Overview of RAND
The RAND Corporation is a nonprofit research organization providing objective analysis and effective solutions that address the challenges facing the public and private sectors around the world. RAND has eight offices on three continents and RAND research teams work with government, corporate, and foundation clients domestically and internationally to advance informed decision making across a broad spectrum of policy areas.
Under limited supervision, provides an advanced level of research support including execution of key project tasks (e.g., data collection, tool design, or analytic tasks) within an area of substantive training or experience required by the research project; applies a broad range of quantitative and/or qualitative research tools, methods, and skills in order to support complex research activities and/or research administration needs and demonstrates some depth of knowledge in one or more substantive (e.g, child welfare) or technical (e.g., modeling) areas.
Working knowledge of data analysis packages such as SAS, MatLab, Stata, GAMS is required.
Bachelor of Science with 5 to 7 years of experience in related field, or Master of Science. Preferred degrees are in quantitative fields such as industrial engineering, econometrics, bioinformatics, operations management, applied statistics, and management science.
U.S. Citizenship is preferred in order to obtain a security clearance.
Santa Monica, Pittsburgh, or Washington, DC