open source project Open Exhibits. (